kambles

You know who needs it’s own pride week?

All the the sexualities that “don’t exist”

Pansexual,Bisexual,Asexual,Demisexual,…

Because,yea, getting bullied is fucking terrible,but getting told you don’t exist or, you’re just experimenting is bad too.

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Priya Kambli: Color Falls Down

“Photography has been a way of bridging the gap between…two cultures while coming to terms with my dual nature.” —Priya Kambli

Priya was born and raised in India and moved to the United States at the age of 18, carrying her entire life in one suitcase weighing about 20 lbs.

My photographs visually express the notion of transience and split cultural identity caused by the act of migration. I have been viewing this issue through the lens of my own personal history and cultural journey from India to the United States. This journey left me feeling disconnected- unable to anchor myself in any particular cultural framework. I have therefore formed a hybrid identity, a patching together of two cultures within one person.In my work I explore absence, loss and genealogy through the use of my own family snapshots. These personal artifacts are recontextualized alongside fragmented images and staged imagery to reveal the correlations between generations, cultures and memory.

read full interview with her work via lenscratch

kambles asked:

im part of the hannibal fandom so good luck with that, but you get a pat on the back for trying. i am awaiting my whipping, remember to be thorough

Aw, look. Anon is kinky. 

Funny thing about whipping, kambles, you have to be gagged, blind, and tied. Which is all you’re good for, to be honest. I’d like to rip off a few layers of your skin myself.

And seeing as you actually are so invested in being a racist little shit that you wanted to get off anon, I suggest you get off another way. Because sweetheart, you’re out of luck and way out of your depth. I get the last word on this mountain, bitch. 

Because I don’t care much for freaks like you.

So, It looks like shit but yea.. also if you can’t tell who’s who:

punkelmans (Upper left as lag fairy)

sapphicfox (obviously the fox-ish one)

trinn8 and iamsunflaash (In a towel cause yea, also Trinn has a rose for Mogar)

Me on the ground cause, i’m cool

skylordsimon (with her shiny ring)

kelseywritesthings (In the tower watching all the kids play like idiots)

and finally ladymogar (Queen of the castle.)

I like it, but idk, If i missed anyone i’ll be glad to add them in and if you want a change just ask :)

Nothing to add…

Friends of NASA:

Reaching for The Stars: A Photographic Tribute to Leonard Nimoy” 
"This image is dedicated to "Spock - Leonard Nimoy".
"May He Live Long and Prosper…"
Astrophotographer Amit Kamble: “Probably had one of the best nights for the year. Pakiri is such an amazing place. Beautifully lit by the Moon, we had some amazing foreground objects. Pakiri is surprising too. We were shooting and in no time Jonathan got stranded and cut off from mainland as the water gushed in. Luckily it wasn’t too deep, but he had to get his feet wet.”
 
"I always wanted to take a silhouette selfie, so I found this dune and stood over it, reaching for the stars. It’s amazing how small I look just standing few meters away from the camera. The stars in the background are light years away and yet are big and bright. Makes us think how insignificant we are."
 
"The image has The Milky Way rising in the background with Scorpio in the center. Another object you might find interesting is the bright unusual star left of Antares. It’s actually not a star, but a planet, ‘Saturn’. If you have a decent scope, you can head out early in the morning to have a look at this beautiful planet."
 
"When I came back this morning, I read the sad news of "Leonard Nimoy" passing away—yes, the one who played the role of "SPOCK" in everyone’s favorite "Star Trek" series. It was probably his time and as he said:"
'May I say that I have not thoroughly enjoyed serving with Humans?
I find their illogic and foolish emotions a constant irritant.’ —Spock
 
"He probably has returned to the planet ‘Vulcan’…probably setting down in the night sky as it is a planet near the star 40 Eridani, which is below Rigel in the constellation Eridanus."

Credit: Amit Kamble
Location: Pakiri, Auckland, New Zealand
Release Date: February 28, 2015

#NASA #Space #Astronomy #StarTrek #LeonardNimoy #Spock
#Actor #TV #Film #ScienceFiction #Astrophotography #Art #History #Science #Culture #Humanity #Remembrance #USA #UnitedStates #Pakiri   #NewZealand #Stars   #MilkyWay #Scorpio #Antares #Saturn #Planet

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Looking back: Top 5 India-Pakistan ODIs through the ages

Looking back: Top 5 India-Pakistan ODIs through the ages

India-Pakistan rivalry has been considered among the greatest and most intense all-time sporting rivalries of all time.  When the two neighbours clash in a cricket match, it makes for an even more exciting watch.

The number of television viewers swells up every time India takes on its neighbour. As per media reports this year’s marquee cricket World Cup match between the two arch-rivals at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide on Sunday, February 15 will be the most watched in the history of the game as it is expected to draw more than a billion viewers.

The 2011 World Cup semifinal between the two teams attracted around 150 million television viewers, the largest television event of the year.

The Group B clash will cross the mark of 988 million who watched the two cricketing powerhouses take on each other in their 2011 World Cup semi-final at Mohali on March 30.

Both teams feel immense pressure to win and the losing team is generally met with extreme reactions. Extreme reactions by fans have led to degrees of violence and public disturbances.

Pakistan have failed to win a single World Cup fixture against India, who have won all the five games since they first clashed in 1992 when Australia and New Zealand co-hosted the tournament.

Barring the World Cup encounters, in ODIs Pakistan have won 70 whereas India have won 52 of the 126 matches played totally between the rivals.

In the 2015 edition of the ICC World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, India and Pakistan will be led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Misbah-ul-Haq respectively.

We bring to you 5 greatest India-Pakistan ODIs:

Looking back: Top 5 India-Pakistan ODIs through the ages

1. April 18, 1986 Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium 

In the Austral-Asia Cup Final, Pakistan beat India by 1 wicket. After Pakistan elected to field and let India bat. An opening stand of 117 runs between Kris Srikkanth (75) and Sunil Gavaskar (92) propelled India to a strong start. Soon afterwards both the openers were dismissed by Wasim Akram and Imran Khan respectively. Akram ran through the batting line-up to dismiss Kirti Azad and Dilip Vengsarkar and Khan struck again to remove Kapil Dev.

India who at one stage were 117/1 had been brought to their knees with 242/5 after Chetan Sharma’s dismissal. Pakistan restricted India to 245 for the loss of seven wickets and successfully chased a low-scoring total.

India got just the kind of start they needed after Pakistan were 61/3. A heroic knock of 116 off 114 balls by Javed Miandad (Man of the Match) led to Pakistan’s victory. Pakistan needed four runs to win the match off the last ball, Javed Miandad hit a six of Chetan Sharma to win.

Pakistan won the match and Austral-Asia Cup.

2. March 1, 2003, SuperSport Park, Centurion 

Sourav Ganguly-led India won by 6 wickets with 26 balls to spare in a Pool A encounter at the ICC World Cup.

Pakistan set a 273-run target after losing seven wickets.

Saeed Anwar scored a 126-ball 101 tormenting Indian bowlers. Anwar was the only batsman in the Pakistan side who reached a triple digit figure only to be halted by Ashish Nehra. Contributions from Nehra, Zaheer Khan and Javagal Srinath helped restrict Pakistan.

Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Shewag got India off to a fiery start (53/1). Just when the pair had begun to generate momentum Waqar Younis struck to dismiss Sehwag. Much to India’s horror Younis struck again to send Ganguly on a duck. Younis was on a hattrick ball and India were 53/2. A strong partnership between Mohammad Kaif and Tendulkar took India to 155/2 and a timely 44 by vice-captain Rahul Dravid and a well-fought 50 by Yuvraj Singh took India closer to victory.

India won the match in which Tendulkar struck 98 to be awarded Man of the Match.

3. May 21 1997, MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai

Pakistan won by 35 runs in the Pepsi Independence Cup. Pakistan won the toss, choosing to bat. In a day/night match the visitors piled up a mammoth 327 runs (6.54 runs per over). The bulk of the runs were scored Saeed Anwar. The Indian bowling attack looked toothless, struggling to dismiss Anwar who went on to score 194.

Rahul Dravid’s ton (1070 and Vinod Kambli’s half-century (65) went in vain as India were bowled out for 292 runs in 49.2 overs.

4. March 9, 1996, M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore

India won by 39 runs in the Wills World Cup. After winning the toss, India chose to bat and Navjot Sidhu and Sachin Tendulkar gave India a good start. Sidhu scored a valiant knock of 93. India lost a flurry of wickets after Pakistan’s pace battery showed discipline to scalp the wickets of Indian batsmen at regular intervals until Ajay Jadeja’s knock of 45 helped India post a total of 287.

With Pakistan requiring 288 runs from 49 overs Pakistan’s last four batsmen did not chip in with the bat managing runs in single digits. Timely strikes from Venkatesh Prasad to dismiss Inzamam-ul-Haq, Aamer Sohail and Ijaz Ahmed helped India hold a tight grip over its rivals. Srinath removed dangerous Saeed Anwar and Kumble putting an end to Mushtaq Ahmed’s innings India were well on course to chart out a win and knock Pakistan out of the tournament.

Navjot Singh Sidhu was awarded player of the match.

5. January 18, 1998, Played at National Stadium, Dhaka. 

India won by 3 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)in the 3rd final of Silver Jubilee Independence Cup.

Winning the toss India chose to field and restricted Pakistan to 314 runs losing 5 wickets. Big knocks from Saeed Anwar (140 runs) and Ijaz Ahmed (117 runs) could not salvage Pakistan.

The pick of the Indian bowlers was Harvinder Singh who dismissed Anwar, Aamer Sohail and Shahid Afridi.

Sourav Ganguly’s knock of 124, 82 by Robin Singh and 41 by Tendulkar helped India reach their target with much ease.

India won the best-of-3-finals 2-1 and Ganguly was Man-of-the-Match

Life in the Real Switzerland

Last weekend was the epitome of what I imagined Switzerland to be before I came here. On Saturday I got to go to heaven. Coffee and cake at a house in a little Swiss German village. There’s this place called Kambly-literally cookies on cookies and they all had unlimited free samples. Then we went to a cow farm and saw the milking process firsthand. To end the day we went to one of my staff’s church and led his youth group and met a lot of really cool people. 

Sunday I toured the city with my roommate and a Swiss French woman I know from the train station. She’s so sweet, has had me over to her house for dinner, made me 2 skirts, and now showed me all over the beautiful sights in Lausanne. We got to go on her boat, walk through the fanciest hotel in Lausanne (that’s 700 franks a night), and drove through the vineyards on the mountain overlooking Lake Geneva. It was so fun.

I’m in the final stretch to outreach and learning more than I could have imagined. I’m finding and receiving a new identity and looking at the world through love’s eyes. Love sees past offenses and walls to the heart and the pain it’s been through. I am excited to go out into the world and put into practice all the things I’ve been learning. Working with refugees in another culture of people who speak yet another language will be stretching and growing, but I can’t wait to see what beauty unfolds.

Interview with Rohan Kamble, FYBMS Student, Alkesh Dinesh Mody Institute

Interview with Rohan Kamble, FYBMS Student, Alkesh Dinesh Mody Institute

Name – ROHAN KAMBLE

College Name – ALKESH DINESH MODY INSTITUTE FOR FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES

Course Name –BMS

Which year – FY

Tell us about yourself

ANS: Well, I have not achieved many medals in school except for a few in academics. I have a lot of interest in Bollywood & cricket is my another interest. I like being outgoing, discovering new places and am very crazy for music. I hate…

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our house had two wifis: kirkwall_chantry and kirkwall_lowtown

yesterday kirkwall_chantry just…. disappeared?? and reset itself so we always made a joke about the chantry being blown up so now it’s called chantry_ruins