She is fighting invisible agents.
I’m really disappointed that this is so over sexualized because pole dancing is really cool
It should be a fucking olympic sport like with unitards and shit
You actually can’t wear leotards when pole dancing because you need the friction of your skin on your stomach against the pole to execute some of the moves. But I agree. Olympics.
Dude, the muscles
lmfao idk why but the girl in the background is funny to me because she’s like “omgomgomgomgomgomgyou’redoingitomgomgomgomg”
Train Stations Around the World
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Today is a big anniversary for railroad fans: It’s the 144th anniversary of the completion of the US transcontinental railroad. The railroad facilitated travel from the east to the west coast of the United States.
Train stations have been around for over 200 years—ever since the United Kingdom constructed the very first structures in the early 19th century. Many of these early 19th century stations reflect the grandiose architecture popular at the time, while those built more recently are more likely to have simple, abstract designs.
To honor the history of these buildings, we gathered together a list of some of the most beautiful stations from around the world. For more photos of each building’s stunning architecture, visit the location pages below:
Our eyes here at Txchnologist are usually firmly set to the horizon, scanning for what the future holds. Sometimes, though, we get a kick out of turning around and seeing what the past’s modern technology looked like and how people back then thought about the future.
Today, we bring you a few good finds from the vault that capture the future machines of the past. Click here to see a few more.