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nationalpost:

Canadian cardinal who said being pope ‘would be a nightmare’ a frontrunner to replace BenedictPope Benedict XVI’s shock resignation could open the door for the Church’s first non-European leader, with a Canadian and an Argentinean considered among the leading candidates to become the next pope.Cardinal Marc Ouellet, formerly the archbishop of Quebec City, has the best odds of replacing Pope Benedict XVI according to an Irish betting site, at 11 to 4.Cardinal Ouellet, 68, is the head of the Congregation for Bishops, essentially the Vatican’s top staff director. He was once quoted saying being the pope “would be a nightmare.”He also told Quebec City’s Le Soleil newspaper that a pope’s duties “are perhaps not very enviable” adding a pope’s responsibilities are “crushing.” (AFP PHOTO/GETTY / ALBERTO PIZZOLI)

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Watching

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TayI don’t know how to tag people on here lol

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The question is

Should you tell them?

Even if you’re not expecting anything out of it. Just to do it, to specifically let them know that it’s still there. Even if they don’t return it.

Nah.

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evocates:

Miroir d’eau, Bordeaux, France (by pas le matin)

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pleoros:

Leonard Labuneti

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lacarpa:

ALESSANDRO GALLO’s Animal Human Hybrid Sculptures

Alessandro Gallo

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sosuperawesome:

Ron Mueck is a London-based photo-realist artist. Born in Melbourne, Australia, to parents who were toy makers, he labored on children’s television shows for 15 years before working in special effects for such films as “Labyrinth,” a 1986 fantasy epic starring David Bowie. In the early 1990s Mueck was commissioned to make something highly realistic, and was wondering what material would do the trick. Latex was the usual, but he wanted something harder, more precise. Luckily, he saw a little architectural decor on the wall of a boutique and inquired as to the nice, pink stuff’s nature. Fiberglass resin was the answer, and Mueck has made it his bronze and marble ever since.

Insane

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likeafieldmouse:

Antony Gormley - Domain Field, 2003

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myedol:

Field of Light by Bruce Munro

Watch:

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