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Jun 4, 2013
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#Party Shark

fuckyeahsharks:


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Feb 19, 2013
@ 11:50 pm
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theatlantic:

theparisreview:

Gay Talese’s outline for “Frank Sinatra Has a Cold,” 1966, written on a shirt board.

If you haven’t read it, read it.

To Professor Glavin

theatlantic:

theparisreview:

Gay Talese’s outline for “Frank Sinatra Has a Cold,” 1966, written on a shirt board.

If you haven’t read it, read it.

To Professor Glavin


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Jan 21, 2013
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good:

How will you serve in celebration of Dr. King and National Day of Service?
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.with his father and son in Atlanta, GeorgiaMarch 22, 1963.Photographed by Richard Avedon 

good:

How will you serve in celebration of Dr. King and National Day of Service?

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
with his father and son 
in Atlanta, Georgia
March 22, 1963.
Photographed by Richard Avedon 


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Jul 31, 2012
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bbook:

Today needs this.

bbook:

Today needs this.


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Jul 18, 2012
@ 11:28 pm
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newyorker:

Watch a clip of LCD Soundsystem performing “Dance Yrself Clean” from “Shut Up and Play the Hits” above, and click-through to read Sasha Frere-Jones on the band and their final show and goodbye film: http://nyr.kr/LrsiJS


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Jun 8, 2012
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The more you know…

via patbaer: thecultureofme:

(via imremembering)


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Jun 5, 2012
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All well and good, right? Women should feel free not to have babies, or not to get married, as they see fit. That’s the mark of a progressive society! Except, if that’s the case, why do we have to keep talking, talking, talking about it? And why do these kinds of articles pop up again and again for women, who need (someone has decided) to remind themselves repeatedly of why their decision is OK, even good. Really, really, it is! We promise! Thus, on a platter for your unmarried, child-free self are another set of reasons why; print them out, stick them to your sad-sack single-lady fridge, keep them handy for when that neighbor across the Thanksgiving table asks your mom what’s wrong with you that you’re not married and having kids already. Because it would be too much to say, simply, that’s not what I’m doing. Or to refuse to acknowledge the question.

Women Do Not Need ‘Reasons’ for Being Single or Childless (via theatlantic)

(via theatlantic)


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Jun 4, 2012
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newyorker:

Dan Winters is the man behind the photographs— a cyborg, an alien, a leaping man— that appear throughout this week’s New Yorker, our first ever Science Fiction Issue.  Click-through to see more of Winters’ images from the issue, and for the story behind them: http://nyr.kr/L7l7H0


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Jun 4, 2012
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hellocute:

katiecampy submitted:

Lopez. <3

Lopez, you are so fashionable!

hellocute:

katiecampy submitted:

Lopez. <3

Lopez, you are so fashionable!


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Jun 2, 2012
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dave&#8217;s pic on spotify&#8230; love him

dave’s pic on spotify… love him