Meadow Soprano, like Matilda,  chose books.

Meadow Soprano, like Matilda,  chose books.

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catladiesandqueens:

xlikesx:

alan cumming

he’s the best

catladiesandqueens:

xlikesx:

alan cumming

he’s the best

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c86:

Adams Street, Medford, Massachusetts, Autumn 1978

c86:

Adams Street, Medford, Massachusetts, Autumn 1978

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nevver:

How strange

bah oui

nevver:

How strange

bah oui

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Smith College has its own tumblr for complaints now?

I’ve come back and I’m floating on the sea of toxic sludge held up by mason jars of bad coffee and whiny baby queer tears. You can’t sink in quicksand if you run across it quickly and lightly with a pole in hand, to use to float.

Goddamn, this website is literally the problem with this place.

Also, these babies raised on No Child Left Behind.

I feel old.

lookuplookup:

"I like to call it ‘mon-she.’"

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thelandofmaps:

Map of peak viewing times for autumn leaves [OC] [600x900]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

thelandofmaps:

Map of peak viewing times for autumn leaves [OC] [600x900]
CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!
thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

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destructural: Points the Internet Could've Helped Jon Franzen With

thenewinquiry:

Malcolm Harris fact-checks Jonathan Franzen using the internet. 

destructural:


In this article Jon Franzen makes a lot of claims, many of them about the Internet. Here’s some claims the Internet might have helped him think through a little deeper.

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Kraus would probably have hated blogs”

"The risk run by the aphorist is that people will grow restless between…

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