I haven’t been blonde in like a year and a half. maybe I should change my default pic??
“Until the mid-nineteenth century, most authors published their books at their...– Guy Kawasaki, in his book APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur (via erikadprice)
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robot-heart-politics: Hilarious article responding to Time’s latest trolling that looks at how every youth generation for the last 100 years has been lamented by the elder generations for being self-obsessed, lazy narcissists who are destroying everything.
Young people might give up hopes of gainful employment through art or serious...– n 1: Cultural Revolution (via photographsonthebrain)
lagertha-lodbrok: okayophelia: tacticalnymphomania: nellachronism: loveforalia: You know you had a Catholic upbringing when somebody says “May the force be with you” and your instant reaction is to reply with “And also with you”. Lift up your lightsabers. We lift them up to the lord. Let us give thanks to the Force our guide. It is right to give the Force thanks and praise.
smellthebaseball: Thoreau also wore a neckbeard for many years, which he insisted many women found attractive. However, Louisa May Alcott mentioned to Ralph Waldo Emerson that Thoreau’s facial hair “will most assuredly deflect amorous advances and preserve the man’s virtue in perpetuity.”
westbor0baptistchurch: Shall I compare thee to a Summer’s Eve? You’re a douche bag.
I once had a real-life encounter with a poet at four a.m. in a Las Vegas...– Patrick Wensink, ”How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Poets” (via millionsmillions)
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