Timely As Hell


You know what I think we are most afraid of? Not knowing. Not knowing whether it’s all really worth it. Not knowing if you should give up or keep fighting. Not knowing why you do things you do; not knowing the purpose. It’s like when you’re little and you touch the stove and get burned, because…

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bbook:

Nostalgia is denial. Denial of the painful present. The name for this denial is Golden Age thinking - the erroneous notion that a different time period is better than the one ones living in - its a flaw in the romantic imagination of those people who find it difficult to cope with the present.

bbook:

Nostalgia is denial. Denial of the painful present. The name for this denial is Golden Age thinking - the erroneous notion that a different time period is better than the one ones living in - its a flaw in the romantic imagination of those people who find it difficult to cope with the present.


Favourite Pilot Episodes | Misfits

“You lot, superheroes? No offence, but in what kind of fucked-up world would that be allowed to happen?”

Favourite Pilot Episodes | Misfits

“You lot, superheroes? No offence, but in what kind of fucked-up world would that be allowed to happen?”

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thedailywhat:

Mashup of the Day: The Battle of Justins always had one clear winner, but this JT/JB mashup puts the tween idol’s “Boyfriend” against *NSYNC’s “Girlfriend,” and you can see for yourself.

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Superior to the Call Me Maybe/ Somebody that I Used to Know mashup of this morning fame? Oh I think so.

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ilovecharts:

101 Books To Read This Summer Instead of ‘50 Shades of Grey’

Next time I’m all like wahhhhhh I have nothing to read.

ilovecharts:

101 Books To Read This Summer Instead of ‘50 Shades of Grey’

Next time I’m all like wahhhhhh I have nothing to read.

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motherjones:

Apparently you can “have it all” in a flow chart.
theatlantic:

dylla:

I wished they had links to every article, so I decided, in a rare moment of action, to compile it.
All the Single Ladies - Kate Bolick
How Serfdom Saved the Women’s Movement  - Caitlin Flanagan
The Hazards of Duke - Caitlin Flanagan
Marry Him! - Lori Gottleib
The Case Against Breast-Feeding - Hanna Rosin
The End of Men - Hanna Rosin
Why Women Still Can’t Have It All - Anne-Marie Slaughter
The Bitch is Back  - Sandra Tsing Loh
Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off  - Sandra Tsing Loh
She’s Just Not That Into You  - Sandra Tsing Loh
Tales out of School - Sandra Tsing Loh
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Yeah, this is pretty clever.


I sent this to pretty much every female I know who was already aware of The Atlantic’s existence.

motherjones:

Apparently you can “have it all” in a flow chart.

theatlantic:

dylla:

I wished they had links to every article, so I decided, in a rare moment of action, to compile it.

(via Slate)

Yeah, this is pretty clever.

I sent this to pretty much every female I know who was already aware of The Atlantic’s existence.

“Washington just doesn’t attract people willing to sink their lives into something that won’t either change the world or make them rich.”

the best description of dc, like, ever. -LDP,
Coffeeshoponomics [WCP] (via feastingwithgans)

apt.

ilovecharts:

boston:

Syrup makers toil this winter 
- Record winter temperatures are wreaking havoc with maple tree systems, forcing syrup producers to tap trunks early to catch the best, most sugary sap.

Meanwhile, in New England…

Upstate is NOT a part of New England, but we produce a hell of a lot of MAPPPPPPPPLE!

ilovecharts:

boston:

Syrup makers toil this winter

- Record winter temperatures are wreaking havoc with maple tree systems, forcing syrup producers to tap trunks early to catch the best, most sugary sap.

Meanwhile, in New England…

Upstate is NOT a part of New England, but we produce a hell of a lot of MAPPPPPPPPLE!

dailyseinfeld:

Elaine: Why do you keep watching? Jerry: I don’t know, I’m obsessed with it. It’s like a spider in the          toilet struggling for a survival. And even if you know it’s not going          to make it, you kind of root it for awhile. Elaine: And then you flush. Jerry: Well, it’s a spider.
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dailyseinfeld:

Elaine: Why do you keep watching?
Jerry: I don’t know, I’m obsessed with it. It’s like a spider in the toilet struggling for a survival. And even if you know it’s not going to make it, you kind of root it for awhile.
Elaine: And then you flush.
Jerry: Well, it’s a spider.

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