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jamiedole:

Jim Parsons in The Normal Heart.

jamiedole:

Jim Parsons in The Normal Heart.

katmeetsworld:

letsgotowork:

vandaldan:

Get to steppin’ cuz this is our block.

I miss these guys so much. I haven’t seen them in over a whole year!

Hey! We miss you too, Alex!

YES, ALEX. Come back to us. Play d&d with us!!!!

katmeetsworld:

letsgotowork:

vandaldan:

Get to steppin’ cuz this is our block.

I miss these guys so much. I haven’t seen them in over a whole year!

Hey! We miss you too, Alex!

YES, ALEX. Come back to us. Play d&d with us!!!!

Fashion photography by Milton Greene c. 1950s

I want all of these swimsuits real bad.
damneddirewolves:

Please don’t go where I can’t follow

damneddirewolves:

Please don’t go where I can’t follow

Tatiana Maslany on the complexity of women in Orphan Black

HERO. This woman is seriously- I can’t even finish. There is not a word that deserves her.

kallielef:

Day 14: Pretty/Ugly
I reminded you of her, didn’t I? When we first met?
No, little bird….You reminded me of me.
Quote from this fic.  <3                     

kallielef:

Day 14: Pretty/Ugly

I reminded you of her, didn’t I? When we first met?

No, little bird….You reminded me of me.

Quote from this fic.  <3                     

Regram Turd Hang

Regram Turd Hang

Being able to adapt our behavior to challenges is as good a definition of intelligence as any I know.
Neil deGrasse Tyson (via harmonyoftheworlds)
CLIMATE CHANGE- it’s never too late to start doing your part. NEVER. TOO. LATE. Start now!
mediamattersforamerica:

Neil deGrasse Tyson calls out climate denial on FOX TV.

mediamattersforamerica:

Neil deGrasse Tyson calls out climate denial on FOX TV.

politicsprose:

Elegy for a Country’s Seasons
(Via NY Books)

Author Zadie Smith weighs in on the culture of climate change denial.

It’s amazing the side roads you can will yourself down to avoid the four-lane motorway ahead. England was never as wet as either its famous novels suggest or our American cousins presume. The weather has changed, is changing, and with it so many seemingly small things—quite apart from train tracks and houses, livelihoods and actual lives—are being lost. It was easy to assume, for example, that we would always be able to easily find a hedgehog in some corner of a London garden, pick it up in cupped hands, and unfurl it for our children—or go on a picnic and watch fat bumblebees crawling over the mouth of an open jam jar. Every country has its own version of this local sadness. (And every country has its version of our arguments, when it comes to causation. Climate change or cars? Climate change or cell phone sites?) You’re not meant to mention the minor losses, they don’t seem worth mentioning—not when compared to the visions of apocalypse conjured by climate scientists and movie directors. And then there are all those people who believe that nothing much is happening at all.

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I’ll all kinds of Artist, ppl

I’ve gotten super into painting and decoupage- ‘cause Idk… I’m strange. And I’m working on making like a million presents for my friends. They’ll prolly hate ‘em. But oh well- it matches how they feel about me.