The Tea is Good
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The Tea is Good
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Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Japanese Poster
Album Art
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"This is Penny Lane, man. Show some respect."

"This is Penny Lane, man. Show some respect."

"This is Penny Lane, man. Show some respect."

"This is Penny Lane, man. Show some respect."
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frankunderwood:

Sundance portraits | 2012
frankunderwood:

Sundance portraits | 2012
frankunderwood:

Sundance portraits | 2012
frankunderwood:

Sundance portraits | 2012
frankunderwood:

Sundance portraits | 2012
frankunderwood:

Sundance portraits | 2012
frankunderwood:

Sundance portraits | 2012
frankunderwood:

Sundance portraits | 2012
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"They’re all gonna laugh at you."
 Carrie (1976)

"They’re all gonna laugh at you."
 Carrie (1976)

"They’re all gonna laugh at you."
 Carrie (1976)

"They’re all gonna laugh at you."
 Carrie (1976)

"They’re all gonna laugh at you."
 Carrie (1976)

"They’re all gonna laugh at you."
 Carrie (1976)

"They’re all gonna laugh at you."
 Carrie (1976)

"They’re all gonna laugh at you."
 Carrie (1976)

"They’re all gonna laugh at you."
 Carrie (1976)

"They’re all gonna laugh at you."
 Carrie (1976)
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"On a day like today, my master William Faulkner said, “I decline to accept the end of man.” I would fall unworthy of standing in this place that was his, if I were not fully aware that the colossal tragedy he refused to recognize thirty-two years ago is now, for the first time since the beginning of humanity, nothing more than a simple scientific possibility. Faced with this awesome reality that must have seemed a mere utopia through all of human time, we, the inventors of tales, who will believe anything, feel entitled to believe that it is not yet too late to engage in the creation of the opposite utopia. A new and sweeping utopia of life, where no one will be able to decide for others how they die, where love will prove true and happiness be possible, and where the races condemned to one hundred years of solitude will have, at last and forever, a second opportunity on earth."
In the wake of Gabriel García Márquez’s death, wisdom from his 1982 Nobel Prize acceptance speech. Complement with Faulkner’s iconic 1950 Nobel speech on the role o the writer as a booster of the human heart, which Márquez bows to here. (via explore-blog)
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palmandlaser:

Dennis Mukai (1984)
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xapard:

Behind The Scene!
Photography by: Adrian Boot
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Behind The Scene!
Photography by: Adrian Boot
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Behind The Scene!
Photography by: Adrian Boot
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Behind The Scene!
Photography by: Adrian Boot
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Behind The Scene!
Photography by: Adrian Boot
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dsk666:

The Upcoming French Music Scene: Justice
L’Uomo Vogue - October 2007
© Deborah Turbeville
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genarowlands:

#i don’t have time for people who say that with that level of pretentiousness #I’m not saying you gotta love tv like I do #I’m not saying you gotta watch it at all #but you sure as shit better not come at me like not watching tv makes you somehow more intellectual than me
genarowlands:

#i don’t have time for people who say that with that level of pretentiousness #I’m not saying you gotta love tv like I do #I’m not saying you gotta watch it at all #but you sure as shit better not come at me like not watching tv makes you somehow more intellectual than me
genarowlands:

#i don’t have time for people who say that with that level of pretentiousness #I’m not saying you gotta love tv like I do #I’m not saying you gotta watch it at all #but you sure as shit better not come at me like not watching tv makes you somehow more intellectual than me
genarowlands:

#i don’t have time for people who say that with that level of pretentiousness #I’m not saying you gotta love tv like I do #I’m not saying you gotta watch it at all #but you sure as shit better not come at me like not watching tv makes you somehow more intellectual than me
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"It is a two-way traffic, the language of the unsaid."
Anne Carson (via likeafieldmouse)
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