explorist. noveler.

Sep 14

aseaofquotes:

William Wordsworth, “I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud”

aseaofquotes:

William Wordsworth, “I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud”

Sep 13

“What I’ve always liked about Proust is his unabashed shallowness – or, more precisely, his celebration of the power and primacy of fleeting impressions in decision-making.” — Proust: A Shallow Fellow by Sandra Hajda (via therumpus)

(via therumpus)

Sep 12

The Borowitz Report: White House Vows to Use Every Synonym for War Against ISIS

newyorker:

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“After the Secretary of State John Kerry asserted that the United States was not at war, only to be contradicted later by the White House’s statement that it was, the White House spokesman Josh Earnest held a press conference to state that ‘no synonyms for war have been taken off the table.’”

Read more: http://nyr.kr/1AHFHHh

Photograph by Kevin Lamarque / Reuters

(Source: newyorker.com)

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“In a city where neighborhoods never change, good, walkable neighborhoods must inevitably be the preserve of a few. In a just society, they would be for everyone.” — Benjamin Ross, author of Dead End, on gentrification, development, and zoning, (via oupacademic)

Sep 09

(Source: sense-not-found, via aremydadsgay)

Sep 08

“That’s the problem with life, right, either you know what you want and don’t get it or you get what you want and then you don’t know what you want.” — Diane Nguyen from BoJack Horseman (via thegartravelerofeelong)

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superseriousshow:

Moshe Kasher & Brent Weinbach // The Super Serious Show, May 2014
*Photo by Callie Biggerstaff

superseriousshow:

Moshe Kasher & Brent Weinbach // The Super Serious Show, May 2014

*Photo by Callie Biggerstaff

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