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Aug 31

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aseaofquotes:

Augusten Burroughs, This Is How

aseaofquotes:

Augusten Burroughs, This Is How

vintagesalt:

The Craft (1996)

vintagesalt:

The Craft (1996)

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“The number of young Brits apparently flocking to join Isis has prompted much public soul-searching. “Why are young Muslims angry and disillusioned?” asks the same media that habitually considers hysterical fabrications about Muslims demanding Halal bingo, or whatever, more important than factual reports about Palestinian children being blown to pieces. “What kind of sick glorification are these jihadists seeking?” they wail, while filling the front page with ominous images of “Beatle John” – literally a rock-star nickname – accompanied by text breathlessly recounting his terrifying ruthlessness. “When will the Muslim community do something about this?” they demand, without pausing to consider any potential accountability of their own. The media isn’t to blame, but it does very little to help.” — Charlie Brooker “2014 is so horrible, nothing can cheer us up. Not even Simon Cowell with a bucket on his head" The Guardian (via lockestheway)

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Aug 30

paulftompkins:

H.G. Wells and Lewis Carroll. Photo: @jbscovel #deadauthorpod  (at The Bagley Wright Theater)

paulftompkins:

H.G. Wells and Lewis Carroll. Photo: @jbscovel #deadauthorpod (at The Bagley Wright Theater)

Aug 28

behindbobsburgers:

Feminism In A Run-Down Taffy Factory: The Women Of Bob’s Burgers | NPR
"I’m no hero," Tina declares in season three. "I put my bra on one boob at a time like everyone else." But for many, Tina does represent a new kind of hero. She weathers the anxieties of adolescence while gently testing the waters of her confidence. Tina might not be great at public speaking, but her message is clear: embrace your weirdness. Embrace your Tina.

behindbobsburgers:

Feminism In A Run-Down Taffy Factory: The Women Of Bob’s Burgers | NPR

"I’m no hero," Tina declares in season three. "I put my bra on one boob at a time like everyone else." But for many, Tina does represent a new kind of hero. She weathers the anxieties of adolescence while gently testing the waters of her confidence. Tina might not be great at public speaking, but her message is clear: embrace your weirdness. Embrace your Tina.