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    secondaryhank turned 3 today!

    secondaryhank turned 3 today!

    (Source: assets)

  2. 07:48 1st Mar 2014

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    You and your roommate followed me in the same day. Two followers in one day! So I sent you both a message thanking you. I don’t do that much. You both seemed interesting, and I thought maybe you were the same person. The ‘I follow you, you should follow me’ thing is a game I don’t play.

    There are not many folks on here that I communicate with directly, and almost none regularly. I say ‘almost’ because we email. There were two others, but I don’t talk with them much, anymore. This, despite my random efforts to do so. I always get a little excited to get an email from you. It is the closest thing to getting a proper letter.

    You write very openly, and I find that endearing. We’ve discussed vulnerability as an attractive quality. You separate things with bullets that I think are connected, and I like figuring out why they might not be in your mind.

    You seem unafraid of your own emotions, even though they overwhelm you. I envy that.

    Despite what I know of you, there is so much that I do not. This is why I am careful. I would love to meet you, as rare as that chance might be. I would want to hug you a lot. The physicality that is lacking in so many modern relationships. We’ve talked of this, too.

    And you like Nemo.

  4. 20:47 26th Jan 2014

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    It is truly a miracle that we are here at all, to sleep, to rise, to dow quick breakfasts and run for trains and be on time or late, as Fate decides.

    Ray Bradbury

    I pulled this from McSweeney’s 45 - Hitchcock and Bradbury Fistfight in Heaven. Though, they reprinted it from the introduction to Timeless Stories for Today and Tomorrow.

  5. 22:08 10th Jan 2014

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    This… needs… more… notes..

  6. 00:01 28th Dec 2013

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    how many male novelists does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

    1. A: The terrible sex had made him feel deeply interesting, like a murder victim.
    2. ---
    3. A: The beast, which had represented his feelings, was dead. “I think I’ll do a pushup,” he announced to the sea. The sea respected him for it.
    4. ---
    5. A: [4000 words from the narrator about his feelings on his childhood circumcision]
    6. ---
    7. A: War is hell.
    8. ---
    9. A: He straightened his tie. He had lost, but in a romantic way, which meant that he had won. “I’m going to do a pushup,” he announced to his tie. His tie respected him for it, and secretly wished that it could have sex with him.
    10. ---
    11. A: You wouldn’t understand.
    12. ---
    13. A: He swore curses at his coworkers. He was making a lot of money. Fuck.
    14. ---
    15. A: This neighborhood in New York City was very different from the other neighborhood in New York City he’d just been in.
    16. ---
    17. A: He lit a cigarette. His glass of whiskey lit a cigarette too. “I can only truly love my best friend,” he said, “but not in a gay way. Women wouldn’t understand it. They’re too gay.” Both of the cigarettes agreed.
    18. ---
    19. A: [4000 words about an isolated encounter with a service worker that borders on racist and goes nowhere]
    20. ---
    21. A: “The cocaine isn’t the point. The cocaine is a metaphor,” he explained wearily over the pile of cocaine. She folded her arms. She didn’t understand his cocaine. “Didn’t you read my manifesto?” The prostitute had read his manifesto. Why couldn’t she?
    22. ---
    23. A: This lightbulb is inauthentic.
    24. ---
    25. A: ”It’s only the institution I have a problem with,” he explained to the empty bar.
    26. ---
    27. A: The time had come for him to go to war, and also find himself, and also reject the rules of your society.
    28. ---
    29. A: His alcoholism was different, because someday he was going to die.
    30. ---
    31. A: [Nothing happens for 450 pages; receives fourteen awards]
  7. 21:37 25th Dec 2013

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    Reblogged from tristyntothesea


    this show is gold

    Duchess got me a Jake toy for $mas! No one else knew who it was.

    (Source: aabey14)

  8. 21:53 10th Dec 2013

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    Reblogged from katiereallylovesthings

    i'll save you, teens

    1. rn: what has twitter even been up to recently
    2. rn: i deleted my account
    3. me: twitter is now Gen X Zone
    4. me: i logged in and [friend in late thirties] was talking about Bejeweled while linking to a Penny Arcade strip
    5. me: so i logged out
    6. rn: oh
    7. rn: … oh
    8. rn: so it's like a generational step down from facebook
    9. rn: which has become overrun by Parents
    10. me: yes exactly
    11. rn: i just saw a headline on some news site a few weeks ago
    12. rn: about how teens are abandoning facebook in favor of other services
    13. rn: and WHERE TO FIND THEM
    14. rn: like, how to trace the internet teen diaspora
    15. rn: it seems like people are just retreating into niche IM services again rather than maintaining any kind of publicly accessible profile
    16. rn: we gazed into the abyss for a few years and did not like what we saw
    17. me: please leave us alone oh my god
    18. rn: this ties in with your hypothesis about IRC becoming a thing again
    19. rn: but even that might be a step too far
    20. me: sometimes i feel like im the only thing standing between teenagers and the boomers/gen x
    22. rn: you're not the hero teens deserve
    23. rn: but you're the one they need
    24. rn: [distant nyan cat theme]
  9. 16:32 7th Nov 2013

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Just a couple more hours left to get an Obey Cthulhu shirt at qwertee.com for only $12, then the price goes up.


    Just a couple more hours left to get an Obey Cthulhu shirt at qwertee.com for only $12, then the price goes up.

  10. 19:28 2nd Nov 2013

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    So I made these over the weekend. I realised how great Adventure Time is to quote from so I decided to do a thing, and once again thanks to Kudzumon for lending his help. Much appreciated buddy.

    These are all available over at Red Bubble.

    Please keep the source up here.

  11. 06:36 26th Oct 2013

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    Reblogged from lovesexandhumor

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I guess that’s what the fox says…


    I guess that’s what the fox says…


    (Source: penny4my-thoughts)

  12. 20:22 25th Oct 2013

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    Tags: adventurebrothers

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    Yeah, we’ve been watching these a lot.


Super Adventure Bros!
Working on making this a t-shirt.
    Yeah, we’ve been watching these a lot.


    Super Adventure Bros!

    Working on making this a t-shirt.

  13. 10:46 13th Oct 2013

    Notes: 63

    Reblogged from fuckyeahphilosophy

    The ideas of economists and political philosophers, both when they are right and when they are wrong, are more powerful than is commonly understood. Indeed the world is ruled by little else. Practical men, who believe themselves to be quite exempt from any intellectual influence, are usually the slaves of some defunct economist. Madmen in authority, who hear voices in the air, are distilling their frenzy from some academic scribbler of a few years back. I am sure that the power of vested interests is vastly exaggerated compared with the gradual encroachment of ideas. Not, indeed, immediately but after a certain interval; for in the field of economic and political philosophy there are not many who are influenced by new theories after they are twenty-five or thirty years of age, so that the ideas which civil servants and politicians and even agitators apply to current events are not likely to be the newest. But soon or late, it is ideas, not vested interest, which are dangerous for good or evil.
    — John Maynard Keynes: General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money (via fuckyeahphilosophy)
  14. 22:17 29th Sep 2013

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    Reblogged from mutedfires

    Lower-income people tend to be “hoarders” and richer people are able to do more “minimalist” living spaces. if u don’t have much, you will hold onto any little thing that comes across your way. you got a new tv, but you still keep the old tv because you know things can break. you keep extra boxes of macaroni and cheese lying around because there will be a week when you don’t have money for groceries. you hold onto your stacks of books and clothes for dear life. those are your assets. physical evidence of where your money’s gone. it’s hard to get rid of it. the bare wall is terrifying when you don’t have much.
  15. 00:23 26th Sep 2013

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    Tags: really ND?

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    Side of fruit

    Side of fruit