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Brilliant.

slightlyignorant:

Brilliant.

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“Nothing is so painful to the human mind as a great and sudden change.” ― Mary Shelley, Frankenstein   (cover, Maciej Ratajski)

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“Nothing is so painful to the human mind as a great and sudden change.”
― Mary Shelley, Frankenstein   (cover, Maciej Ratajski)

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Beginners, 2011 (dir. Mike Mills)

I want to move into these two frames.

Love this movie.

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This Tumblr is one of the best new things I’ve seen. Pop music + Shakespearean sonnets = <3

This Tumblr is one of the best new things I’ve seen. Pop music + Shakespearean sonnets = <3

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Expectation of pleasure http://ebks.to/XO0Y5T #books

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Foster the People at Moose’s Tooth Pub &amp; Pizzeria

Foster the People at Moose’s Tooth Pub & Pizzeria

Do unto others before they do you—that’s the fucking Golden Rule out here.

Matterhorn (2010), Karl Marlantes

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Hollow book-safes with matching whisky flasks

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The Hollow Book Company makes modified books with hidden compartments in them, complemented by matching whisky flasks, which can be custom-laser-etched or skinned with full-color vinyl adhesive.

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  • Hippy:Tell me something, Lieutenant. Just tell me where the gold is.
  • Mellas:Gold?
  • Hippy:Yes, the gold, the fucking gold, or the oil, or uranium. Something, Jesus Christ, something out there for us to be here. Just anything, then I'd understand it. Just some fucking gold so it all made sense.
  • Mellas:I don't know. I wish I did.
How could something occur to him that had never been in his mind before? It had to have been there before—otherwise, it wouldn’t have popped up—but it must have been hiding someplace. Where was that someplace in the mind where all that stuff hid? Was that what people meant when they said ‘the mind of God’? But then, that meant God’s mind was inside him someplace—and [he] got a little scared at where his mind was taking him.

Matterhorn (2010), Karl Marlantes

'Serious shit?' He raised his arms and indicated everything around him. 'This is serious shit. Everything else is horseshit.'

Matterhorn (2010), Karl Marlantes

Well. You know Jesus. He spoke in parables. You know why? Because when you speak in parables it’s the listener comes up with the right answer, not what the talker think is the right answer.

Matterhorn (2010), Karl Marlantes

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