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theparisreview:

In honor of the anniversary of the road atlas, a gallery of oil-company cartography.

mentalflossr:

The show’s 18 episodes featured snippets of more than 120 songs, including Joan Jett’s “Bad Reputation” in the opening credits. It set the tone for the show, but it wasn’t cheap. Clearing songs by Van Halen, KISS, and The Who—just to name a few—required a lot of paperwork and ate up much of the show’s budget . It also later delayed the DVD release. Fox removed most of the music when it picked up Freaks and Geeks re-runs to avoid paying extra fees.
20 Things You Might Not Have Known About ‘Freaks and Geeks’

mentalflossr:

The show’s 18 episodes featured snippets of more than 120 songs, including Joan Jett’s “Bad Reputation” in the opening credits. It set the tone for the show, but it wasn’t cheap. Clearing songs by Van Halen, KISS, and The Who—just to name a few—required a lot of paperwork and ate up much of the show’s budget . It also later delayed the DVD release. Fox removed most of the music when it picked up Freaks and Geeks re-runs to avoid paying extra fees.

20 Things You Might Not Have Known About ‘Freaks and Geeks’

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Marie Antoinette Misquote.

allisonkerekillustration:

Marie Antoinette Misquote.

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0rient-express:

Blood red moon | by Levin Dieterle | Website.
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Feminist Graffiti from the 1970s [x]

pale-fire:

Feminist Graffiti from the 1970s [x]

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"Sderot Home,” Israel, 2012, based on drawing “by a child who had been living in a bunker.”
Brian McCarty’s photo series, War-Toys, replicates the lives of children surrounded by conflict. See more from the series here.
© Brian McCarty

americanphoto:

"Sderot Home,” Israel, 2012, based on drawing “by a child who had been living in a bunker.”

Brian McCarty’s photo series, War-Toys, replicates the lives of children surrounded by conflict. See more from the series here.

© Brian McCarty

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illustratedladies:

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itcars:

Lamborghini Espada

Images by Stefan Eisele

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cupcakekatieb-eyecandy:

Mae West workin’ it

Werkin’ it the right way. She also knew how to shoot from the waist.

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An Endless List of Things I Love | Creative Bookshelves

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nationalgeographicmagazine:

Children’s smile Photo and caption by Aleksandr Romanov Life behind polar circle Location: Tazovsky peninsula, Jamalonenetsky district, Russia

nationalgeographicmagazine:

Children’s smile
Photo and caption by Aleksandr Romanov
Life behind polar circle
Location: Tazovsky peninsula, Jamalonenetsky district, Russia

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The Paris Review is breaking down and explaining Dante’s Inferno.  Now I can finally understand what is happening without making my head explode.
Recapping Dante
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patrickdehahn:

Teen schools the United States government, boom. 

The Federal and State Governments switching to Garamond from Times would save $400 million of taxpayer money annually
And a fourteen year old figured this out

this is the funniest thing in the world

huh.

rupsidaisy:

literallysokka:

patrickdehahn:

Teen schools the United States government, boom. 

The Federal and State Governments switching to Garamond from Times would save $400 million of taxpayer money annually

And a fourteen year old figured this out

this is the funniest thing in the world

huh.

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I’m not a real person yet.

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Best On-Screen Villanous Performances in Cinema History

It has always been my opinion that the best villains are the ones that we can relate to. Because if we can understand their evolution and ideology, even just fractionally, it makes becoming them all that more possible.

The scariest monsters are the ones that we can see ourselves in.

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