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by simplementunephoto  (simplementunephoto.tumblr.com)
Sat, 18th Oct — 170 notes
inthespiritofbeing:

because he keeps a quarter in his ear to remind himself that he’s worth something…

inthespiritofbeing:

because he keeps a quarter in his ear to remind himself that he’s worth something…

Sat, 18th Oct — 221 notes
magnificentruin:

Michael Caine will outlive you all
Sat, 18th Oct — 85 notes
Some people find it reassuring to think that there really are no accidents, that what happens to us — including the most terrible of events — reflects an unfolding plan. But the belief also has some ugly consequences. It tilts us toward the view that the world is a fundamentally fair place, where goodness is rewarded and badness punished. It can lead us to blame those who suffer from disease and who are victims of crimes, and it can motivate a reflexive bias in favor of the status quo — seeing poverty, inequality and oppression as reflecting the workings of a deep and meaningful plan.

— "Does Everything Happen for a Reason?" via the NYT

Sat, 18th Oct — 0 notes
Thu, 16th Oct — 87 notes
abstractelements:

I could listen to this legend all day long #hamietbluiett

abstractelements:

I could listen to this legend all day long #hamietbluiett

Thu, 16th Oct — 128 notes
thepaintedgirlnovel:

What we believe to be the most recent photograph of The Painted Girl has surfaced.
The ad on this Heath Street trolley car dates it to early 2014 and places it in Boston. This places The Painted Girl herself in Boston in early 2014.
The Painted Girl - The Journals in Novel Form
Compiled by Brian Neuls

thepaintedgirlnovel:

What we believe to be the most recent photograph of The Painted Girl has surfaced.

The ad on this Heath Street trolley car dates it to early 2014 and places it in Boston. This places The Painted Girl herself in Boston in early 2014.

The Painted Girl - The Journals in Novel Form

Compiled by Brian Neuls

Thu, 16th Oct — 29 notes
gattogattogatto:

Billie Holiday, Paris, 1958

gattogattogatto:

Billie Holiday, Paris, 1958

Thu, 16th Oct — 1,188 notes
think-progress:

'Dear White People' filmmaker Justin Simien talks blackface, interracial dating, and why white people touch afros.

think-progress:

'Dear White People' filmmaker Justin Simien talks blackface, interracial dating, and why white people touch afros.

Thu, 16th Oct — 330 notes