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Worf, sounds like it works great for the Klingons, but I think I need to try something a little less dangerous.


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The next generation is starting their economic race 50 yards behind the starting line…. They’ve got to pay off the equivalent of one full mortgage before they make it to flat broke, in order to pay for their education. They can never get ahead of the game, because they’re constantly trying to play catch-up.


Elizabeth Warren (via high-queen-margaery)

YUP PRETTY MUCH

(via captainthundercunt)


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theparisreview:

“He tried to write One Hundred Years early on. At the beginning he called it his mamotreto [bulky notebook]. It was not spoken of; he could not write it. He knew the novel needed a writer with more experience, so he waited until the day he became the writer capable of writing One Hundred Years. It has to do with command of technique. You need a great deal of technique to write a novel like that. He knows the tale; he has the characters and storyline; but he couldn’t write it. You have a novel that has to be typewritten, but you can’t type, so you have to wait until you learn to type it up; the novel is there, waiting.”
Read part three of Silvana Paternostro’s oral biography of Gabriel García Márquez.

theparisreview:

“He tried to write One Hundred Years early on. At the beginning he called it his mamotreto [bulky notebook]. It was not spoken of; he could not write it. He knew the novel needed a writer with more experience, so he waited until the day he became the writer capable of writing One Hundred Years. It has to do with command of technique. You need a great deal of technique to write a novel like that. He knows the tale; he has the characters and storyline; but he couldn’t write it. You have a novel that has to be typewritten, but you can’t type, so you have to wait until you learn to type it up; the novel is there, waiting.”

Read part three of Silvana Paternostro’s oral biography of Gabriel García Márquez.


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sometherapy:


This alone is what I wish for you: knowledge.To understand each desire has an edge,to know we are responsible for the liveswe change. No faith comes without cost,no one believes without dying.Now for the first timeI see clearly the trail you planted,what ground opened to waste,though you dreamed a wealthof flowers.
                There are no curses – only mirrorsheld up to the souls of gods and mortals.And so I give up this fate, too.Believe in yourself,go ahead – see where it gets you.

–Rita Dove, “Demeter’s Prayer to Hades”

sometherapy:

This alone is what I wish for you: knowledge.
To understand each desire has an edge,
to know we are responsible for the lives
we change. No faith comes without cost,
no one believes without dying.
Now for the first time
I see clearly the trail you planted,
what ground opened to waste,
though you dreamed a wealth
of flowers.

                There are no curses – only mirrors
held up to the souls of gods and mortals.
And so I give up this fate, too.
Believe in yourself,
go ahead – see where it gets you.

–Rita Dove, “Demeter’s Prayer to Hades”





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amazonpoodle:

any ~harem~ fic in which nobody is queer is a waste of both my time and yours


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Women are afraid of meeting a serial killer. Men are afraid of meeting someone fat.


When Strangers Click, a 2011 documentary about online dating.

It reminds me of that famous Margaret Atwood quote: “Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them.” It also reminds me of something written by one of the mods of Sex Worker Problems: “Misandry irritates. Misogyny kills.”

I mean, it’s just true.

(via tealeafprincess)


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as-warm-as-choco:

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Key Animation Cuts (part 2) (part 1)




fucking hell

mybedisforharry:

kissmelou:

WELL THANK U MAMA MALIK FOR MAKING HIM GO TO THAT AUDITION

FUCK YOU