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adam young’s Instagram is a spiritual journey

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Filth (UK, 2013)

Four movies deep into my James McAvoy movie marathon weekend. So far: Penelope, The Last King of Scotland, Welcome to the Punch, and Filth. Only negative side effect so far is that I’ve seen James naked so many times it’s beginning to lose all meaning. Not really actually negative though. :D Next up is Trance and if I have time a re-watch of Atonement.

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Albert Bierstadt - Storm in the Mountains (1870)

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Albert Bierstadt - Storm in the Mountains (1870)

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Cloudworks
2002—2013
Magriet Smulders

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I am so excited, I just got a second job at my favorite coffee shop! Not only do I no longer have to pay for coffee, they’re going to pay me to make it! If you come through Wichita and desire delicious espresso, make a stop at Espresso to Go Go!

You should read the book that you see someone on the train reading and trying to hide that they’re laughing.

You should read the book that you see someone on the train reading and trying to hide that they’re crying.

You should read the book you find in your grandparents’ house that’s inscribed “To Ray, all my love, Christmas 1949.”

You should read books mentioned in other books.

Over at The Millions, Janet Potter, who has worked in bookstores all over the world for more than a decade, responds to Amazon’s 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime and similar rankings with a beautiful blueprint to the reading life.

Pair with Joseph Brodsky on how to develop your taste in reading.

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coelasquid:

This video reel makes me wonder how often really spectacular practical effects have been misidentified as “shitty cg” by people who like to cry about anything that doesn’t look like Harryhausen Dynamation.

Because I’m very sure I’ve heard those sort of comments directed towards a lot of the creatures showcased here when they appeared in their respective films.

my mind is being blown apart

so amazing

I love practical effects so much. This video also explains another reason why I adore Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy so much, so many great animatronics, rubber suits, and awesome physical effects being used in that film!

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Cracked up, stacked up, 22, psycho for sex and glue…

Photos from road trip to California in September 2013. Taken somewhere between Albuquerque, NM and Wichita, KS.

Yeah I finished watching the last season of Scrubs today, and I loved EVERY MINUTE OF IT.

Yeah I finished watching the last season of Scrubs today, and I loved EVERY MINUTE OF IT.

iguanamouth:

a monster described to me by a four year old. it eats trees. its afraid of music. it carries a bag of bad carrots and steals human feet. it can hear without ears. it wears light up shoes and is always mad because one of them doesn’t work

iguanamouth:

a monster described to me by a four year old. it eats trees. its afraid of music. it carries a bag of bad carrots and steals human feet. it can hear without ears. it wears light up shoes and is always mad because one of them doesn’t work

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