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elizabitchtaylor:

Someone send help, Morrissey is trapped in a vending machine

elizabitchtaylor:

Someone send help, Morrissey is trapped in a vending machine

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call-me-mogo:

Edward Hopper

call-me-mogo:

Edward Hopper

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That’s one of my least favorite roles that women fill on TV shows — the killjoy who tells the goofy fun guy to knock it off. We consciously tried to avoid that dynamic — we had them like each other, treat each other like peers, seek advice from each other, and (maybe most importantly) we made them both screw up a lot, albeit in different ways. Melissa and Andy make it easy, though, by playing their scenes not like “fun-time Charlie and his mean schoolmarm watchdog” but like two real humans who tease each other. - Michael Schur on Amy’s relationship with Jake

(Source: amysantiaago, via warpsex)

LibraryReads - Books Recommended by Librarians

libraryjournal:

The May List is up! My editor’s spring pick The Bees made the cut! Yeah!

“My last refuge, my books: simple pleasures, like finding wild onions by the side of a road, or requited love.”

—   Tracy Letts, August: Osage County (via bibliophilebunny)

(via fuckyeahreading)

I LOVED Revolutionary Road, it’s a hard move but a real one.

(Source: waitingforeternity, via i-believe-in-john-watson)

Some wise words from Dame Julie.

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laughterkey:

cumaeansibyl:

this is legit btw
I mean, there were folkloric heroes like Robin Hood before the Scarlet Pimpernel, but they didn’t really do the secret identity — people might not have known Robin Hood’s real identity but he wasn’t out living a double life and his costume was just what he and his buds wore in the forest, whereas the Pimpernel was actually doing the exact same thing as Bruce Wayne (pampered aristocrat by day, avenging hero by night)
also I wanna point out that the Scarlet Pimpernel was actually the leader of a league of twenty people also living double lives — Baroness Orczy also invented the first superhero team

Also The Scarlet Pimpernel is goddamned amazing and if you’ve never read it you’re missing out.

laughterkey:

cumaeansibyl:

this is legit btw

I mean, there were folkloric heroes like Robin Hood before the Scarlet Pimpernel, but they didn’t really do the secret identity — people might not have known Robin Hood’s real identity but he wasn’t out living a double life and his costume was just what he and his buds wore in the forest, whereas the Pimpernel was actually doing the exact same thing as Bruce Wayne (pampered aristocrat by day, avenging hero by night)

also I wanna point out that the Scarlet Pimpernel was actually the leader of a league of twenty people also living double lives — Baroness Orczy also invented the first superhero team

Also The Scarlet Pimpernel is goddamned amazing and if you’ve never read it you’re missing out.

(Source: geekmehard, via fandomsandfeminism)

This evening’s SOHO book haul. A couple of recommendations from friends and some gifts for me niece. #2014books #1aunt