October 18, 2014

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October 10, 2014

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October 10, 2014

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September 8, 2014
A definitive ranking of Teen Wolf seasons, best to worst


September 6, 2014

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September 6, 2014

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September 1, 2014
"Short attention span is the new avant-garde. Everyone complains that we can no longer intake huge chunks of text. I find that a reason to celebrate… . Twitter is the revenge of modernism."

— Kenneth Goldsmith (via feminin-et-masculin)

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August 26, 2014

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August 24, 2014

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August 17, 2014



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August 17, 2014
Richard Siken, "Litany in Which Certain Things Are Crossed Out"

Richard Siken, "Litany in Which Certain Things Are Crossed Out"

August 15, 2014

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August 6, 2014

The river’s wide,
That I could not swim across it,
So I convinced myself
I’d walk upon the waves.

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August 1, 2014
"There were many nights when I would worry myself out of a dead sleep and think Christ, I’m not doing it yet, and I’d think, doing what, and I’d think back, the thing I’m supposed to be doing, the special thing, I’m not special yet, and I’m going to die if I don’t do it, and I’d think well what is it but I refused to elaborate."

— Mallory Ortberg, “The Only Time I’ve Ever Been To Connecticut

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July 30, 2014

That luminous part of you that exists beyond personality — your soul, if you will — is as bright and shining as any that has ever been. Bright as Shakespeare’s, bright as Gandhi’s, bright as Mother Teresa’s. Clear away everything that keeps you separate from this secret luminous place. Believe it exists, come to know it better, nurture it, share its fruits tirelessly.

And someday, in 80 years, when you’re 100, and I’m 134, and we’re both so kind and loving we’re nearly unbearable, drop me a line, let me know how your life has been. I hope you will say: It has been so wonderful.


George Saunders’ advice to graduates