prescription cure for graphophobia

Apr 13

behindsuchgreeneyes:

Me and my mutual followers that never seem to actually talk but we like and reblog each other’s posts:

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“Children are infinitely credulous. My Lisa was a dull child, but even so she came up with things that pleased and startled me. ‘Are there dragons?’ she asked. I said that there were not. ‘Have there ever been?’ I said all the evidence was to the contrary. ‘But if there is a word dragon,’ she said, ‘then once there must have been dragons.’ Precisely. The power of language. Preserving the ephemeral; giving form to dreams, permanence to sparks of light.” — Penelope Lively, Moon Tiger (via youhadonejobphil)

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Apr 12

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Apr 09

luciawestwick:

do you remember the scene where Steve shows page from his notebook with all the things he missed while he’d been napping? so, this page is different for Russia. here it is

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moreover, I found another 7 versions.

US page

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UK list

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version for South Korea

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page for France 

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Italian version

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Mexican one

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list for Spain

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quite interesting, isn’t it? let me know if there are other versions)

update! Australian list (via idkvader)

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sexhaver:

boredlord:

What do teens like?!? Is it memes? Memes about skeletons? Piss? Communism?

this post is 20x funnier if you imagine a CEO shouting it at his board of directors

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Mar 31

vintagemarlene:

girls and guns, circa 1920 (www.collectorsweekly.com)

vintagemarlene:

girls and guns, circa 1920 (www.collectorsweekly.com)

(via retrocentric)

Mar 30

There’s a vending machine in our apartment building’s laundry room and I am not above rewarding myself for a job well done after I finish folding the laundry, thank you VERY much.

Mar 29

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Mar 18

maptitude1:

This map shows the town of Agloe, New York, which was first put on maps in the 1930s as a fake place name so that cartographers could see when their work was being plagiarized. Their plan backfired, though, when someone living in the area opened an Agloe General Store after seeing the name on a map, and their cartographic fiction became a reality. Read more here.

A CONSPIRACY OF CARTOGRAPHERS

maptitude1:

This map shows the town of Agloe, New York, which was first put on maps in the 1930s as a fake place name so that cartographers could see when their work was being plagiarized. Their plan backfired, though, when someone living in the area opened an Agloe General Store after seeing the name on a map, and their cartographic fiction became a reality. Read more here.

A CONSPIRACY OF CARTOGRAPHERS

Mar 10

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