Loved the David Foster Wallace notebook collection on display in the Whitney Biennial. #dfw (at Whitney Museum of American Art)

Loved the David Foster Wallace notebook collection on display in the Whitney Biennial. #dfw (at Whitney Museum of American Art)

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Whitney Biennial (at Whitney Museum of American Art)

Whitney Biennial (at Whitney Museum of American Art)

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TheMostImportantMapsinAmericanandEuropeanHistory (at Arader & Associates)

TheMostImportantMapsinAmericanandEuropeanHistory (at Arader & Associates)

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I’ve always been Peter W. Knox, long before I couldn’t get PeterKnox.com. This is our fraternity composite, back in 2003.

Apparently I was singing this way back in HS even. 

And all of the weight I’ve added, I call Wiley Weight.

Kappa Alpha Order, Beta Omega Chapter

I’ve always been Peter W. Knox, long before I couldn’t get PeterKnox.com. This is our fraternity composite, back in 2003.

Apparently I was singing this way back in HS even. And all of the weight I’ve added, I call Wiley Weight. Kappa Alpha Order, Beta Omega Chapter
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Sure enough, at five-to-midnight, Harvey walks out and sees me loitering around in the lobby. He goes, “I’m coming back! It’s killing!” And he leaves. The guy did us the biggest favor. With 15 minutes left to go in the film, he comes back in, slides back into his seat, and at the end of the screening there’s this excitement. He comes up to me and says, “I’m going to do you a favor. Come meet me at the bar.” We met up at the bar for last call and had a drink with him. When people saw us hanging around with Harvey after that movie, the other studios were like, “Oh, shit. We’d better fucking get on this.” He created a market for the film basically by shadow play. He didn’t even see the middle of the movie. He said, “When you hang out with me, you’ll sell your movie.” It went as well as it could possibly go.

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Originally Posted By observando

Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self.

Cyril Connolly

So important in the age of social media.

(via howtofightloneliness)

(Source: observando, via howtofightloneliness)

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Originally Posted By ethiopienne

ethiopienne:

my entire life in one tweet

ethiopienne:

my entire life in one tweet

(via ephemeralness)

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Originally Posted By rollingstone

patrickcassels:

rollingstone:

Spark it up cinephiles! Here’s the oral history of Super Troopers.

I love this movie and will quote it until I’m the most annoying person you know.

I convinced all of my friends to see Super Troopers in the theaters while we were in HS and all of them begrudgingly joined me. Needless to say I haven’t been that right about an unpopular (at the time) choice since.

patrickcassels:

rollingstone:

Spark it up cinephiles! Here’s the oral history of Super Troopers.

I love this movie and will quote it until I’m the most annoying person you know.

I convinced all of my friends to see Super Troopers in the theaters while we were in HS and all of them begrudgingly joined me. Needless to say I haven’t been that right about an unpopular (at the time) choice since.

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Originally Posted By theatlantic

Until you’re about the age of twenty, you read everything, and you like it simply because you are reading it. Then between twenty and thirty you pick what you want, and you read the best, you read all the great works. After that you sit and wait for them to be written. But you know, the least known, the least famous writers, they are the better ones.

Rest in peace, Gabriel García Márquez. (via theatlantic)

I read Love in the Time of Cholera when I was 16, it meant so much to me then and still resonates 16 years later. Thank you Mr. Marquez, RIP.

(via lauraemily)

(via lauraemily)

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(via Riffle Nonfiction | Book Giveaways!)

Chance to win a really awesome book that I’m working on (ends in 10 days). The author starts the book talking about Guardians of the Galaxy, seriously.

(via Riffle Nonfiction | Book Giveaways!)

Chance to win a really awesome book that I’m working on (ends in 10 days). The author starts the book talking about Guardians of the Galaxy, seriously.

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Spring soundtrack: St. Paul and the Broken Bones

Spring soundtrack: St. Paul and the Broken Bones

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Decided on a whim that since Andrea was home from work when it was still light out that we’d see if the tennis courts were free on a cool night - they were and we played an hour into dark. Just a few blocks towards the waterfront, with Manhattan in the background, it was a great idea.  (at Tennis Courts at Van Voorhees Park)

Decided on a whim that since Andrea was home from work when it was still light out that we’d see if the tennis courts were free on a cool night - they were and we played an hour into dark. Just a few blocks towards the waterfront, with Manhattan in the background, it was a great idea. (at Tennis Courts at Van Voorhees Park)

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(via 12 QUOTES FROM ‘100 Years of Solitude’ | Black Roses)
RIP GGM

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Yasiv: Fun visualization tool that uses Amazon customer data (frequently purchased together) to connect related titles visually.

Yasiv: Fun visualization tool that uses Amazon customer data (frequently purchased together) to connect related titles visually.

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