the repository of pretty things
07/31/14 @ 0:56
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anarcho-celt:

stay-human:

fallintoyourarmstonight:

All you need to know

I almost spit milk all over my keyboard. 

Isreal, UK and USA confirmed for ass hole states.

anarcho-celt:

stay-human:

fallintoyourarmstonight:

All you need to know

I almost spit milk all over my keyboard. 

Isreal, UK and USA confirmed for ass hole states.

07/30/14 @ 0:24
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tags: cute.
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helloyoucreatives:

Love thy neighbor. 

Which is a bit like love thy neighbour. Whats the difference? U, U make it different. Boom. Yeah cheesy lines galore today. 

07/24/14 @ 23:20
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tags: music.
465 notes

lost & found

lianne la havas

07/21/14 @ 23:31
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tags: batb. cuties.
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07/20/14 @ 10:41
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To be a happy person, one has to drop all comparison. Drop all these stupid ideas of being superior and inferior. You are neither superior nor inferior. You are simply yourself! There exists no one like you, no one with whom you can be compared. Then, suddenly, you are at home.
Osho (via cyberwave)

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How to Tell Which Crisis Images Are Real - And Which Are Fake

good to know. 

07/20/14 @ 10:40
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tags: art.
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chuckgroenink:

There’s something immensely satisfying about drawing a bunch of stuff like this.

chuckgroenink:

There’s something immensely satisfying about drawing a bunch of stuff like this.

Kapital for the Twenty-First Century? | Dissent Magazine

awesome review of piketty’s book by james galbraith

plus a not very relevant article on america’s estate tax

07/18/14 @ 12:08
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What is the point of countless books and libraries, whose titles the owner can barely read through in his lifetime? The sheer number of them burdens and does not instruct the one who wants to learn, and it is much better to entrust yourself to a few authors than to wander through many.

Seneca the Younger, first century A. D.

via philosopher’s stone

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