Friday, April 18, 2014

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likelectiveamnesia:

Chuck Ragan and Dave Hause

likelectiveamnesia:

Chuck Ragan and Dave Hause

chartier:

xkcd: Free Speech

wickedclothes:

Marauder’s Map Tea Cup

Inspired by the Marauder’s Map, this tea cup reads on the outside “I solemnly swear that I am up to no good,” and on the inside “Mischief managed.” A great addition to any tea or coffee-drinking witch or wizard’s cupboard. Sold on Etsy.

impala-americana:

I smooth my thinning hair in a gilded mirror
To try to hide the tell-signs of my age.
My name is Balthazar, Impresario,
And tonight will be my last night on the stage.

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traindriversandastronauts:

more frank (and elly) inspired hand lettering! 

traindriversandastronauts:

more frank (and elly) inspired hand lettering! 

eleneripenneth:

lilyliqueur:

 Wesley the sass master, here.

Because there is never enough Princess Bride.  Ever.

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lorettacancun:

I love when shit’s about to hit the fan and they throw in a little gem like this.

lord of the rings: gondor (SA 3320), kingdom of men.
make me choose: asked by tiny-snapdragon — rohan or gondor 
At the end of the day, Bruce Springsteen doesn’t just sing about downtrodden day workers, star-crossed lovers and marginalized small-town in-dwellers; he sings about reconciling ideals with realities, learning to cope with what you can’t control, and the emotional blowback that is central to existing in the world as a human being. Adam Gold of Nashville Scene, on Why Bruce Springsteen’s Return to Bridgestone Arena is more than just a concert (via allthethingsiwishiwrote)

transistor-subsidal:

I dont care about what they say,

I wont live or die that way.

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Singers of songs, righters of wrongs, be what you believe
Saddle your horse, shoulder your load
Burst at the seams, be what you dream and then take to the road
'Journey of the Magi' by Frank Turner (via quotationmarking)

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