bibberly:

Janeane Garofalo in Spin, 1995. Yes, the photo really was that grainy in the magazine.

bibberly:

Janeane Garofalo in Spin, 1995. Yes, the photo really was that grainy in the magazine.

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For fee

For fee

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derpycats:

Sleeping in non-derpy positions is really not her cup of tea. 

derpycats:

Sleeping in non-derpy positions is really not her cup of tea. 

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Congratulations, Mrs. Pratt! @gattakat08

Congratulations, Mrs. Pratt! @gattakat08

Lazy Saturday cat.

Lazy Saturday cat.

utopiacontent:

Elmo learns the meaning of love from Winston the beluga whale.

Smewtch

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Well dang, this park was a nice discovery. (at Sewallcrest City Park)

Well dang, this park was a nice discovery. (at Sewallcrest City Park)

unfollowfriday:
Home is where the carpet is! #pdx (at Portland International Airport)

Home is where the carpet is! #pdx (at Portland International Airport)

Tags: pdx

spiritual-realm:

omg look at these fluffy fucking cows

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johndarnielle:

rachelfershleiser:

Sean is a consistently generous and sympathetic hero, and if the novel’s closing pages substitute ambiguity for plainspokenness, they highlight the book’s theme of finding things worth living for within physical and psychological despair. A pop culture–infused novel that thoughtfully and nonjudgmentally considers the dark side of nerddom.
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Starred Kirkus for Wolk in White Van by John Darnielle!

I keep trying to find the words to express the specific flavor of stoked I am about getting a starred review in Kirkus today, because if you’re going to be a writer you’re supposed to specialize in that sort of fine-toothed-comb distinction, right? but the seven-year-old boy inside me who used to write short stories on a manual typewriter just keeps giving me excited punches in the ribs and going “dude. dude. DUDE”

johndarnielle:

rachelfershleiser:

Sean is a consistently generous and sympathetic hero, and if the novel’s closing pages substitute ambiguity for plainspokenness, they highlight the book’s theme of finding things worth living for within physical and psychological despair. A pop culture–infused novel that thoughtfully and nonjudgmentally considers the dark side of nerddom.

(via WOLF IN WHITE VAN by John Darnielle | Kirkus)

Starred Kirkus for Wolk in White Van by John Darnielle!

I keep trying to find the words to express the specific flavor of stoked I am about getting a starred review in Kirkus today, because if you’re going to be a writer you’re supposed to specialize in that sort of fine-toothed-comb distinction, right? but the seven-year-old boy inside me who used to write short stories on a manual typewriter just keeps giving me excited punches in the ribs and going “dude. dude. DUDE”

misandrybusiness:

i officially lost control of my life and made a giles parody twitter

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