continuants:

nbcsnl:

Marvel. Ummm, yeah.

FANCY GHOSTS FOREVER

andersoncountylibrary:

thebaconsandwichofregret:

superdoctorstarkidpotterlock:

DO YOU EVER SEE SOMETHING SO POORLY WRITTEN THAT YOU ACTUALLY REWRITE IT IN YOUR HEAD AS YOU’RE READING ALONG

sometimes books are so bad I take them back to the library, go to a bookshop and buy the damn thing so i can correct it in red ink as i go along without getting fined for defacing public property

We thank you for not defacing the library books. :)

librarianbyday:

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The Future of Books Is Hypertext! No. It’s POD! No. It’s Enhanced E-Books! Apps! Netflix for Books! None of Those? Wait. It’s Cloud Storage!

Nothing myself or others haven’t been saying for years, but still nice to see someone who isn’t a librarian say it.

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police keep everyone on the sidewalk while the allied group continues protesting.
September 28th
iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police keep everyone on the sidewalk while the allied group continues protesting.
September 28th
iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police keep everyone on the sidewalk while the allied group continues protesting.
September 28th
iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police keep everyone on the sidewalk while the allied group continues protesting.
September 28th
iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police keep everyone on the sidewalk while the allied group continues protesting.
September 28th
iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police keep everyone on the sidewalk while the allied group continues protesting.
September 28th
iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police keep everyone on the sidewalk while the allied group continues protesting.
September 28th
iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police keep everyone on the sidewalk while the allied group continues protesting.
September 28th
iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police keep everyone on the sidewalk while the allied group continues protesting.
September 28th
iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police keep everyone on the sidewalk while the allied group continues protesting.
September 28th

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police keep everyone on the sidewalk while the allied group continues protesting.

September 28th

madnessvendor:

(by oldoinyo)| North Carolina, US

(Source: deletingmyself)

(Source: corinnemucha)

"Students of library history, therefore, must not look upon the library as an isolated phenomenon or as something which has been struck off the brains of individuals in moments of philanthropic zeal. The universal emergence of the library as a public institution between 1850 and 1890 suggests the presence of common causes working to a common end. From the point of view of history as well as from that of contemporary conditions the library needs to be studied in the light of sociology, economics, and other branches of human knowledge."

Arnold Borden, 1931

I’m workin on it, Borden.

(via audiellen)

yellowstardrea:

'The only thing I know is that I create because I need to, and I create whatever passes through my head without any other consideration.' 🌹🌻🌹🌻#DIY #Handmade #MexicanHeritage #PinterestInspired #TissuePaper #Flowers #TissuePaperFlowers #PaperFlowers #Photobooth #Backdrop #EventDecorating #EventDecorator

Chest deep, I risked my phone’s life to take this

(Source: enlightened-globetrotter)

heysoulsestra:

zenpencils:

SHONDA RHIMES ‘A screenwriter’s advice’

“If you trust in yourself…and believe in your dreams…and follow your star… you’ll still get beaten by people who spent their time working hard and learning things and weren’t so lazy.” - Terry Pratchett (Wee Free Men) heysoulsestra:

zenpencils:

SHONDA RHIMES ‘A screenwriter’s advice’

“If you trust in yourself…and believe in your dreams…and follow your star… you’ll still get beaten by people who spent their time working hard and learning things and weren’t so lazy.” - Terry Pratchett (Wee Free Men) heysoulsestra:

zenpencils:

SHONDA RHIMES ‘A screenwriter’s advice’

“If you trust in yourself…and believe in your dreams…and follow your star… you’ll still get beaten by people who spent their time working hard and learning things and weren’t so lazy.” - Terry Pratchett (Wee Free Men) heysoulsestra:

zenpencils:

SHONDA RHIMES ‘A screenwriter’s advice’

“If you trust in yourself…and believe in your dreams…and follow your star… you’ll still get beaten by people who spent their time working hard and learning things and weren’t so lazy.” - Terry Pratchett (Wee Free Men) heysoulsestra:

zenpencils:

SHONDA RHIMES ‘A screenwriter’s advice’

“If you trust in yourself…and believe in your dreams…and follow your star… you’ll still get beaten by people who spent their time working hard and learning things and weren’t so lazy.” - Terry Pratchett (Wee Free Men) heysoulsestra:

zenpencils:

SHONDA RHIMES ‘A screenwriter’s advice’

“If you trust in yourself…and believe in your dreams…and follow your star… you’ll still get beaten by people who spent their time working hard and learning things and weren’t so lazy.” - Terry Pratchett (Wee Free Men)

heysoulsestra:

zenpencils:

SHONDA RHIMES ‘A screenwriter’s advice’

“If you trust in yourself…and believe in your dreams…and follow your star… you’ll still get beaten by people who spent their time working hard and learning things and weren’t so lazy.” - Terry Pratchett (Wee Free Men)

realgirlfitspo:

because-healthy-is-sexy:

MelVFitness posted this image on instagram a few days ago with the following caption: 

"Check out my transformation! It took me 15 minutes. Wanna know my secret? Well firstly I ditched the phonewallet cause that shit is lame, swapped my bather bottoms to black (cause they’re a size bigger & black is slimming), smothered on some fake tan, clipped in my hair extensions, stood up a bit taller, sucked in my guts, popped my hip- threw in a skinny arm, stood a bit wider #boxgap, pulled my shoulders back and added a bit of a cheeky “I’m so proud of my results” smile. Zoomed in on the before pic- zoomed out on the after & added a filter. Cause filters make everything awesome.

What’s my point? Don’t be deceived by what you see in magazines & on Instagram. You never see the dozens of other pics they took that weren’t as flattering.” 

http://bit.ly/MVFvoornafoto 

This is amazing.

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