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  3. It’s official!  

     

  4. hanitjemars:

    The Un-American Graffiti (and a bulk of season 3) was the worst episode of Veronica Mars, Couch Baron from Television Without Pity REFUSED to recapped the episode a decade ago.

    I found it hilarious and he was correct. If I were him, I would refuse to even watch the episode too.

    A lot of people point to “Lord of the Pi’s” as the worst episode ever (and for very good reasons), but I have always believed that “Un-American Graffiti” is BY FAR the worst for its after school special vibe and OOC-ness.  Interestingly, when I was doing my re-watch earlier this year, it had way fewer links on streaming websites (my DVDs were on a different continent) than any other episode…maybe the internet agrees with me.  I don’t watch OUAT, but can believe based on this episode that anything else written by this writer is terrible.

     
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  6. flyartproductions:

    Tell me something: where your boss at?

    Martin van Meytens, Marie Antoinette (age 12) 1767 / Diva, Beyonce

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  8. jainz:

    Woman speaks out against misogynistic abuse and is met with misogynistic abuse from men who believe misogynistic abuse doesn’t exist and that she should stop making them look bad.

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  9. "Our work is primarily musical, as shown by the programs rendered, otherwise Alpha Chi Omega differs not from college fraternities—our rites are as mysterious, our vows as binding, and our goat quite as ferocious."
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    Allegheny College magazine c. 1895

    Happy Founders’ Day, ladies.  

     

  10. "I think that prosecuting some college kid because she shared a file is a lot like sending somebody to Australia 200 years ago for poaching his lordship’s rabbit. That’s how it must seem to poor people who just want to watch a crappy movie for free after they’ve been working themselves to death all day at Tesco."
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    The Best Quotes From Iggy Pop’s “Free Music in a Capitalist Society” BBC Lecture (via flavorpill)

    Adding a different point of view to my thoughts on the value of art.

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