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  2. Every one of us is losing something precious to us. Lost opportunities, lost possibilities, feelings we can never get back again. That’s part of what it means to be alive. But inside our heads — at least that’s where I imagine it — there’s a little room where we store those memories.
    — Haruki Murakami, Kafka on the Shore (via millionen)
     
  3. sinuhexavier:

Davide Berruto of Shelter half rides through a grove of joshua trees in Death Valley, CA. 2014
Photo: sinuhexavier

    sinuhexavier:

    Davide Berruto of Shelter half rides through a grove of joshua trees in Death Valley, CA. 2014

    Photo: sinuhexavier

    (via youcamearound)

     
  4. likeafieldmouse:

    Mungo Thomson - Negative Space (2006)

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  6. One suspects that we have not eliminated the concept of second-class citizenship so much as replaced it with second-tier humanity—a category all the more durable because the denial of the title of ‘citizen’ masks its true hypocrisy.
    — Jelani Cobb on the ways in which today’s border crisis harks back to the civil-rights struggle: http://nyr.kr/1nl9Mt6 (via newyorker)

    (Source: newyorker.com, via newyorker)

     
  7. We must be insistently aware of how space can be made to hide consequences from us, how relations of power and discipline are inscribed into the apparently innocent spatiality of social life, how human geographies become filled with politics and ideology.
    — Edward Soja, 'Postmodern Geographies' (via a-garden-of-forking-paths)

    (Source: aidsnegligee, via anotherword)

     
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  10. onionboobs:


Waterfall amidst a mountain covered in ash after a volcano eruption. 
Taken in Iceland. 

    onionboobs:

    Waterfall amidst a mountain covered in ash after a volcano eruption. 

    Taken in Iceland. 

    (Source: nobodyiswatchingus, via indigoeight)

     
  11. So they always put a girl character in movies for someone to fall in love with?
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    my 7 year old son (astutely calling attention to the lack of female leads in action and adventure films).

    While watching Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz flirt in POTC On Stranger Tides my son asked me “Why is there always romance in every movie?” He had asked the same question last week when we watched Kirsten Dunst and Toby Maguire have their memorable moment in the rain in Spiderman. He’s 7 and not a fan of kissing scenes. I try to explain that many people, especially adults, enjoy romance so it’s a popular thing in movies.

    He responds with “So they always put a girl character in for someone to fall in love with?” And I am floored, because I realize the message Hollywood has sent my child is that you only need to include one female character - and it’s not so she can be the hero. If a 7 year old boy can recognize that women in action films are nothing but a plot device it is time for the film industry to admit they have a problem.

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  12. Buy this car to drive to work, drive to work to pay for this car.
    — Metric, Handshakes (via marlsart)
     
  13. lucy-likes-to-dream:

lucy-likes-to-dream:

untitled by 曾嘉源 on Flickr.
     
  14. It is June.
    I am tired of being brave.
     
  15. Your soul has fallen to bits and pieces. Good. Rearrange them to suit yourself.
    — Hermann Hesse, Steppenwolf (via kales)

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