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Jul

sweaterpawz:

ITS SO FUCKING ANNOYING WHEN PEOPLE THINK THEY’RE TOO GOOD FOR POP MUSIC AND THAT THEY’RE SPECIAL FOR LISTENING TO MUSIC THAT ISN’T “MAINSTREAM” LIKE CONGRATULATIONS YOU’RE A PRICK WOULD YOU LIKE A STATUE MADE IN YOUR HONOR

(Source: cooldog1996)

staircasespirits:

theamericankid:

“Today I’m going to be magnificent.” That’s the spirit, dog.

for anyone who says only cats are little shits

ejacutastic:

kill the imposter

ejacutastic:

kill the imposter

(Source: blaaargh)

to every bug i have ever killed i am sorry :/

durbikins:

…sorry that your bitch asses came into my house uninvited

(Source: nahr4lma)

explore-blog:

Aldous Huxley, born 120 years ago today, on drugs, democracy, and religion.

explore-blog:

Aldous Huxley, born 120 years ago today, on drugs, democracy, and religion.

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foreverneilyoung:

Love Art Blues | CSNY

michaelcomeau:

Who You Gonna Call? HAROLD RAMIS

michaelcomeau:

Who You Gonna Call? HAROLD RAMIS

Bookstores almost always fail not because of e-books, but because of rent increases. This is true of a lot of interesting, marginal businesses, especially in cities with housing bubbles (and Victoria is not cheap.) Prices go out of line with income, rents follow, and interesting stores which need low rent die. So you wind up with a whole bunch of chain stores or boutiques operations selling overpriced goods and services who can make the rent.

Why Bookstores live or die (via azspot)

So many small businesses in my town have gone out of business or had to relocate because of rent increases, often rather steep increases.

(via dendroica)