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The Shrine / An Argument
by Fleet Foxes with 1,907 plays


The Shrine / An Argument | Fleet Foxes

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This EP is beautiful, not to mention the video…breathtaking.

Novo Amor - “Holland”

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I thought they edited his voice or some shit for smaug I had no idea he could actually do that

same holy shit

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My therapist just told me a joke.




So this girl walks up to another girl and says “Hey, have you heard of the Bechdel Test?”

And the other girl says, “Yeah, my boyfriend was telling me about it the other day!”


*punches the air*

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Hawkeye #19 was well worth the wait. I thought nothing would ever top Pizza Dog.

#19 is mostly in sign language with very little subtitles showing just how awesome the medium of comics can be.

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“There is a crack in everything.
That’s how the light gets in.”

Leonard CohenSelected Poems, 1956-1968 (via feellng)

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“Growing up, I didn’t read novels by women. It’s not that I didn’t want to. It’s almost like I didn’t think that I needed to or, I guess, I didn’t know that I needed to. I was perfectly happy in a world contained by men. I adopted the posture of the brooding male as my own. I was Salinger, I was Kerouac, I was any male protagonist in a novel that one of my boyfriends recommended. I didn’t know that there was a specific female sadness so I was content with relating to a generalized one. And in a way, reading these novels was less of a way to relate and more of a way to learn how to be the type of girl that these male novelists liked. One of my first ambitions wasn’t to be a writer – it was to be a writer’s muse.”

Gabby Bess, in Dazed (via electric-cereal)

I think this is why reading Jane Eyre felt like being punched upside the head with the light of reason. Because suddenly I could identify with the character so easily, I didn’t have to try and force my already fairly shaky teenage identity into a male mould. Jane Eyre welcomed me with a purely female rage.

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night vale is full of thought provoking humour and beautifully inspirational monologues but “subway? more like wowza” will always be one of the best things it’s ever come up with

it’s right at the top of the list with “what’s an egg” and “i never knew school cleaning appliances were so strong”

"Mountains? More like nothings" 

"Nice try, giant worms.

"And I was like, whatever, rich guy!”

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I keep hearing people on the teevee rant about “forced diversity” and “PC fascism” and it makes me wonder how these alternate-universe broadcasts are reaching me here in this world where John Constantine has to be straight and pharaohs are being played by squinty Australian white guys.

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