Things I Feel Positively Towards

I complain too much.
These are things I enjoy not complaining about.

YN Rich Kids becomes Da Rich Kidzz, drops this nice song about back to school called My Limo and its bangin.

My friends the trolls (at The Fremont Troll) View high resolution

My friends the trolls (at The Fremont Troll)

Another reason why people grow sad when they look at the water of the lake is perhaps that the lake offers them an escape from the tawdry, nagging little responsibilities of the day that go with being a citizen and a breadwinner. Not that it invites to suicide. Quite the reverse; it invites to living. To doing something that has a sweep to it; that has a swagger to it. To setting sail for strange ports where strange adventures wait.
— Ben Hecht “The Lake”
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Tourists atop the Chicago Tribune building look down on the Chicago River, the site of Old Fort Dearborn.Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic
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Tourists atop the Chicago Tribune building look down on the Chicago River, the site of Old Fort Dearborn.
Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic

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Women use compact mirrors in packed crowd to catch sight of the queen in London, June 1966.Photograph by James P. Blair, National Geographic
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Women use compact mirrors in packed crowd to catch sight of the queen in London, June 1966.
Photograph by James P. Blair, National Geographic

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A balloon vendor runs across a road with a trailing mass of balloons in Buenos Aires, November 1921.Photograph by Newton W. Gulick, National Geographic
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A balloon vendor runs across a road with a trailing mass of balloons in Buenos Aires, November 1921.
Photograph by Newton W. Gulick, National Geographic

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A herd of aligned giraffes walk across savanna grass in Africa, May 1910.Photograph by A. Dugmore, National Geographic
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A herd of aligned giraffes walk across savanna grass in Africa, May 1910.Photograph by A. Dugmore, National Geographic

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Boys exploring cave with flashlights look up in wonder near Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, March 1957.Photograph by Volkmar K. Wentzel, National Geographic

I think the only era where people actually look markedly different based on time period is the 50s. And maybe the 1700s when boys still wore those silly wigs. This is awesome. View high resolution

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Boys exploring cave with flashlights look up in wonder near Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, March 1957.Photograph by Volkmar K. Wentzel, National Geographic

I think the only era where people actually look markedly different based on time period is the 50s. And maybe the 1700s when boys still wore those silly wigs. This is awesome.

theclearlydope:

I would like Facebook to change the event invites to the following:
ARE YOU GOING?
Yes / Bitch I might Be / No

Seems like a reasonable answer.

theclearlydope:

I would like Facebook to change the event invites to the following:

ARE YOU GOING?

Yes / Bitch I might Be / No

Seems like a reasonable answer.

(via mattbelly)

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A replica of the Mayflower sails into New York Harbor with a welcoming fleet, November 1957.Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic
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A replica of the Mayflower sails into New York Harbor with a welcoming fleet, November 1957.
Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic

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