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wehadfacesthen:

Happy Mother’s Day [USA] from Norman Bates

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dcwomenkickingass:

I can die happy. Okay, I don’t mean now, but look - BabsGirl Batgirl sneakers.

Available now at Journeys.

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lauramcphee:

Glasses, 1950 (Walter Blum)

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This song just makes me wanna jump and dance like a crazy librarian… :D 

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neil-gaiman:

Ah, the first Google result was a tumblr…

youcouldbethatclever:

Beautiful Libraries  Neil Gaiman’s Personal Library (The Basement, Neil Gaiman’s Home)

Take the 3D tour here.

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Happy Birthday, Jason Bateman! 

Happy Birthday, Jason Bateman! 

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bookporn:

Happy Birthday, David Bowie!

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devanclara:

“When I was growing up, I was a voracious reader; I loved sitting in my house and jumping into new worlds. But more important, I loved meeting new people. Reading was a way to make friends or enemies, a way to discover how all these different people exist in the world and to rub shoulders with them. The ability to feel as if you’ve met someone, as if that person exists in flesh and blood and that you relate to them somehow, makes you feel a lot less lonely. And it also makes you feel very brave. When you read stories about triumph and about struggle and people coming to terms with how scary life is, you begin to think, “What could I take? What could I do? What would I do in that moment?”

-Amy Poehler

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byeblos:

readers [Francesca Capellini]

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