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and then there are some who
believe that old
relationships can be
revived and made new
again.

but please
if you feel that way

don’t phone
don’t write
don’t arrive.

— Charles Bukowski

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Opening lines diagrammed

All this happened, more or less.

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newyorker:

The next Thanksgivukkah will be in the year 79811. Here’s a song for a once-in-a-lifetime portmanteau holiday: http://nyr.kr/1aYBGna

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narcotic:

potter-who-locked:

oldfuckingsport:

I just saw this ad playing before a youtube video and I had to stop and watch the whole thing. Incredible.

Watch this. Now

This video is a 1 minute and 14 second video that is definitely worth your time. 

Glad I saw this.

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newyorker:

The Bay Psalm Book, expected to sell today for up to thirty million dollars, could become the world’s most expensive book. Casey N. Cep looks at the story behind the first English-language book printed in America: http://nyr.kr/If1O3E

“Psalters are an unfamiliar genre for many, even those who worship regularly. Psalm-singing had for centuries been the demesne of a hand-picked choir, but the English Reformation invited the voices of the entire congregation. This printing of the Psalms in verse, set to meter, allowed them to be sung by all. Thus the Bay Psalm Book is a kind of hymnal.”

Photograph by Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty.

newyorker:

The Bay Psalm Book, expected to sell today for up to thirty million dollars, could become the world’s most expensive book. Casey N. Cep looks at the story behind the first English-language book printed in America: http://nyr.kr/If1O3E

“Psalters are an unfamiliar genre for many, even those who worship regularly. Psalm-singing had for centuries been the demesne of a hand-picked choir, but the English Reformation invited the voices of the entire congregation. This printing of the Psalms in verse, set to meter, allowed them to be sung by all. Thus the Bay Psalm Book is a kind of hymnal.”

Photograph by Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty.

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Harvey Nichols

Ideas, ideas, ideas…

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