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    cracked:

You know The Warriors? Okay now imagine it’s not full of interesting characters, and it’s destroying your monthly budget.
4 Reasons You’ll Never Escape Your F***ing Cable Company

#3. You Probably Have No Other Cable Company to Choose
If you had a bad experience with one of the big companies, you can switch to another, right? For most of the country, no. During a recent congressional hearing on a Comcast-Time Warner merger, the Comcast CEO actually said that the merger would not squeeze any competitors out because each company already sticks to its territory. Just like gang members, or the most boring game of Risk ever.

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    cracked:

    You know The Warriors? Okay now imagine it’s not full of interesting characters, and it’s destroying your monthly budget.

    4 Reasons You’ll Never Escape Your F***ing Cable Company

    #3. You Probably Have No Other Cable Company to Choose

    If you had a bad experience with one of the big companies, you can switch to another, right? For most of the country, no. During a recent congressional hearing on a Comcast-Time Warner merger, the Comcast CEO actually said that the merger would not squeeze any competitors out because each company already sticks to its territory. Just like gang members, or the most boring game of Risk ever.

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    — 1 day ago with 160 notes
    #cable companies  #i want to cut the cord  #but I want to watch Tour de France  #and premier league football  #i am screwed 
    newyorker:

To help you navigate our newly unlocked content, we’ve created themed collections of New Yorker classics. Fiction editor Deborah Treisman introduces our Love Stories Collection.
Elliott Erwitt/Magnum

    newyorker:

    To help you navigate our newly unlocked content, we’ve created themed collections of New Yorker classics. Fiction editor Deborah Treisman introduces our Love Stories Collection.

    Elliott Erwitt/Magnum

    (Source: newyorker.com)

    — 1 day ago with 447 notes
    #this image was the cover for a fairground attraction album  #the first of a million kisses  #fairground attraction 
    victoriousvocabulary:

Darren Aronofsky Adapting Futuristic ‘MaddAddam’ Book Trilogy As HBO Series
I am partially excited and partially terrified.
Atwood + Aronofsky + HBO should = excellence but sometimes the big and little screens tend to remove relevant subtleties and unnecessarily Anglocise or beautify characters to make it more palatable to its target market.

    victoriousvocabulary:

    Darren Aronofsky Adapting Futuristic ‘MaddAddam’ Book Trilogy As HBO Series

    I am partially excited and partially terrified.

    Atwood + Aronofsky + HBO should = excellence but sometimes the big and little screens tend to remove relevant subtleties and unnecessarily Anglocise or beautify characters to make it more palatable to its target market.

    — 3 days ago with 208 notes
    #madd addam  #i am excite!!! 
    "The Ghost of a Flea" by William Blake, as tattooed on the back of "The Bridge" character Eleanor Nacht (Franka Potente). Kindly identified by tumblr genius anon-hex.
Painting synopsis from the Tate Gallery: John Varley – an artist, astrologer and close friend of Blake – reported in his Treatise on Zodiacal Physiognomy (1882) that Blake once had a spiritual vision of a ghost of a flea and that ‘This spirit visited his imagination in such a figure as he never anticipated in an insect.’ While drawing the spirit it told the artist that all fleas were inhabited by the souls of men who were ‘by nature bloodthirsty to excess’. In the painting it holds a cup for blood-drinking and stares eagerly towards it. Blake’s amalgamation of man and beast suggests a human character marred by animalistic traits.

    "The Ghost of a Flea" by William Blake, as tattooed on the back of "The Bridge" character Eleanor Nacht (Franka Potente). Kindly identified by tumblr genius anon-hex.

    Painting synopsis from the Tate Gallery: John Varley – an artist, astrologer and close friend of Blake – reported in his Treatise on Zodiacal Physiognomy (1882) that Blake once had a spiritual vision of a ghost of a flea and that ‘This spirit visited his imagination in such a figure as he never anticipated in an insect.’ While drawing the spirit it told the artist that all fleas were inhabited by the souls of men who were ‘by nature bloodthirsty to excess’. In the painting it holds a cup for blood-drinking and stares eagerly towards it. Blake’s amalgamation of man and beast suggests a human character marred by animalistic traits.

    — 1 week ago with 1 note
    #Eleanor Nacht  #the bridge fx  #i have the cold chills now  #also maybe the piss jitters 
    anon-hex:

William Blake’s The Ghost of a Flea. Was this what Eleanor Nacht had tattooed?! What a bamf character .

Yes! That’s it! I feel better for knowing and yet remain wholly unsettled by Eleanor.

    anon-hex:

    William Blake’s The Ghost of a Flea. Was this what Eleanor Nacht had tattooed?! What a bamf character .

    Yes! That’s it! I feel better for knowing and yet remain wholly unsettled by Eleanor.

    — 1 week ago with 6 notes
    #the bridge fx  #Eleanor Nacht  #tat mystery number 1 solved! 

    actresssinger7:

    A Masterclass in Acting: A Novel by Tatiana Maslany

    (via rottentomatoes)

    — 1 week ago with 17575 notes
    #tatiana maslany  #reblog until emmy  #orphan black 
    norhuu:

The moment I stoped breathing while watching snowpiercer.

    norhuu:

    The moment I stoped breathing while watching snowpiercer.

    — 1 week ago with 164 notes
    #me too me too  #snowpiercer  #mindfucking film fucked my mind 
    papress:

In 1971, Marguerite Hart, the first children’s librarian at the Troy Public Library, contacted a number of public figures asking them to write about the importance of libraries and about their experiences of reading. This was author E. B. White’s response. More reflections on the significance of libraries can be found in The Public Library: A Photographic Essay by Robert Dawson.

    papress:

    In 1971, Marguerite Hart, the first children’s librarian at the Troy Public Library, contacted a number of public figures asking them to write about the importance of libraries and about their experiences of reading. This was author E. B. White’s response. 

    More reflections on the significance of libraries can be found in The Public Library: A Photographic Essay by Robert Dawson.

    (via powells)

    — 1 week ago with 197 notes
    #eb white  #lovely thoughts about books