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“ Keats, too, complained that Newton had destroyed the poetry of the rainbow by explaining it. By more general implication, science is poetry’s killjoy, dry and cold, cheerless, overbearing and lacking in everything that a young Romantic might desire. To proclaim the opposite is one purpose of this…It is my thesis that the spirit of wonder which led Blake to Christian mysticism, Keats to Arcadian myth and Yeats to Fenians and fairies, is the very same spirit that moves great scientists; a spirit which, if fed back to poets in scientific guise, might inspire still greater poetry.

— from "Unweaving the Rainbow", by Richard Dawkins

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22 July 14
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Hidden Lipstick Knife 11/28/13

safe travels xo

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Hidden Lipstick Knife 11/28/13

safe travels xo

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The 40 Year Old Virgin (2/8) Movie CLIP - Man O’ Lantern (2005) HD

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Can we stop waiting
for the life we want to live,
and live it instead?

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21 July 14
Keats & Newton turned 5 on Sunday! So many anniversaries ;)

Keats & Newton turned 5 on Sunday! So many anniversaries ;)

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Seeing as today is Hemingway’s birthday, and we’re a week away from the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, here’s a look at how he and other authors involved in the fighting saw The Great War and its aftermath.

Ernest Hemingway and Other Novelists on Their World War I Experiences

flavorpill:

Seeing as today is Hemingway’s birthday, and we’re a week away from the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, here’s a look at how he and other authors involved in the fighting saw The Great War and its aftermath.

Ernest Hemingway and Other Novelists on Their World War I Experiences

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Today, July 21, is Ernest Hemingway’s birthday. 
He invented the cocktail “Death in the Afternoon”. In a collection of celebrity recipes he instructed readers to “Pour one jigger absinthe into a Champagne glass. Add iced Champagne until it attains the proper opalescent milkiness. Drink three to five of these slowly.”

nprbooks:

Today, July 21, is Ernest Hemingway’s birthday.

He invented the cocktail “Death in the Afternoon”. In a collection of celebrity recipes he instructed readers to “Pour one jigger absinthe into a Champagne glass. Add iced Champagne until it attains the proper opalescent milkiness. Drink three to five of these slowly.”

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I want to fall to sleep with you,
and I could care less
whether it is in
layers upon layers
of clothing
or only our skin–
all I really want is to wake up
not knowing
where I end and you begin.
— Beau Taplin, "A Goodnight"  (via afadthatlastsforever)

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So many movies so little time

So many movies so little time

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Woodkid - Iron (Official Video)

New workout song

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It’s my most comfortable mode!

Kroll Show Season 2 - Episode 6: “Mother Daughter Sister Wife”

Click here to watch sketches from last night’s Kroll Show.

I don’t know why….but this made me laugh

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You are enough. You are so enough, it is unbelievable how enough you are.
— Sierra Boggess (via dorothyhuynh)

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