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In Time of Peril by Edmund Blair Leighton, 1897.
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In the opening of Moby Dick, Melville hints at a vision of excess and the limits of perception in Ishmael’s reflection in the “Loomings” chapter. I can’t help but think that the senseless sense, a sense made of the negation of all others, is a prime motivator for Ishmael’s…


Gerd Ludwig - Chernobyl
A radiation sign along the road near Pripyat warns of the menace. The tranquility of the sight on an evening of heavy snowfall belies the lingering danger looming in the peaceful winter landscape. Near Pripyat, Ukraine 2011
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I say I love my family my books the rain I say I love jelly beans Ella Fitzgerald Mark Twain but
How long does that list have to go on
Before I can add on: “me.”

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How long does it take for the dialogue
to change from “I’m fat.” “No, you’re beautiful.”
“I’m fat.” “And you’re beautiful.”


why do advertisers sexualize female m&ms

why do advertisers assign gender to m&ms

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“Cease, cows, life is short.”
R.I.P. Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez (1927-2014)

"Gabriel José de la Concordia Garcí­a Márquez is a Colombian novelist, short-story writer, screenwriter and journalist. Garcí­a Márquez, familiarly known as "Gabo" in his native country, is considered one of the most significant authors of the 20th century. In 1982, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature."

His works include: Love in the Time of Cholera, One Hundred Years of Solitude, Memories of Melancholy Whores.

Charles Baudelaire, Flowers of Evil, (1857)

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