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Departure of the Witches
 Luis Ricardo Faléro, 1878
(thanks, hotcarrots)

Departure of the Witches

 Luis Ricardo Faléro, 1878

(thanks, hotcarrots)

tenideas:

Ten Ideas

with Ryan Williams and Taylor Moore

Episode 85: My Wife’s Salad

This week, filmmaker, libertine and friend of the show Kirk Larsen shows us the front of his hands, the back of his hands, where the little boy made of pop tarts lives in his condo, what happens when you don’t play by the rules, the future of barber vlogs, and just so much more. Start listening now; the pizza guy will be here soon.

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kirk larsen is a little boy

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corycavin:

wolfpupy:

God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man invents motorcycle. Babies live happily in old fish tank. I hollow out pumpkin and wear it for pants

I actually did the last thing.

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The luckiest lil’ pumpkin in the patch.

Montana’s Trail House Brings Morally Hazardous Appalachian Cuisine to Brooklyn

Oh dear me I do love a mean spirited restaurant review. Just so damn mean. So unnecessarily, irrationally mean. How I love it, hold it close, hold it up.

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wolfpupy:

God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man invents motorcycle. Babies live happily in old fish tank. I hollow out pumpkin and wear it for pants

kickstarter:

Potato Salad: Behind the scenes 

Salon.com is a great place for thought and thinking and politics and culture and just an all around great place that we should love and be grateful for because where would we be without Salon.com and all its incredible writers and employees and editors and every article is so well thought out and I think really gets both sides of an issue and the sort of things they put up are so good for our culture and for people and we are all definitely not rolling around in our own shit and kidding ourselves about everything.

Salon.com is a great place for thought and thinking and politics and culture and just an all around great place that we should love and be grateful for because where would we be without Salon.com and all its incredible writers and employees and editors and every article is so well thought out and I think really gets both sides of an issue and the sort of things they put up are so good for our culture and for people and we are all definitely not rolling around in our own shit and kidding ourselves about everything.