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genocidercyo:

clockey:

you’re the window to my wall

you’re the sweat that drips down my balls

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inkstainedmoon:
Does NPR ever offer positions to highschool students?

npr:

No. Here’s my advice for you, if you’re in high school: Don’t worry about your job or career at this point. Try as many things as possible. If you want to make radio, make radio. If you want to join a band, join a band. Be curious, be open, don’t be locked in. Take a job to make some money but don’t worry about what it is. I worked in a swim club and read books for a summer. It was fun. 

There’s enough time to think about this stuff later. Life is not a resume; a resume is not a life. 

sickpage:

Kaspar Bossers
overpass 3, 2012

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[TOP 100 MOVIES]

A film by Arthur Penn
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

Producer: Tatira Hiller, Warner Bros, Warren Beaty
Screenplay: David Newman, Robert Benton
Cinematography: Burnett Guffey

"They’re young, they’re in love and they kill people." was the effective publicity line of this most stylish and uncompromising of gangster pictures based on a true story. In this film, the bank robbers are portrayed as heroic and romantic-star-crosses-lovers caught up in a whirl of violence and passion, meticulously evoked by posed photographes in sepia. The black comedy moves inevitably toward the much imitated ending in slow motion-the pair die in a hail of bullets.

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Timestamp: 1408644523

[TOP 100 MOVIES]

A film by Arthur Penn
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

Producer: Tatira Hiller, Warner Bros, Warren Beaty
Screenplay: David Newman, Robert Benton
Cinematography: Burnett Guffey

"They’re young, they’re in love and they kill people." was the effective publicity line of this most stylish and uncompromising of gangster pictures based on a true story. In this film, the bank robbers are portrayed as heroic and romantic-star-crosses-lovers caught up in a whirl of violence and passion, meticulously evoked by posed photographes in sepia. The black comedy moves inevitably toward the much imitated ending in slow motion-the pair die in a hail of bullets.

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nprcodeswitch:

At 73, Man Finally Gets Diploma Denied For Defying Segregation”:

In 1959, Galesburg banned Earley from graduating and denied him a diploma after he and other African-Americans had a picnic in a park that was unofficially off-limits to blacks.

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Timestamp: 1408643942

nprcodeswitch:

At 73, Man Finally Gets Diploma Denied For Defying Segregation”:

In 1959, Galesburg banned Earley from graduating and denied him a diploma after he and other African-Americans had a picnic in a park that was unofficially off-limits to blacks.

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glitthery:

🌸

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ronaldcmerchant:

FM# 35-a great cover-I cherish my copy.

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Timestamp: 1408643906

ronaldcmerchant:

FM# 35-a great cover-I cherish my copy.

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wildwillo:

juliettegomes:

pepahh:

this gets me so hard

apparently this was johnny and winona meeting for the first time they broke up or something

Omgggggg cryin

This makes my life

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Timestamp: 1408643872

wildwillo:

juliettegomes:

pepahh:

this gets me so hard

apparently this was johnny and winona meeting for the first time they broke up or something

Omgggggg cryin

This makes my life

(Source: becauseitsjohnnydepp, via nubise)