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Hola, soy Rick. I'm 25 years old. I live in Puerto Rico. I probably totally like you.

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Dënver — “Lo que quieras”

Listen.

You probably think that you don’t need a Spanish indie pop song that samples the freaking theme from Jurassic Park in your life but, trust me, you very much do.

And you’re very welcome.

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mademoisellekary:

archatlas:

Viejo San Juan Christopher Rose

Old San Juan, Puerto Rico💕

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batgirlofburnside:

Comics are best when enjoyed with imagination.

You give an adult a piece of fiction, and the adult cannot handle it. The adult begins to ask, “How can Batman afford to run a business and be Batman at night?” “How do the lasers come out of Superman’s eyes?” “Why does he wear those clothes?” And all you want to say is, “Because it’s not real!”
— Grant Morrison

batgirlofburnside:

Comics are best when enjoyed with imagination.

You give an adult a piece of fiction, and the adult cannot handle it. The adult begins to ask, “How can Batman afford to run a business and be Batman at night?” “How do the lasers come out of Superman’s eyes?” “Why does he wear those clothes?” And all you want to say is, “Because it’s not real!”

Grant Morrison

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winkbooks:

Little Nemo in Slumberland – The full run of Winsor McCay’s beautiful, psychedelic comics of over 100 years ago

Little Nemo in Slumberland: So Many Splendid Sundays!
by Winsor McCay
Sunday Press Books
2005, 120 pages, 16.2 x 21.1 x 0.8 inches
$525 Buy a copy on Amazon

One hundred years ago Sunday newspaper comics were a big deal. They were published, as all newspapers were then, on huge tabloid sheets that opened up as large as a table. Printed in full color, they played the role that movies, TV, and the Internet combined would later play in entertainment. Their huge canvases carried the pop culture of the day. Among the many popular “strips” from that era, one stands out for its artistic brilliance: Little Nemo. Cast as the dreams of a sleeping boy, these large, swelling visions were psychedelic, surreal and hallucinogenic trips. And totally beautiful. This one-of-a-kind book reproduces the full run of this comic from 1905 onward at the same scale and quality of the original. Opening its pages today is still magical, and only hints at how amazing it would have been 100 years ago. This is truly a book that only works printed on paper. It is a remarkable work of art in itself. – Kevin Kelly

July 22, 2014

GIMME IT

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kateordie:

bevsi:

if-dementors-were-pink:

can we just take a moment to imagine little cute nine-year-old hermione reading matilda

and peering into this book about a smart, bookish girl who could move things with her mind

and then can you imagine her concentrating very hard on the books on the bookshelf and slowly, slowly, getting them to move

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Sometimes I get huffy about tumblr but then I see that 260,000 people got the same kind of chills I did reading this…

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We follow the bait and the fish, hooked. We follow the fate and the wish. Cooked. Silent on our toes. Walk soft, like whispers.

Aimee Bender, “Debbieland”

You guys know that thing? That thing when you’re reading and suddenly realize that what you’re reading sounds like music in your head? That the words are actually beats and rhythms? That the sentences actually are and always have been jazz riffs? That thing? You know?

Aimee Bender’s stories are, like, really good at doing that thing.

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jessicaexplainsitall:

ricktimus:

Oh man. Where is this from? Very relevant to my dork-ass interests.

Reblogging this again because, ricktimus I found this/IT.


Jessica and Captain Sarah to the rescue!

jessicaexplainsitall:

ricktimus:

Oh man. Where is this from? Very relevant to my dork-ass interests.

Reblogging this again because, ricktimus I found this/IT.

Jessica and Captain Sarah to the rescue!

(Source: doskapozora)

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enginedynamicsinc:

July 20 th 1969 : Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on Apollo 11. Neil Armstrong became the first to actually step onto the moon six hours after landing on July 21 1969.

enginedynamicsinc:

July 20 th 1969 : Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on Apollo 11. Neil Armstrong became the first to actually step onto the moon six hours after landing on July 21 1969.

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