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You were the one, and you were the only one.

— Gia, (1998)

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I catch myself still hoping sometimes.
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Her beauty drowned me. As I sat in front of her I felt that I would do anything mad for her, anything she asked of me. She was color, brilliance, strangeness.

— Anais Nin, Henry and June (via daphnesayshi)

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tardise:

Sappho, translated by Anne Carson.

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Happy 25th birthday, Daniel Jacob Radcliffe! (July 23, 1989)

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You carry away with you a reflection of me, a part of me. I dreamed you, I wished for your existence. You will always be part of my life. If I love you, it must be because we have shared at some time the same imaginings, the same madness, the same stage.

— Anaïs Nin, Henry and June (via decembrist)

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You know that thing that happens to lesbians in high school? How we strike up a really intense best-friendship with a straight girl, who’s really into it, and we convince ourselves that friends is good, right? Until she gets a boyfriend; we hate that poor asshole with the white hot heat of a thousand suns, right, because he’s not worthy or whatever— and, he’s probably a decent enough person as guys go. Because what’s really happening, is that we’re in love with our friend.

— Nicky Nichols, Orange is the New Black  (via indie-rper-blackbird)

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Newest comic collab with Sarah Andersen (Doodle Time)!
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Newest comic collab with Sarah Andersen (Doodle Time)!

College is starting soon, if you need textbooks: visit SlugBooks and find the cheapest prices on all the best book sites.

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todayinhistory:

July 22nd 2011: Norway terror attacks

On this day in 2011, the 7/22 attacks occurred in Oslo and Utøya, Norway. In Oslo, a car bomb was set off near prominent government buildings killing eight people and injuring 209. The second attack under two hours later in Utøya took place at a Norwegian Labour Party (the ruling party) youth summer camp on the island. There, a gunman killed 69 and injured 110. Four days after the devastating events, 150,000 Norwegians gathered in Oslo carrying roses in memory of those who were killed in the attacks. Anders Behring Breivik, a right-wing extremist, was arrested on Utøya island and subsequently found guilty of both attacks. The brutal attacks were the deadliest in Norway since World War Two and three years on we remember all of the 77 victims of this senseless violence.

"Evil can kill a human being but never defeat a people"
- Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg after the attacks

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