July292014
6PM
Massachusetts is the cat’s meow for feline lovers.

Massachusetts is the cat’s meow for feline lovers.

12AM
getoutoftherecat:

no cat, you are not a Diet Coke. (you do seem pretty caffeinated though.)

getoutoftherecat:

no cat, you are not a Diet Coke. (you do seem pretty caffeinated though.)

12AM

ydrill:

Cats in piles

(via katemacetak)

July282014

Anonymous said: maybe something from The End of Us universe - perhaps from the MJ1 press tour?

hiccupbuddies:

I sort of already did this. Back before I moved Hiccupbuddies from a sideblog to a main blog I wrote a sorta sequel to The End of Us but I didn’t include it in my list of fanfics because I am not proud of it.

So it’s below the cut if you want to read it, it’s called “This is the last time” published around June 12, 2014

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11PM

The countries of Europe (inspired by x)

(Source: alaskayoung, via katemacetak)

11PM

idea-lab:

Amazon: The thousand datapoints of the Amazon Empire will descend upon you. Our delivery drones will blot out the sun.
Libraries: Then we will lend in the shade. 

(via theinnkeeperlibrarian)

11PM

(Source: fratniss, via anonalece)

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artofprayer:

Called the “City of 1001 Churches,” Ani stood on various trade routes and its many religious buildings, palaces, and fortifications were amongst the most technically and artistically advanced structures in the world.

At its height, Ani had a population of 100,000–200,000 people and was the rival of Constantinople, Baghdad and Damascus. Long ago renowned for its splendor and magnificence, Ani was abandoned and largely forgotten following the earthquake of 1319.

(via fabien-euskadi)

11PM

teslaarmor:

Me: Joins tumblr for fun

Me: starts to critically analyze almost every aspect of modern society 

(via bigdhutch)

11PM
library-lessons:

-via The Literacy Site

library-lessons:

-via The Literacy Site

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accident-and-emergence:

weirdfoxes:

Traveling alone has been everything except lonely for me.

Travelling alone, especially on a bus or train when you can be a passive observer of the land moving past you is honestly one of my favourite things in the world.

(via baronesskika)

11PM

via books0977:
Death in the Library. Philip Ketchum. Dell Books #1, published 1943. Cover art by William Strohmer. The first Dell paperback.
World War II contributed to the boom for paperbacks, many targeting GIs. The taste for hard-boiled crime writing was reflected in Dell’s first paperback, Death in the Library.






Frankly, I’m surprised no one ever committed murder over the public access internet computers at one library where I worked… things could get UGLY.

via books0977:

Death in the Library. Philip Ketchum. Dell Books #1, published 1943. Cover art by William Strohmer. The first Dell paperback.

World War II contributed to the boom for paperbacks, many targeting GIs. The taste for hard-boiled crime writing was reflected in Dell’s first paperback, Death in the Library.

Frankly, I’m surprised no one ever committed murder over the public access internet computers at one library where I worked… things could get UGLY.

(via theinnkeeperlibrarian)

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