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humansofnewyork:

"My real name’s Ariel. So my stage name is Murdermaid."

fuck yeaaaaaaah

humansofnewyork:

"My real name’s Ariel. So my stage name is Murdermaid."

fuck yeaaaaaaah

On Amazon, as a Small Fish

brookemundell:

There were a couple of poignant articles recently in Harper’s and the New Yorker about Amazon, and the rise of Jeff Bezos from a mere book-assassin to all-round Monopoly Guy of Everything. It was really frightening, for a couple of reasons, and especially when coupled with this Radiolab about working conditions within Amazon storage facilities (hint: it involves the logic of “having ambulances parked outside is more cost efficient than proper ventilation”). As someone with little knowledge of economics/business (yeah, so my thesis was on french feminist linguistic movements), I can only comment on what it’s like to have to be roped in with these guys.

Book stores are dying. It’s true, and we’re killing them, just like we are killing our planet: with all the best intentions, or with simple ignorance. The people that come in to our store feel reverent, because we are one of the last of our kind. The reverence isn’t enough to pay the bills. So, we sell online.

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Brooke is taking it to the streets and by streets i mean bookshelves (real ones, not the ones on yr Kindle)

friendsandfamilyvt:

Starting tomorrow we’ll be counting down to Waking Windows! Our Tumblog will highlight a slew of bands which just-so-happen to be on our F+F Winooski stage. Be sure to check them out on May 3rd and RSVP on phacebukk!!!!!!! And also come to WW for the ENTIRE WEEKEND FOR ONLY $20 DUH! 
Tickets available OR $5 entry per stage at the door.
S/O to Angio.

check  us out

friendsandfamilyvt:

Starting tomorrow we’ll be counting down to Waking Windows! Our Tumblog will highlight a slew of bands which just-so-happen to be on our F+F Winooski stage. Be sure to check them out on May 3rd and RSVP on phacebukk!!!!!!! And also come to WW for the ENTIRE WEEKEND FOR ONLY $20 DUH!

Tickets available OR $5 entry per stage at the door.

S/O to Angio.

check  us out

(via garbage-grrl)

teppr:

sap boiling party at wheelock mountain farm, northeast kingdom vermont (april 2014)

Snow in April, syrup all summer

flowerfield:

thbrkfstshw:

march 22 2014
bye yard (i made annie’s mac and cheese cuz i  had to pack a lunch to this thing i was doing, but i ended up just eating that for breakfast cuz i woke up late. then yard went on tour and i now miss him)

hey that’s my pal

hey that’s my cutie

flowerfield:

thbrkfstshw:

march 22 2014

bye yard (i made annie’s mac and cheese cuz i  had to pack a lunch to this thing i was doing, but i ended up just eating that for breakfast cuz i woke up late. then yard went on tour and i now miss him)

hey that’s my pal

hey that’s my cutie

Who are we, if not measured by our impact on others? That’s who we are! We’re not who we say we are, we’re not who we want to be — we are the sum of the influence and impact that we have, in our lives, on others.

Neil deGrasse Tyson on Carl Sagan at yesterday’s Library of Congress event celebrating Sagan (via alesthetique)

(Source: , via lilah)

My lil’ buddies wearing the “Champlain Shamrocks” shirts i made for their 4H club. i made twenty-eight total. i don’t even think they’re technically old enough to be in the club but whatever, you’re never too young to learn how to use a compass or a rifle.

throughkaleidscopeeyes:

By 13 years-old 53% of girls say they are unhappy with their bodies. When were we happy? Marie C. photographed and interviewed 4-8 year old girls and asked them what they liked about their bodies to find out.

i LiKE MY BODY BECAUSE iTS MAGiC

(Source: interruptmag.com, via mountsolitrin)