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theparisreview:

“It’s a curious thing to think of Charles Darwin sitting alone, closely studying photographic portraits of the afflicted and insane. But in the late 1860s, that’s exactly what he began doing: he sifted through portraits of kleptomaniacs, nymphomaniacs, sufferers of severe self-importance, hysteria, and general mania.”

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May 29
theparisreview:

“It’s a curious thing to think of Charles Darwin sitting alone, closely studying photographic portraits of the afflicted and insane. But in the late 1860s, that’s exactly what he began doing: he sifted through portraits of kleptomaniacs, nymphomaniacs, sufferers of severe self-importance, hysteria, and general mania.”
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explore-blog:

February 19, 1963: Betty Friedan publishes The Feminine Mystique, a turning point in the conversation on gender politics. Thank you for everything, Betty.

Feb 19
explore-blog:

February 19, 1963: Betty Friedan publishes The Feminine Mystique, a turning point in the conversation on gender politics. Thank you for everything, Betty.

Pending Appearances…

Feb 16
Pending Appearances…

better-angels-of-our-nature said: Do you know what the source is for the gifset of the homophobic interview you reblogged?

wilwheaton:

It’s from The Daily Show, but I don’t know which episode. The interviewer is Samantha Bee, who is magnificent.

Feb 15
Feb 15

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Posted on Thursday May 29th 2014 at 06:01pm.

theparisreview:

“It’s a curious thing to think of Charles Darwin sitting alone, closely studying photographic portraits of the afflicted and insane. But in the late 1860s, that’s exactly what he began doing: he sifted through portraits of kleptomaniacs, nymphomaniacs, sufferers of severe self-importance, hysteria, and general mania.”
For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.
theparisreview:

“It’s a curious thing to think of Charles Darwin sitting alone, closely studying photographic portraits of the afflicted and insane. But in the late 1860s, that’s exactly what he began doing: he sifted through portraits of kleptomaniacs, nymphomaniacs, sufferers of severe self-importance, hysteria, and general mania.”
For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

theparisreview:

“It’s a curious thing to think of Charles Darwin sitting alone, closely studying photographic portraits of the afflicted and insane. But in the late 1860s, that’s exactly what he began doing: he sifted through portraits of kleptomaniacs, nymphomaniacs, sufferers of severe self-importance, hysteria, and general mania.”

For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

inkcanada

Posted on Thursday May 29th 2014 at 10:42am. Its tags are listed below.

The difference between the almost right word and the right word is really a large matter - it’s the difference between the lightening bug and the lightening.
Mark Twain, quoted by Guillermo del Toro
explore-blog:

February 19, 1963: Betty Friedan publishes The Feminine Mystique, a turning point in the conversation on gender politics. Thank you for everything, Betty.

explore-blog:

February 19, 1963: Betty Friedan publishes The Feminine Mystique, a turning point in the conversation on gender politics. Thank you for everything, Betty.

inkcanada

Posted on Wednesday February 19th 2014 at 02:21pm. Its tags are listed below.

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For me, inspiration comes from a bunch of places: desperation, deadlines… A lot of times ideas will turn up when you’re doing something else. And, most of all, ideas come from confluence — they come from two things flowing together. They come, essentially, from daydreaming.

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Posted on Sunday February 16th 2014 at 09:01pm. Its tags are listed below.

Pending Appearances…
Pending Appearances…

Pending Appearances…

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Posted on Saturday February 15th 2014 at 10:36pm. Its tags are listed below.

better-angels-of-our-nature said: Do you know what the source is for the gifset of the homophobic interview you reblogged?

wilwheaton:

It’s from The Daily Show, but I don’t know which episode. The interviewer is Samantha Bee, who is magnificent.