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Originally posted on Flavorwire:
Summer reading lists: everyone’s got ’em. But what makes an ideal summer read? It sort of depends on who you are and what you’re doing, but here are a few suggestions: something light, something funny, something sun-drenched and atmospheric, something to travel with, something that will hold your attention no matter…


Originally posted on Do you want to see my spaceship?:
The Heart of Gold’s Improbability Drive made it the most powerful and unpredictable ship in existence. There was nothing it couldn’t do, provided you knew exactly how improbable it was that the thing you wanted it to do would ever happen… ’The daaaaay is beauuuuutiful!’…


Since I’ve been snowed in for a few days (hello from Oregon, hello cabin fever), I’ll actually be posting stuff — yes, real, actual writing — instead of the usual nonsense I’ve been posted to, uh, relaunch this really small, really dumb blog. Anywho: DragonBaby. Happy Friday. — syd williams.


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Originally posted on Flavorwire:
We all periodically reach a stage in our lives where it’s pretty obvious that a change is necessary — a new job, perhaps, or a new relationship, a move of physical location, or a million other things. The realization is the easy bit — the hard part is actually acting on it,…


— syd williams.


Originally posted on Longreads:
Alice Goffman | On the Run: Fugitive Life in an American City | University of Chicago Press | May 2014 | 45 minutes (12,478 words) ? Below is a chapter excerpted from On the Run, by sociologist Alice Goffman, as recommended by Longreads contributing editor Dana Snitzky. Goffman spent six years living in a neighborhood in Philadelphia. In her groundbreaking…

Nic Cage: Safe.

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Walter White: Soldier of Finland

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