October 11, 2014
historical-nonfiction:

From the Industrial Journal, an American socialist publication, in 1911

historical-nonfiction:

From the Industrial Journal, an American socialist publication, in 1911

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October 10, 2014

How can two slices from the same pie taste so radically different?

Slice one, great, delicious, textbook pumpkin pie. Slice two, absolute garbage.

October 8, 2014

An interesting story from today.

I got a paper back in one of my classes with really glowing compliments written on it from the professor. (Side note: after being a fuckass for like a year, I actually enjoy school work again. I was getting worried there for a minute because I found myself beginning to forget certain grammar rules. At this point, it also feels good to be productive again. I’d like to squeeze some money out of writing but baby steps. Plus, I doubt that’ll ever happen.) He also approached me after the class to compliment me again as I was talking to a friend of mine about my wrestling blog. Said friend also talked up my writing ability, so I said I mostly just bloviate about professional wrestling and I was forced to admit I blog about wrestling to a man with a PhD who just graded a paper of mine on abolitionism. I got the side-eyeing of a lifetime.

So I clicked a link Ashley posted about her new glasses like a week back.

And I looked around on the website because I might be in the market for some glasses myself and now I am just inundated with ads for glasses all over every website I go to. I hate the future.

October 7, 2014
October 5, 2014
October 3, 2014
systemofadowny:

Well that was intense from start to finish.

systemofadowny:

Well that was intense from start to finish.

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October 2, 2014
October 1, 2014
corgidogsorg:

CORGI FLOP! Oh, wait…

Later dudes.

corgidogsorg:

CORGI FLOP! Oh, wait…

Later dudes.

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