Monthly Archives: March 2013

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This first bit of this is about my own depression. In the depths of shit it’s nice to read about somebody else’s depths sometimes. If you don’t want to join the pity-party then scroll down…

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“Pożegnanie z koniem,” Wojciech Gerson On Saturday 29th March 2003, I decided to die. I was 19 years old. I was living in the town I was born in, a violent, Mad Max, post-industrial wasteland.…

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How consumer culture, identity politics and a narrowing class of readers are changing how we approach novels. Shutterstock America doesn’t place much emphasis on reading. We sell a lot of books, but study after study…

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TC Flickr Whether you’re traveling from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific, heading up Highway 1 (with that damn California breeze in your face) or journeying south for mint juleps and Creole cuisine, getting in…

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1. You complain about your body or face and everyone around you rolls their eyes. 2. You obsess over a tiny pimple no one is noticing, because you almost never have skin problems. 3. One…

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VinothChandar “You are wonderful. I love you.” And you say this with no fear, with no conditions, with no vague sense of embarrassment over what it means to care about someone who may not care…

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I believe you are my person. I love you, even though you don’t love me. I love you, even though there’s nothing in it for me anymore. There’s just loving you, but that’s enough for…

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