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Oh how I want one of these!

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"I get tired of people looking at my songs and feeling that they’re all sad and dark,” she says. “There’s more to them than that. Some people might read Flannery O’Connor and see that as simply dark, and it is dark and disturbing, but there’s a philosophical aspect, even a comical aspect to it as well. I think that’s all there on this album — it’s a full circle, like I’ve come through a metamorphosis."

Lucinda Williams – Tickets – Troubadour – Los Angeles, CA – February 18th, 2014 « Troubadour

A Lucinda Flannery reference! Who knew!

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"Sinkhole of bureaucracy" sounds like a CAKE album title. There were too many good lines in this to choose one quote.

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"The World Wide Web is a smashing technological success. But the man who invented it wants it to break down more cultural barriers, thwart government snooping, and let the Web run applications not just house documents."

Tim Berners-Lee: 25 years on, the Web still needs work (Q&A) | Internet & Media - CNET News

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Helvetica In Motion (by Positive Pictures)

RIP Mike Parker.

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I have “Last Train To Memphis” but I need the others. Found this looking for a good book to gift to my dad who is the biggest Beatles fan/aficionado <EVER>, since it’s the 50th anniversary of the Ed Sullivan Show.

Music is important.

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(via Star Wars Typography Art on the redditgifts Marketplace)
These would be a lovely gift for a Star Wars nerd.

(via Star Wars Typography Art on the redditgifts Marketplace)

These would be a lovely gift for a Star Wars nerd.

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"One afternoon last February, a group of policymakers hand-selected by Colorado’s governor sat in a public meeting room in Denver and took up the subject of marijuana gummy worms."

Colorado pot legalization: How much can the state learn from the end of Prohibition?

This would be a lot to figure out. Interesting.

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