There is no dark side of the moon, really...
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21:02"When one realizes that his life is worthless he either commits suicide or travels." — Edward Dahlberg, Reasons of the Heart (via depressionparty)

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retrogasm:

Babies are sure fun to make…
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ifyoucouldliveforever:

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19:44"Listening to GOP Presidential candidates talk about science is like listening to children talk about sex: They know it exists, they have strong opinions about what it might mean, but they don’t have a clue what it’s actually about." —

(Source: andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com)

bookspaperscissors:

Steampunk Bonaparte
fuckyeahdementia:

thank you god
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sooygiss:
Te amo.

The shower scene has over 90 splices in it, and did not involve Anthony Perkins at all. Contrary to popular belief it wasn’t due to a scheduling conflict Perkins had for the Broadway musical ‘Greenville’ but actually a deliberate decision on Alfred Hitchcock’s part. On this subject Perkins states “Hitchcock was very worried that the dual role and nature of Norman Bates would be exposed if I were to appear in that scene. I think it was the recognizability of my silhouette, which is rather slim and broad in the shoulder that worried him.”
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