Provincial Meanderings

When you're bored and stuff just post something (substantial and/or insubstantial).
mrhipp:

I’m with you till the end of the line.

mrhipp:

I’m with you till the end of the line.

kittydoom:

(to Ian McKellen) You were saying a dream of yours is that you wanted to host a show like this. 

Omg, this is adorable.

Prof X and Magneto trolling the talk show. Hahahaha! I approve.

(Source: princeoberynmartell, via wilwheaton)

Been a while since I actually looked closely at typefaces.

But hot damn, this is beautiful.

(Source: behance.net, via typographie)

spellthief:

If I’m able to, then perhaps I’ll be closer to portraying a true expression of love.

          -Hayao Miyazaki (x)

(via petradactyl)

theparisreview:

“By sharing his life as a doctor openly, Nuland demonstrated the power of honest self-appraisal, something I have always tried to replicate: to admit my failures to myself and others, to recognize that I will fail, to find the dedication to improve.”
Remembering Shep Nuland, the author of How We Die, who died last week.

theparisreview:

“By sharing his life as a doctor openly, Nuland demonstrated the power of honest self-appraisal, something I have always tried to replicate: to admit my failures to myself and others, to recognize that I will fail, to find the dedication to improve.”

Remembering Shep Nuland, the author of How We Die, who died last week.

policymic:

7 ways our parents can be total hypocrites when it comes to politics

Baby Boomers entered the workforce during one of the greatest economic miracles in modern history: U.S. real GDP per capita decreased only two years between 1950 and 1970, and the resulting bounty was distributed rather equitably. We, meanwhile, have borne the brunt of the largest economic disaster since the Great Depression and watched middle-class real wages stagnate throughout our lives.

These class differences have predictably resulted in conflict. The older set has taken to newspapers, radio and print books to denounce their underemployed descendants as narcissistic, lazy and clueless: a “Generation Me” uninterested in hard work. We have responded from our own turf, in our own language, with a new Internet meme. Here are seven popular examples of the striking ways that our parents, or grandparents for some, just don’t get what we go through.

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I kinda agree. 

(via wilwheaton)