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Lion on the road | WAV

Lion on the road | WAV

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saeto15:

i love how every other animal gets this awesome-looking prosthetic and the turtle gets a fuckin wheel from a toy car

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L.A. Times - Men can fight rape, murder and suicide all at once. Here's how.


wordpeggio:

From my L.A. Times piece, May 30th, 2014:

Just because behavior is inexcusable doesn’t make it inexplicable, and it is therefore not excusing bad behavior to acknowledge the root of that behavior — which is not autism or some vaguely defined “mental illness.” The overwhelming majority…

L.A. Times - Birth Control is a Men's Issue Too


wordpeggio:

From my article in the L.A. Times, July 11, 2014:

In the days since the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby, allowing some employers to opt out of covering birth control in their employees’ health insurance packages, the critique from progressives has been consistent and clear:…

The secret ingredient that made "Breaking Bad" as addictive as meth


wordpeggio:

I’ve been having a lot of conversations lately about Breaking Bad, and also a lot of conversations about story structure, and it reminds me that when I wrote my “How to Structure an Episode of One Hour Drama” blog post last fall, I promised I’d write a follow-up post about story…


art-of-swords:

Ceremonial Dagger

  • Dated: mid-19th Century
  • Culture: Italian

The dagger has a straight, double-edged blade, ribbed at the tip and with three deep grooves. The tang is slightly thickened, and almost the entire surface is engraved with floral motifs. It features a brass hilt picturing a skeleton wearing a tunic, while the guard features is a snake in-the-round. Comes together with a velvet-covered wooden sheath with brass mounts decorated with bas-relieved leaf patterns.

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"Every day I discover more and more beautiful things. It’s enough to drive one mad. I have such a desire to do everything, my head is bursting with it."

Claude Monet (via raysofthesun)

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