theskieswillfall:

aegisaglow:

sik3rning:

Feeling down? here have some bouncy goats

kids these days


you did not

theskieswillfall:

aegisaglow:

sik3rning:

Feeling down? here have some bouncy goats

kids these days

you did not

(via deemnfic)

wordsofdiana:

mattmurdockisredbatman:

yes, the bible was actually a wolverine prequel

I was going to reblog this no matter what, but that comment is pure gold. 

calzone and jmgold42

wordsofdiana:

mattmurdockisredbatman:

yes, the bible was actually a wolverine prequel

I was going to reblog this no matter what, but that comment is pure gold.

calzone and jmgold42

(Source: textsfromsuperheroes.com, via mzchristie)


Lauren Bacall and her son Stephen Bogart attend Liza Minnelli’s sixth birthday party, 1952


Huh.

Lauren Bacall and her son Stephen Bogart attend Liza Minnelli’s sixth birthday party, 1952

Huh.

(Source: bettyjoansperske, via gummgarland)

meaty-chunks-of-life:

Some David for you ladies (and gents, too)

meaty-chunks-of-life:

Some David for you ladies (and gents, too)

(via starbucklovesspooky)

librarianish:

thelovelylifeofareader:

thebookishdragon:

booktown:

randomhouse:

seasighing:

Life tip: bring a book with you everywhere you go

Life pro tip: bring two, in case you finish the first one.

Bigger life pro tip: Bring a kobo/kindle with you everywhere so you have an entire library with you at all times. 

Ultimate life pro tip: live in a library and never ever leave. 

Supreme life tip: Become a library

It just keeps getting better.

You have to bring a paper book AND a device with multiple books on it wherever you go, just to be safe.

curlicuecal:

This is the best thing I have ever seen.

That is a lot of bang for … your buck.

(via fedoraharp)

interview attire


lez-brarian:

settle a debate for me please..

When interviewing for a teen librarian position in an urban library— does one have to wear a suit or can you show a little more of your personality with say, a nice skirt, professional top and a blazer?

homosexualityandcivilization:

[Photoset - Top: Natalie Clifford Barney in 1896, painted by her mother Alice Pike Barney. Middle: Barney at age 13, also painted by her mother. Bottom left: A photo of Eva Palmer-Sikelianos, Barney’s first intimate partner. Bottom right: A postcard of Liane du Pougy, a famous courtesan that Barney seduced.]

"My queerness is not a vice, is not deliberate, and harms no one."

Natalie Clifford Barney was born on October 31st, 1876 in Dayton, Ohio. As a novelist, playwright, and poet, she held a writer’s salon for over sixty years in Paris, drawing in such famous names as Mata Hari, Ezra Pound, Gertrude Stein, Radclyffe Hall, James Joyce, Marcel Proust, Renee Vivien, and T.S Eliot, although the organization was originally founded as a counterpoint to the all-male French Academy.

When Barney was five years old her family spent the summer at New York’s Long Beach Hotel where Oscar Wilde happened to be speaking on his American lecture tour. Wilde scooped her up as she ran past him fleeing a group of small boys, held her out of their reach then sat her down on his knee and told her a story.

The day after, he joined Barney and her mother Alice Pike Barney on the beach, where their conversation changed the course of Alice’s life, inspiring her to pursue art seriously, despite, years later, her husband’s disapproval. Alice painted many pictures of her daughter and now many of her works are on display in the Smithsonian Art Museum in Washington, D.C.

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“Their relationship was often fraught with trouble due to Barney’s refusal to be monogamous, eventually ending after a trip they took together to Lesbos.” These things always seem to happen.
Reading: Are You Doing it Wrong?

Reading: Are You Doing it Wrong?

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