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npr:

skunkbear:

All those little lines are jokes! ALL THE JOKES! (at least the ones I noticed)

Last year Jeremy Bowers, Danny DeBelius, Christopher Groskopf, Aly Hurt and I made a very silly interactive graphic exhaustively tabulating the running jokes in Arrested Development, along with their connections:

http://apps.npr.org/arrested-development/

And wouldn’t you know it, someone just put in a book — giving me an excuse to put in on tumblr. So if you’d like to see how many times GOB says “I’ve made a huge mistake,” check out the graphic.

I’ve made a huge mistake. And my mistake is not seeing this infographic until now. -Kate

If you don’t know all this stuff by heart I don’t see how we are going to sustain a conversation.

mumfordandsonsblog:

ONE presents Elvis Costello and Mumford & Sons"The Ghost of Tom Joad" and "Do Re Mi" Medley

Inspired by John Steinbeck’s “The Grapes of Wrath” and “The Ballad of Tom Joad” by Woody Guthrie, the songs speak to Bruce Springsteen’s identification with 1930s-style social activism and desire to give a voice to the disenfranchised.

Click here for more information about these songs and how you can get involved with ONE’s agit8 music project to fight poverty.

Click here to download an mp3 of this performance.

Take it easy, but take it.
Woody Guthrie (via teenager90s)

Japanese Film Poster: An Awkward Grace. Shohei Morimoto / Hirofumi Abe. 2013

Japanese Film Poster: An Awkward Grace. Shohei Morimoto / Hirofumi Abe. 2013

exercicedestyle:

by cronos

exercicedestyle:

by cronos

newyorker:

Read about this week’s cover, “Fall Library,” by Tom Gauld. 

newyorker:

Read about this week’s cover, “Fall Library,” by Tom Gauld

Deconstruction and Construction. Frits Sieger, 1930. (at Amsterdam Museum)

Deconstruction and Construction. Frits Sieger, 1930. (at Amsterdam Museum)

How did you respond to a comment in a tumblr post?! That archaic knowledge is lost to me. I always just print screened it and made a new comment.

andneverbefound:

I just found this out myself. I always thought there was a button I was missing or something, but no. What I did was going to my original post and clicking on “notes”. One of them was “nolan-kane said: But what about Mark Z!?” I copied that, then reblogged the original post and pasted this on top. Not hard, but there’s perhaps more steps than I’d like.

Now, if Tumblr would add the functionality to do this automatically, that would be amazing.

Reblogging because I got the same question again. nolan-kane

Been super busy this week with family in town and other things happening, so I’ll be neglecting my tumblr for a while, but this deserves a reblog.