Reminiscing the Future



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mightyhealthyquest:

IT’S ALWAYS TEA TIME!

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bitterglitterqueer:

THIS AVOCADO IS FURIOUS

bitterglitterqueer:

THIS AVOCADO IS FURIOUS

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Conan O’Brien performs the Monorail Song

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There’s nothing more complex than human beings. And while we come alive in our idiosyncrasies, they sometimes tear us apart when they should humble us and hold a mirror up to our own shortcomings and gifts.

To this real love, I owe you an apology. I’ve dismissed you, belittled you and written you off because you didn’t appear at my doorstep in the beautifully wrapped package I was conditioned to seek. I should have seen the best of me in you, but I didn’t recognize your face. But I see you now.

Thank you for holding out, knowing I’d find my way back…

Beautiful love letter to real love. As Susan Sontag memorably put it, “Nothing is mysterious, no human relation. Except love. 

For more on how our cultural conditioning makes us dismiss this kind of love, see Dan Savage on the price of admission.

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Kids Who Are Terrible at Hide and Seek [via]

Previously: Kids Who Shouldn’t Play Sports

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102 Minutes That Changed America

A hundred and two minutes passed between the first plane’s impact into North Tower of the World Trade Center on 11 September 2001, the second plane’s attack on South Tower, and the collapse of both buildings.

In that time, people around New York reached for their cameras.

This documentary joins together hundreds of pieces of footage and audiotape into a single, seamless historical record, much of it never seen before.

It is an intensely personal and new perspective of the tragedy, telling that morning’s events in real time, as they were experienced by people around New York.

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loosetoon:

Early 70’s behind the scenes of Sesame Street with the Muppets.

THIS IS THE BEST PHOTO SET I HAVE EVER ENCOUNTERED. 

Love!

I just teared up looking at these because a part of me still gets really upset over the muppets not being real.

Big bird is still real. Don’t ruin this.

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