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TGOP song of the day-heck the whole Lights Out album by @Ingridmusic. Worth the wait!

TGOP song of the day-heck the whole Lights Out album by @Ingridmusic. Worth the wait!

TGOP Song of the day: Reflections by Misterwives

Just over $20, tasty and a disco ball on the ceiling. What more could you want for lunch?

Just over $20, tasty and a disco ball on the ceiling. What more could you want for lunch?

TGOP song of the day: A Little Opus by Little Comets

TGOP song of the day: A Little Opus by Little Comets

Reblogged from drzank

wilwheaton:

keepcalmandsuperwholock:

uctwerkeley:

slimewizard:

never not reblog

And then there’s good ol’ America

This actually makes me so angry. The truth is right here and people see it and brush it aside. We really could make things better. But no, America apparently wants to suck forever.

You know, America, if we spent some money investing in education instead of making sure the ultra-rich were even more ultra-rich, we could *actually* be the exceptional nation that we pretend to be.

Who says America has all the answers?

For all you valley Game of Thornes, er, Thrones fans.

For all you valley Game of Thornes, er, Thrones fans.

TGOP Song of the Day

We go REAL retro today. If you like the groovy 60’s sound check out “Downtown” by Petula Clark.

The perfect perch on a window sill just above the rad to watch the birds and rabbits.

The perfect perch on a window sill just above the rad to watch the birds and rabbits.

Reblogged from amandaonwriting
tinybookshelf:


(by emiliaszewczyk)

I just want to eat pizza, read books, drink tea and burrow under the covers with my laptop until winter is over. 

tinybookshelf:

(by emiliaszewczyk)

I just want to eat pizza, read books, drink tea and burrow under the covers with my laptop until winter is over. 

(Source: amandaonwriting, via clockworkfaerie)

It was -4 and an icy fog enveloped the river valley as it often does covering everything in a crystalline dusting.

It was -4 and an icy fog enveloped the river valley as it often does covering everything in a crystalline dusting.