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Hi. I'm Annie. Nacho enthusiast, dreamer/doer, and professional appreciator of all good things in life, since 1983. I laugh frequently, imbibe occasionally, enjoy writing, proofing, taking pictures, and talking some shit. Welcome, dear reader, to my internet tumble log.
~ Sunday, April 20 ~
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This must be what’s happening.


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~ Monday, April 14 ~
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Hat tip to my friend Margaret for informing me that this Red Rocks schedule is a real thing happening in real life.

Hat tip to my friend Margaret for informing me that this Red Rocks schedule is a real thing happening in real life.

Tags: 420 red rocks easter sunday i want to go to there
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~ Wednesday, April 9 ~
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katjablichfeld:

Yes, girl. Yes.

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(Source: Spotify)

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~ Wednesday, March 26 ~
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slaughterhouse90210:

“They were all in their early thirties. An age at which it is sometimes hard to admit that what you are living is your life.” ― Alice Munro, The Moons of Jupiter

slaughterhouse90210:

“They were all in their early thirties. An age at which it is sometimes hard to admit that what you are living is your life.”
― Alice Munro, The Moons of Jupiter


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~ Sunday, March 23 ~
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nosebleedhooligans:

Doug McDermott failed to convert a three for just the fourth time this season as Creighton falls to Baylor, 85-55 Sunday in the round of 32 game.
McDermott ends his four-year Bluejays career with 3,150 points after scoring 15, making him college basketball’s fifth all-time leading scorer. He needed 16 to pass Mississippi Valley State’s Alphonso Ford.
Only eight college ballplayers scored 3,000 points or more in their careers, a number that’s unlikely to increase anytime soon if the one-and-done trend persists. 
Bluejays coach and Doug’s dad Greg McDermott will send his son off to the NBA as a potential first round pick. 

Crushed but proud. Roll Jays.

nosebleedhooligans:

Doug McDermott failed to convert a three for just the fourth time this season as Creighton falls to Baylor, 85-55 Sunday in the round of 32 game.

McDermott ends his four-year Bluejays career with 3,150 points after scoring 15, making him college basketball’s fifth all-time leading scorer. He needed 16 to pass Mississippi Valley State’s Alphonso Ford.

Only eight college ballplayers scored 3,000 points or more in their careers, a number that’s unlikely to increase anytime soon if the one-and-done trend persists. 

Bluejays coach and Doug’s dad Greg McDermott will send his son off to the NBA as a potential first round pick. 

Crushed but proud. Roll Jays.

Tags: creighton basketball
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~ Monday, March 17 ~
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(Source: Spotify)

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~ Monday, March 10 ~
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~ Thursday, March 6 ~
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vicemag:

Abolish Prison! The US Incarceration System Is Broken and Needs to Be Replaced
Prisons are terrible, torturous places where people—who are usually poor and disproportionately of color—are subjected daily to crimes more horrific than the ones that probably sent them there. The vast majority of individuals behind bars are there for nonviolent drug and property offenses. Now, which is worse, do you think: Stealing a late-90s Honda or putting someone in a cage for years where we know they will be physically and emotionally abused? We ask whether criminals can be reformed, when we think of them as people at all, but maybe we should stop to consider whether the idea of prisons and jails can be rehabilitated in the wake of all the injustice they have wrought.
Perhaps the evils of incarceration outweigh the good. Maybe the goal shouldn’t be reform, as welcome as that may be, but something more radical: release.
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Read this.

vicemag:

Abolish Prison! The US Incarceration System Is Broken and Needs to Be Replaced

Prisons are terrible, torturous places where people—who are usually poor and disproportionately of color—are subjected daily to crimes more horrific than the ones that probably sent them there. The vast majority of individuals behind bars are there for nonviolent drug and property offenses. Now, which is worse, do you think: Stealing a late-90s Honda or putting someone in a cage for years where we know they will be physically and emotionally abused? We ask whether criminals can be reformed, when we think of them as people at all, but maybe we should stop to consider whether the idea of prisons and jails can be rehabilitated in the wake of all the injustice they have wrought.

Perhaps the evils of incarceration outweigh the good. Maybe the goal shouldn’t be reform, as welcome as that may be, but something more radical: release.

Continue

Read this.


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~ Wednesday, March 5 ~
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This album will make your desk job suck less.

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Tags: music spotify booker t jones
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~ Monday, March 3 ~
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fionagoddess:

Cate Blanchett, Lupita Nyong’o, Matthew McConaughey & Jared Leto  | 86th Annual Academy Awards - Press Room (March 2, 2014)

THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE.

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~ Friday, February 28 ~
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~ Wednesday, February 26 ~
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Writing and reading decrease our sense of isolation. They deepen and widen and expand our sense of life: they feed the soul. When writers make us shake our heads with the exactness of their prose and their truths, and even make us laugh about ourselves or life, our buoyancy is restored. We are given a shot at dancing with, or at least clapping along with, the absurdity of life, instead of being squashed by it over and over again. It’s like singing on a boat during a terrible storm at sea. You can’t stop the raging storm, but singing can change the hearts and spirits of the people who are together on that ship.
— Anne Lamott
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~ Monday, February 24 ~
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Thanks a bunch Mr. Ramis. If I connect all the dots, I have you in part to thank for laughing at all the things I laugh at, living in the city I live in, and keeping the delicious company I keep. Rest in peace guy.
(at Ghostbusters Headquarters)

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