Narcissustic

in no particular order, lacking time-sensitivity: things I love

Frankie the baller.

before entering the workforce, everyone needs a non-business card.

before entering the workforce, everyone needs a non-business card.

DKNY’s SS14 reflection on the last 25 years got some moves.

Producer Brock Berrigan Has His Head in the Cloud

Yeah Chri, er, Brock!!!

Mom makes a gif.

Mom makes a gif.

(Source: mmdruck)

See this movie!

See this movie!

the most fitting adaptation of the portland, oregon sign by samuel john klein. get that ‘corn some broccoli! 

the most fitting adaptation of the portland, oregon sign by samuel john klein. get that ‘corn some broccoli! 

nevver:

Here is why your Internet is so pathetic and so expensive
thedoppelganger:

Hausu, Nobuhiko Obayashi, 1977

thedoppelganger:

Hausu, Nobuhiko Obayashi, 1977

(Source: hupperts, via bbook)

the child speaks in truths.

the child speaks in truths.

My man got a rockin’ profile.

My man got a rockin’ profile.

My grandma Estera Krymolowska listed on a Bergen Belsen prisoner list; genealogy addiction.

My grandma Estera Krymolowska listed on a Bergen Belsen prisoner list; genealogy addiction.

My hot mom in her home at age 24.

My hot mom in her home at age 24.

theatlantic:

School Wasn’t Canceled for Bad Weather in 1882

Record-low temperatures caused by the Polar Vortex have forced schools across the country to close this week. Weather-related school cancellations tend to raise anxieties about whether we’re a nation of wimps. During President Obama’s first winter in Washington, he complained when his daughters’ school closed for bad weather: “We’re going to have to apply some flinty Chicago toughness to this town.” In response to this latest round of school closings, a Virginia mom sighed, “Hasn’t anyone heard of gloves, scarf and a hat when it’s cold?? Just bundle up—people do it all over the world. We are such wimps to cancel school.”
A story about a teacher assigned to a one-room schoolhouse in South Dakota in the 1880s will confirm suspicions that America has gone soft when it comes to dealing with the cold. The story is from These Happy Golden Years, the second-to-last book in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s beloved “Little House” series about growing up on the American frontier. It describes the protagonist, a 15-year-old teacher named Laura, traveling a half a mile in the snow to get to school.
Read more. [Image: Wikimedia Commons]

theatlantic:

School Wasn’t Canceled for Bad Weather in 1882

Record-low temperatures caused by the Polar Vortex have forced schools across the country to close this week. Weather-related school cancellations tend to raise anxieties about whether we’re a nation of wimps. During President Obama’s first winter in Washington, he complained when his daughters’ school closed for bad weather: “We’re going to have to apply some flinty Chicago toughness to this town.” In response to this latest round of school closings, a Virginia mom sighed, “Hasn’t anyone heard of gloves, scarf and a hat when it’s cold?? Just bundle up—people do it all over the world. We are such wimps to cancel school.”

A story about a teacher assigned to a one-room schoolhouse in South Dakota in the 1880s will confirm suspicions that America has gone soft when it comes to dealing with the cold. The story is from These Happy Golden Years, the second-to-last book in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s beloved “Little House” series about growing up on the American frontier. It describes the protagonist, a 15-year-old teacher named Laura, traveling a half a mile in the snow to get to school.

Read more. [Image: Wikimedia Commons]