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Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964. Photos by Michael Rougier for Life Magazine(via)

Still one of my favourite pieces of photographic work ever. epic.
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Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964. Photos by Michael Rougier for Life Magazine(via)

Still one of my favourite pieces of photographic work ever. epic.
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Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964. Photos by Michael Rougier for Life Magazine(via)

Still one of my favourite pieces of photographic work ever. epic.
dstrctd:


Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964. Photos by Michael Rougier for Life Magazine(via)

Still one of my favourite pieces of photographic work ever. epic.
dstrctd:


Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964. Photos by Michael Rougier for Life Magazine(via)

Still one of my favourite pieces of photographic work ever. epic.
dstrctd:


Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964. Photos by Michael Rougier for Life Magazine(via)

Still one of my favourite pieces of photographic work ever. epic.
dstrctd:


Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964. Photos by Michael Rougier for Life Magazine(via)

Still one of my favourite pieces of photographic work ever. epic.
dstrctd:


Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964. Photos by Michael Rougier for Life Magazine(via)

Still one of my favourite pieces of photographic work ever. epic.
dstrctd:


Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964. Photos by Michael Rougier for Life Magazine(via)

Still one of my favourite pieces of photographic work ever. epic.
dstrctd:


Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964. Photos by Michael Rougier for Life Magazine(via)

Still one of my favourite pieces of photographic work ever. epic.

dstrctd:

Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964. Photos by Michael Rougier for Life Magazine(via)

Still one of my favourite pieces of photographic work ever. epic.

(via smellslikealice)

tndra:

Pablo Picasso

La Rêve (The Dream), 1932

(via yourgirlgail)

“I travel a lot and in airports I have the opportunity to see a great many soldiers. Some are in fatigues, bulky backpacks slung over their shoulders. Others are in their dress uniform, everything about them sleek and disciplined, right down to their spit-shined shoes. In airports, I see a lot of gratitude toward these soldiers. As they walk through terminals, people stop to thank them for their service. American Airlines makes a point of offering uniformed soldiers priority boarding. Soldiers can have free access to most airport clubs. These gestures are certainly well-intended, but there is also something hollow to them because they are filled with the misguided idea that we understand what we are giving thanks for and the hope that there might be just recompense for a soldier’s service.”

Read the rest here: The Answers We Look For In War Literature (via roxanegay)

Is there a reason why you didn’t quote the first sentence of the second paragraph where soldier’s misspelled?  Not nitpicking (the article’s fine), but seems very tumblr appropriate, and sort of poo-poo of BuzzFeed to facepalm that proofread. -_-

 

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May I, monsieur, offer my services without running the risk of intruding?

vicemag:

The Fake Town Where London Cops Train for Riots
The place is much like a film set—many of the peripheral buildings are just facades, while those at the “city center” are a lot more developed in order to give the trainees more varied terrain.
vicemag:

The Fake Town Where London Cops Train for Riots
The place is much like a film set—many of the peripheral buildings are just facades, while those at the “city center” are a lot more developed in order to give the trainees more varied terrain.
vicemag:

The Fake Town Where London Cops Train for Riots
The place is much like a film set—many of the peripheral buildings are just facades, while those at the “city center” are a lot more developed in order to give the trainees more varied terrain.
vicemag:

The Fake Town Where London Cops Train for Riots
The place is much like a film set—many of the peripheral buildings are just facades, while those at the “city center” are a lot more developed in order to give the trainees more varied terrain.
vicemag:

The Fake Town Where London Cops Train for Riots
The place is much like a film set—many of the peripheral buildings are just facades, while those at the “city center” are a lot more developed in order to give the trainees more varied terrain.

vicemag:

The Fake Town Where London Cops Train for Riots

The place is much like a film set—many of the peripheral buildings are just facades, while those at the “city center” are a lot more developed in order to give the trainees more varied terrain.

“Poetry’s poetry. It doesn’t have to be called a poem, you know.”

Q

Anonymous asked:

Read "Spar" by Karen Volkman then read Rosmarie Waldrop's "Curves to the Apple"

A

Thanks anon. I’m pretty busy at the moment though