7x01/7x04

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bibberly:

ALF ad, 1986. This was the 1980’s, so of course they are advertising the toys before the show has even debuted.

bibberly:

ALF ad, 1986. This was the 1980’s, so of course they are advertising the toys before the show has even debuted.

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i-am-in-your-fandom:

alexanderraban:

bonestraightyaki:

a ritual

blackest magic

Darkest arfs

somebody call satan

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adammuto:

No. 39

adammuto:

No. 39

flowerstarchild:

veganis-t:

Ellen Page is such a winner. <3

DAYMMMMMMMMM BITCH!! fuckin ellen page marry me 

flowerstarchild:

veganis-t:

Ellen Page is such a winner. <3

DAYMMMMMMMMM BITCH!! fuckin ellen page marry me 

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Toothpaste For Dinner comic: indie rock asterisks

Toothpaste For Dinner comic: indie rock asterisks

starllex:

this is my favorite post of all time

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"For each person there is a sentence — a series of words — which has the power to destroy them."
Philip K. Dick (via quentynmartell)

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Toothpaste For Dinner comic: prove that youre human

Toothpaste For Dinner comic: prove that youre human

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In 20 Years, We’re All Going To Realize This Apple Ad Is Nuts →

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"This weight on every action—this highly leveraged sense of the moment—hints at another form of present shock that is operating in more ways and places than we may suspect. We’ll call this temporal compression overwinding—the effort to squish really big timescales into much smaller or nonexistent ones. It’s the effort to make the “now” responsible for the sorts of effects that actually take real time to occur—just like overwinding a watch in the hope that it will gather up more potential energy and run longer than it can."