tooawesam:

hollybatterbee:

sugarspiceandasacrificetosatan:

*crying *

Hahahaha

This is fucked

tooawesam:

hollybatterbee:

sugarspiceandasacrificetosatan:

*crying *

Hahahaha

This is fucked

thenorthwestexplorer:

Triple Falls

Location: Columbia River Gorge, OR

Date: 7/17/14

GoT recap, iPhone style

Carrie Brownstein on Stage in Social Media ]

When living is gauged by the number of “friends” or “followers” you have….we are all the stars of our own movies and the leaders of our own cults.

Boulder's Red Letter Books changes owners after more than 20 years - Boulder Daily Camera ]

For 15 years Red Letter Books has been my favorite stop on Pearl Street in Boulder, Colorado, and in the last 10 years one of the only reasons I went back to Boulder.

It has an eclectic selection and a great vibe. One of my first great book finds happened at Red Letter:
In the late 90s I found an old paperback copy of Abbie Hoffman’s Steal This Book.

I’d venture say at least one full bookcase in the collection came from Red Letter. Maybe more.

I’m glad to see it’s staying open with a new owner. Glad I still have a reason to return to Boulder.

eponine119:

overlookpress:

Literary ghosts 

via flavorpill

Vroman’s! amazing.

mentalflossr:

11 Surprising Facts About Archie Comics
In 1973, an artist for Archie Comics named Al Hartley got permission to use the characters in a series published by Spire Christian Comics. In the 49 issues that followed, Archie and friends undergo evangelical hijinks that include converting a hippie to Christianity; convincing a reporter of the importance of prayer; and demonstrating what happens when schools stop teaching the Bible in an Old West town. (It’s okay: They open a Christian bookstore.)

And just a week ago I bought an Archie Double Digest while waiting in line at a big box supermarket.  My first Archie buy in maybe 7 years…sometimes I need a break from classic lit (currently Lolita) and 1000 page fantasy novels in which George R R Martin kills everyone….

mentalflossr:

11 Surprising Facts About Archie Comics

In 1973, an artist for Archie Comics named Al Hartley got permission to use the characters in a series published by Spire Christian Comics. In the 49 issues that followed, Archie and friends undergo evangelical hijinks that include converting a hippie to Christianity; convincing a reporter of the importance of prayer; and demonstrating what happens when schools stop teaching the Bible in an Old West town. (It’s okay: They open a Christian bookstore.)

And just a week ago I bought an Archie Double Digest while waiting in line at a big box supermarket. My first Archie buy in maybe 7 years…sometimes I need a break from classic lit (currently Lolita) and 1000 page fantasy novels in which George R R Martin kills everyone….

Logan, Utah

Logan, Utah