I believe it was called Veronica Mars

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xaldien:

I’ve reblogged this once before and I’m not sorry


I will reblog any time I see it! LOVE IT!

Ahahahaha. Yessssssss.

This crossed my dash as I was listening to the soundtrack. True story. 

My rendition of “Sweet Transvestite” is pretty awesome, I have to say. 

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the-doctors-sexiest-companion:

If Male Superheroes Were Treated Equally By Pin-Up Artists by Stephen Byrne

Think about it. 

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simena:

Sherree Valentine-Daines 

Looks like bliss. 

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thisfeliciaday:

The best “bitch, please” looks at the Louvre. #paris

Felicia Day’s Europe trip is making me really happy. 

aseaofquotes:

Anne Brontë, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

#quotes  #books  #love  

I love everything about this picture. 

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#photos  #couples  

Creative people are confident in only one thing: their own doubt. I think there’s a huge lack of self-confidence in a creative person because, by nature, the definition of a creative person is someone who is trying to make something new. They know, if they are professional creatives, that the likelihood of doing that—making something new and significant—is hugely unlikely, so they build within that city of doubt. From doubt, they get to iterate and work extremely hard, hoping to find something new; it’s all about hope. I’ve never met anyone who is good at what they do creatively and is super-confident. Maybe they pretend to be confident in front of their agent or the media, but I’ve never been confident in that way.

A conversation with the inimitable John Maeda. Complement with Seth Godin on dancing with self-doubt and Anna Deavere Smith’s advice to artists on what self-esteem really means.  (via explore-blog)

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Must reblog baby elephants. Always. 

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xombiedirge:

Penny Dreadful by Simon Delart / Tumblr / Store

Awesomely done, and perfect for Vanessa Ives. 

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