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BBC - Future - Why do we bite our nails?
I agree, it’s not a thing I do out of nervousness (although I do it when I’m feeling nervous) or out of relaxation or boredom (I do it when I’m both). There’s something about the tidying up aspect that seems the closest to home. 

BBC - Future - Why do we bite our nails?

I agree, it’s not a thing I do out of nervousness (although I do it when I’m feeling nervous) or out of relaxation or boredom (I do it when I’m both). There’s something about the tidying up aspect that seems the closest to home. 

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One of my favorite things is when Mark plays an ordinary, grounded person. He’s very good at it.

Will Ferrell also did this all the time when he was new and was at his best then. 

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ellielavenza:

One of my faves at one of my fave places.

This is a quality place run by good people and their programming is great, but 12 dollars for a DVD projection of a movie we’ve all seen multiple times is fucking ridiculous. Sorry. 

ellielavenza:

One of my faves at one of my fave places.

This is a quality place run by good people and their programming is great, but 12 dollars for a DVD projection of a movie we’ve all seen multiple times is fucking ridiculous. Sorry. 

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One day, while taking a look at some vistas in Dad’s stereopticon, it hit me that I was just this little girl, born in Texas, whose father was a sign painter, who had only just so many years to live. It sent a chill down my spine and I thought… where would I be this very moment, if Kit had never met me? Or killed anybody… this very moment… if my mom had never met my dad… if she done never died. And what’s the man I’ll marry gonna look like? What’s he doing right this minute? Is he thinking about me now, by some coincidence, even though he doesn’t know me? Does it show on his face? For days afterwards I lived in dread. Sometimes I wished I could fall asleep and be taken off to some magical land, and this never happened.

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SONG OF THE DAY

Big Star

"Big Black Car" 

from the 1978 album Third/Sister Lovers

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Sympathy for the Comcast Rep from Hell - The Awl

Comcast and Time Warner are in the process of merging in a paper-swap worth somewhere north of $40 billion. They are doing this to consolidate power, to consolidate assets, and to take the relationships like the one they had with Block to the next level. Comcast’s call script could not account for the possibility that a customer might switch to another company that isn’t “number one,” as the rep repeated. A merger might fix that: It brings these companies one step closer to making sure there’s no number two.

I hope this tape gets played in front of Congress.

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This is what we had in the early 00s before there was any Nathan For You

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- I will never wear a bikini by Kate Harding
Some men feel this way too. Me and probably two other non-obese dudes. 

I will never wear a bikini by Kate Harding

Some men feel this way too. Me and probably two other non-obese dudes. 

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SONG OF THE DAY

The Ravonettes

"Oh, The Time" 

2005

from the 2011 album Rarities/B-Sides

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I’m pretty sure I still have a VHS copy of The Beatles Anthology that I loaned out in 1996 awaiting return. 

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One of the things I don’t think has had enough attention [is that] every major metropolitan newspaper in this country supported the invasion of Iraq. Now, if there’s a major metropolitan newspaper in this country that condemned the invasion that I don’t know about, I’m happy to hear from them, and I will apologize, personally. Seventy-seven United States senators voted for the war. Hillary voted for the war, John Kerry voted for the war, Chuck Hagel voted for the war, and there were others; only 23 senators voted no. Of the 23, only one was a Republican — Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island, and he lost his seat at the next election. Phil Donahue
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