Rachelandthecity

Apr 04

[video]

Apr 03

think-progress:

Scandal, House of Cards, The Americans and how rape survivors are portrayed on TV.

think-progress:

Scandal, House of Cards, The Americans and how rape survivors are portrayed on TV.

Apr 01

Pen & ink #selfie

Pen & ink #selfie

[video]

[video]

This is a dog, not a rabbit! #thisisarealdog #dogsofinstagram #picoftheday #dogoftheday  #puppy #doglover #dog #dogs #papillon #instadog #puppies #puppy #instapuppy #woof #ilovemydog

This is a dog, not a rabbit! #thisisarealdog #dogsofinstagram #picoftheday #dogoftheday #puppy #doglover #dog #dogs #papillon #instadog #puppies #puppy #instapuppy #woof #ilovemydog

April Fool’s Day joke on @stephenbkline!

April Fool’s Day joke on @stephenbkline!

Mar 31

writersnoonereads:

"[Jane Bowles’] novel, Two Serious Ladies, was a revelation—a work of genius, unique, subversive. These terms are overused, and usually misused, but are true of this audacious, brilliantly written novel, this masquerade, comedy, tragedy, with its anarchic, singular views of sexuality, marriage, femininity, masculinity, American culture, exoticism. Jane Bowles ignored the worn lines between conscious and unconscious life; she beggared the realist novel with writing indifferent to prosaic notions of reality. Her dialogue is the most particular and idiosyncratic in American literature, as peculiar and condensed as speech in jokes and dreams. I loved and respected Paul Bowles’s The Sheltering Sky, ‘He of the Assembly,’ and ‘Pages from Cold Point.’ But Jane Bowles’s novel shifted the ground for me—she made the world of writing move. Move over and sigh.” — Lynne Tillman, Nothing is Lost or Found
@WritersNoOneRds / Facebook

writersnoonereads:

"[Jane Bowles’] novel, Two Serious Ladies, was a revelation—a work of genius, unique, subversive. These terms are overused, and usually misused, but are true of this audacious, brilliantly written novel, this masquerade, comedy, tragedy, with its anarchic, singular views of sexuality, marriage, femininity, masculinity, American culture, exoticism. Jane Bowles ignored the worn lines between conscious and unconscious life; she beggared the realist novel with writing indifferent to prosaic notions of reality. Her dialogue is the most particular and idiosyncratic in American literature, as peculiar and condensed as speech in jokes and dreams. I loved and respected Paul Bowles’s The Sheltering Sky, ‘He of the Assembly,’ and ‘Pages from Cold Point.’ But Jane Bowles’s novel shifted the ground for me—she made the world of writing move. Move over and sigh.” — Lynne Tillman, Nothing is Lost or Found

@WritersNoOneRds / Facebook

[video]

[video]

Mar 30

Cashflow at Start.co (at Start Co.)

Cashflow at Start.co (at Start Co.)

#notettoself

finedineonmyvegangenitalia:

I’ve decided to compile a ‘my vegan pantry’ list in hopes that it will help some people new to veganism/people interested in becoming vegan. I’ve included prices on items that I picked up today at the grocery store (Chicago). There are also recipe links next to each item. It’s under a ‘read more’ because it’s pretty long.

Read More

[video]

[video]

Mar 27

Not sold…

Not sold…