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noo

(Source: just-for-grins, via sweetfucktory)

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jackohooper:

- DESERVE THIS LOVE -

This is the first video i have released in quite some time.

It’s exclusively on Tumblr, via a private link. 

You guys are seeing this first.

Share the living daylights out of it and make me feel like this pain can gain a silver lining.

Love you all to bits,

Me
x

So tell me i deserve this love,

Tell me anything to pick me up,

For i could not lie to you baby,

I could not lie.

Beautiful human being, Jacko Hooper, Kerouac said it best: I hope you get where you’re going and be happy when you do.

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mattystanfield:

It’s a hard world for little things.”

NIGHT OF THE HUNTER

Robert FUCKING Mitchum

Charles Laughton | 1955

Stanley Cortez | Cinematography

This was such a scary fucking film, omg.

(via risovoye-moloko)

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"There’s nothing sadder than a star dying. Not even a man dying."

— Izzy in Polo, part two, 1969. (via polo-a-novel)

Text

polo-a-novel:

I found a way of scanning and copy-pasting the text of the final twenty typewritten pages of Polo into my computer, which will probably and hopefully save me a lot of time. Then printing the whole thing and some serious editing.

Onwards!

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"I will love myself despite the ease with which I lean toward the opposite."

Shane Koyczan

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"When two people have been married for years they seem to become unconscious of each other’s bodily presence so that they move as if alone, speak aloud things which they do not expect to be answered, and in general seem to experience all the comfort of solitude without its loneliness."

The Voyage Out by Virginia Woolf.

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"As they sat and listened, their nerves were quieted; the heat and soreness of their lips, the result of incessant talking and laughing, was smoothed away. They sat very still as if they saw a building with spaces and columns succeeding each other rising in the empty space. Then they began to see themselves and their lives, and the whole of human life advancing very nobly under the direction of the music. They felt themselves ennobled, and when Rachel stopped playing they desired nothing but sleep."

The Voyage Out by Virginia Woolf.

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"In fact every one of the party was sound asleep within ten minutes or so of each other, with the exception of Susan Warrington. She lay for a considerable time looking blankly at the wall opposite, her hands clasped above her heart, and her light burning by her side. All articulate thought had long ago deserted her; her heart seemed to have grown to the size of a sun, and to illuminate her entire body, shedding like the sun a steady tide of warmth.
“I’m happy, I’m happy, I’m happy,” she repeated. “I love everyone. I’m happy.”"

The Voyage Out by Virginia Woolf.