19 9 / 2014

sophia-mud:

It’s that time of the month again!
A space to break the habit of loafing around and waiting for your writing to write itself
No plan to include critiques of each other’s work, just an intentional space and place to write in community and share prompts
Drop in whenever, stay as long as you want
Opportunity to hang out afterwards at a local watering hole
None of this is set in stone
All types of writers are welcome

Wish I had something like this in Portland!

sophia-mud:

It’s that time of the month again!

  • A space to break the habit of loafing around and waiting for your writing to write itself
  • No plan to include critiques of each other’s work, just an intentional space and place to write in community and share prompts
  • Drop in whenever, stay as long as you want
  • Opportunity to hang out afterwards at a local watering hole
  • None of this is set in stone
  • All types of writers are welcome

Wish I had something like this in Portland!

(via neighborhoodr-minneapolis)

19 9 / 2014

19 9 / 2014

893thecurrent:

In a feature just published today, Rolling Stone declares 2014 the 30th anniversary of “pop’s greatest year.” 1984 was “1984 was the year that pop stood tallest,” according to several collaborators on a feature listing the 100 greatest songs of that year. And who stood tallest in 1984?
Well, Madonna was pretty good—her “Borderline” comes in at #2. Michael Jackson? Yeah, “Thriller” merits a #4 slot. But the artist who towered over this “greatest year” in pop history, says Rolling Stone, was Prince. Tracks from Purple Rain occupy three out of the list’s top ten slots, coming in at #1 (“When Doves Cry”), #4 (“Let’s Go Crazy”), and #8 (“Purple Rain”).
Perhaps even more incredible is how the list evidences Prince’s wide-ranging influence.

893thecurrent:

In a feature just published today, Rolling Stone declares 2014 the 30th anniversary of “pop’s greatest year.” 1984 was “1984 was the year that pop stood tallest,” according to several collaborators on a feature listing the 100 greatest songs of that year. And who stood tallest in 1984?

Well, Madonna was pretty good—her “Borderline” comes in at #2. Michael Jackson? Yeah, “Thriller” merits a #4 slot. But the artist who towered over this “greatest year” in pop history, says Rolling Stone, was Prince. Tracks from Purple Rain occupy three out of the list’s top ten slots, coming in at #1 (“When Doves Cry”), #4 (“Let’s Go Crazy”), and #8 (“Purple Rain”).

Perhaps even more incredible is how the list evidences Prince’s wide-ranging influence.

(via neighborhoodr-minneapolis)

19 9 / 2014

folieadamn:

i need feminism because i just found this in a magazine aimed at 8-13 year old girls and im going to throw up

folieadamn:

i need feminism because i just found this in a magazine aimed at 8-13 year old girls and im going to throw up

(Source: mattzhealy, via scalelectricity)

19 9 / 2014

19 9 / 2014

attack0np0tat0es:

taylor-sea:

The progression of video games in a few decades.

"a few decades" is a bit inaccurate. It’s more like ‘13 years"

(Source: sonandheirofnothinginparticular, via feytal-attraction)

19 9 / 2014

vicious-pink:

n8rnate:

spicefreakout:

Spice girls riding a couch in the space.

NOT JUST ANY COUCH. THE SNICK COUCH. GET’CHA MIND RIGHT.

they are probably too young to know what that is

vicious-pink:

n8rnate:

spicefreakout:

Spice girls riding a couch in the space.

NOT JUST ANY COUCH. THE SNICK COUCH. GET’CHA MIND RIGHT.

they are probably too young to know what that is

(via feytal-attraction)

18 9 / 2014

monicabing:

september is such a beautiful month you can actually hear the tv shows starting to come back from hiatus

(via mandronia)

18 9 / 2014

Probably one of the best 90s movies.

(Source: michaelsocha, via mandronia)

18 9 / 2014

aspiringskeletonlord:

Remember on Full House when Uncle Jesse’s last name was Cochran and they were like
“Not Greek enough”
And they changed it to Katsopolis

(via fullhouseforever87)