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At any street corner the feeling of absurdity can strike any man in the face.....Albert Camus

Today is #InternetSlowdown Day — please share!

mostlysignssomeportents:

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All across the Internet, websites and services are staging a mass denial of service attack on themselves, to show the world what the world would look like if Big Cable and AT&T solicit bribes to decide which websites you can reach quickly, and which ones are going to go in the Internet slow-lane.

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Fun with giant clown’s heads in Downtown Los Angeles, CA - 1929

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justenoughisplenty:

"I’m too busy to be lonely," declares "Granny" Eva Barnes Henderson, who at age 83 lives alone in a small, time-weathered house near the banks of the Buffalo River.
National Geographic - March, 1977

justenoughisplenty:

"I’m too busy to be lonely," declares "Granny" Eva Barnes Henderson, who at age 83 lives alone in a small, time-weathered house near the banks of the Buffalo River.

National Geographic - March, 1977

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"I still catch myself feeling sad about things that don’t matter anymore."
Kurt Vonnegut   (via sleepyreverie)

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mudwerks:

mailorderapocrypha:

WILL YOU BE ALIVE IN 1982? (1980)

did it…

mudwerks:

mailorderapocrypha:

WILL YOU BE ALIVE IN 1982? (1980)

did it…

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inritus:

The Worst is Yet to Come, New York (1968), photographed by Steve Schapiro.

inritus:

The Worst is Yet to Come, New York (1968), photographed by Steve Schapiro.

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