billie + oversized sweaters
ALRIGHT MOTHERFUCKERS LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT THIS HERE COLOUR
THIS IS COSMIC LATTE
YEA. THAT’S RIGHT.
THE COLOUR OF THE GODDAMN UNIVERSE.
NASA LITERALLY TOOK THE TIME TO CALCULATE THE COLOUR OF THE UNIVERSE
AND THIS IS IT
THIS ONE, #9CFFCE
THAT’S COSMIC TURQUOISE
THEY THOUGHT THAT THAT WAS THE COLOUR OF THE UNIVERSE
THEY WERE HELLA WRONG
SAY HELLO TO COSMIC LATTE
AKA: THE COLOUR OF THE UNIVERSE
okay so I googled this just to see and not only is it legit, but they had a poll to name the color and
PRIMORDIAL CLAM CHOWDER
If Apple were a worker it would have paid the federal government $36 billion in taxes.
Instead of paying taxes, Apple has taxes that are deferred for as long as it chooses.
In total, I estimate from corporate disclosure documents, American multinational companies have $2 trillion of untaxed profits offshore because they did just what Apple has done.
Had Congress required those companies to pay up last year it would have been the equivalent of all the income taxes paid by everyone in America from January until July 10. Imagine that, all the income taxes taken out of your pay or pension from January into the middle of summer just so Apple and other multinational companies can profit today and pay their taxes someday."
HELLO FANDOM PEOPLE WHO TAG A LOT!
So, I think we’ve all seen this:
[Diagram 1: Tags about David Tennant and Billie Piper]
these are Important Tags, sure, but they are only in all capitals because someone awesome copied them from my blog. If you tend to write a lot of tags, or just don’t know how to make your tags appear “normally” on your blog layout, all you need to do is this:
1. Go to your blog and click “Customize”.
2. Click “Edit Html”.
3. Search “text-transform”.
4. Get rid of it.
And that should do it. If it appears more than once in the html (check to make sure), only delete the one that is near the tags code business
[Diagram 2: tags code business]
Disclaimer: I am not an html/css person. I just mess about with stuff and find what worked for me. Make a back up of your layout before you mess around with it, yo!
pronunciation | puss-zi-pot-yosh (puss like cat, not pus)
Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston at the photocall for ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ during the 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival on 25 May 2013
When was super depressed, I wasn’t working—I was always too depressed. Hemingway did his best work when he didn’t drink, then he drank himself to death and blew his head off with a shotgun. Someone asked John Cheever, “What’d you learn from Hemingway?” and he said “I learned not to blow my head off with a shotgun.” I remember going to the Michigan poetry festival, meeting Etheridge Knight there and Robert Creeley. Creeley was so drunk—he was reading and he only had one eye, of course, and had to hold his book like two inches from his face using his one good eye. But you look at somebody like George Saunders—I think he’s the best short story writer in English alive—that’s somebody who tries very hard to live a sane, alert life.
You’re present when you’re not drinking a fifth of Jack Daniel’s every day. It’s probably better for your writing career, you know? I think being tortured as a virtue is a kind of antiquated sense of what it is to be an artist."
In an interview with The Fix, Mary Karr debunks the toxic mythology that it is necessary to be damaged in order to be creative. My own vehement defiance to that mythology is what led me to choose Ray Bradbury – the ultimate epitome of creating from joy rather than suffering – as the subject of my contribution to The New York Times’ The Lives They Lived.
Pair with Karr on why writers write.