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Thunder over Louisville!

Thunder over Louisville!

Blue Angels!

Blue Angels!

We have early-onset Derby fever. This is my boss watching me be a “Beep Boxer” rap robot.

We have early-onset Derby fever. This is my boss watching me be a “Beep Boxer” rap robot.

There is no reasonable excuse as to why this has me in tears.

There is no reasonable excuse as to why this has me in tears.

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Hettie likes this article, while Magee finds it quite pedestrian.

Hettie likes this article, while Magee finds it quite pedestrian.

“Maybe, as a successful adult, I am not supposed to say things like, “My outlook on life and conception of myself as a person are thanks largely in part to a television show about a teenage detective,” but if that’s the case I don’t really want to be a successful adult. When I started watching Veronica Mars, it was the summer between my sophomore and junior years of college, and I had developed a personality that was largely centered on letting terrible dudes push me around and make me feel awful about myself, and I was very sad, all the time. And then I watched Veronica Mars, which is about fathers and daughters and class warfare and high school and murder and most of all, to me, the triumphs and pitfalls of being a smart, tough girl in a world that would rather you be stupid and compliant.”

One more! Goggles up, BBN. Caywood is watching.

One more! Goggles up, BBN. Caywood is watching.

humansofnewyork:

"We builded a contraption once!"

humansofnewyork:

"We builded a contraption once!"

Started from the bottom now we’re here.

humansofnewyork:

"I once threw a pen at a kid’s head for raising his hand in class and saying that PMS should disqualify women from leadership positions."

Hope for the future, Part II.

humansofnewyork:

"I once threw a pen at a kid’s head for raising his hand in class and saying that PMS should disqualify women from leadership positions."

Hope for the future, Part II.