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Apr 12, 2014
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tumblrbot said: WHAT IS YOUR EARLIEST HUMAN MEMORY?

Playing with a turtle on the small front porch of our house in Exton, PA.


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Feb 16, 2014
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2 Years with Improv »

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Two years ago I took my first improv class at the Steel City Improv Theater. Since it’s impossible to talk to an improviser without them trying to convince you how great improv is, and you can’t go anywhere on the internet without finding articles telling you the same thing, I figured I will add…


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Jun 9, 2011
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Ringo jumps. (via Unexplained Cinema)

Ringo jumps. (via Unexplained Cinema)


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May 31, 2011
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Samantha Stevens and Endora, from one of my favoritest TV shows evah. (Via Unexplained Cinema)

Samantha Stevens and Endora, from one of my favoritest TV shows evah. (Via Unexplained Cinema)


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Apr 25, 2011
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Peter Sellers and friend in fashion ad, 1963 (via Unexplained Cinema)

Peter Sellers and friend in fashion ad, 1963 (via Unexplained Cinema)


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Apr 20, 2011
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Ocelot kitten OMG cute. (via Woodland Park Zoo Blog)

Ocelot kitten OMG cute. (via Woodland Park Zoo Blog)


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Mar 23, 2011
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RIP Liz Taylor.  (via If Charlie Parker …: Elizabeth Taylor dies at 79)

RIP Liz Taylor. (via If Charlie Parker …: Elizabeth Taylor dies at 79)


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Dec 14, 2010
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The Twelve Terrors of Christmas (via nevver)

This makes my holiday. Also, how have I not seen this before?

The Twelve Terrors of Christmas

(via nevver)

This makes my holiday. Also, how have I not seen this before?


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Dec 14, 2010
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Amazing megamix. The year in (mostly American) movies: Filmography 2010


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Nov 30, 2010
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And yet it’s mostly wonderful here, Jonathan. The majority, the great majority of people are friendly, forgiving and kind. It is a miracle that so much can be read into little messages of 140 characters that offer no personal clues by way of handwriting, styling or formatting. After a while you will be astonished by how perceptively your moods and meanings are interpreted and with what bewildering accuracy. You will be astonished too by the wit. The speediness, elegance and brilliance of some twitterers regularly takes my breath away.

Stephen Fry explains what he likes about Twitter, on the occasion of the arrival of his 2 millionth follower.