Only Boring People are Bored.
Hi. I'm Christine. This is a blog dedicated to everything I like or find interesting; my hopes, dreams, and schemes. Should I have been born in a different time? I think so at times. History major. Art history minor. Proud Wisconsinite.
Only Boring People are Bored.
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Ultimately, Rick’s story remains incomplete. A dark mystery from Rick’s past prevents him from returning to his native America, and though we learn much about him, we never learn why he can’t go home.


Casablanca (1942)
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outdoormagic:

Beringer Veranda by sigma. on Flickr.
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ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Atsushi Hara Illustrations
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Atsushi Hara Illustrations
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Atsushi Hara Illustrations
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"The more I see, the less I know for sure."
John Lennon (via observando)
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"This episode was all about how the tiniest, seemingly innocuous disturbances can throw off the orbit of a person’s life, sending him or her careening off and colliding into other people’s paths: a misplaced purse, a malfunctioning conference-call box, a love note removed from a vase of flowers. (And that’s what Mad Men is so, so good at: the inevitable yet somehow still surprising consequences of actions we don’t think matter at the time.) It seems Sally came crashing into Don’s ever-more-depressing little universe at just the right moment, offering him what might be the most unconditional love he’s ever known." —The Atlantic

This episode was the best.

"This episode was all about how the tiniest, seemingly innocuous disturbances can throw off the orbit of a person’s life, sending him or her careening off and colliding into other people’s paths: a misplaced purse, a malfunctioning conference-call box, a love note removed from a vase of flowers. (And that’s what Mad Men is so, so good at: the inevitable yet somehow still surprising consequences of actions we don’t think matter at the time.) It seems Sally came crashing into Don’s ever-more-depressing little universe at just the right moment, offering him what might be the most unconditional love he’s ever known." —The Atlantic

This episode was the best.

"This episode was all about how the tiniest, seemingly innocuous disturbances can throw off the orbit of a person’s life, sending him or her careening off and colliding into other people’s paths: a misplaced purse, a malfunctioning conference-call box, a love note removed from a vase of flowers. (And that’s what Mad Men is so, so good at: the inevitable yet somehow still surprising consequences of actions we don’t think matter at the time.) It seems Sally came crashing into Don’s ever-more-depressing little universe at just the right moment, offering him what might be the most unconditional love he’s ever known." —The Atlantic

This episode was the best.

"This episode was all about how the tiniest, seemingly innocuous disturbances can throw off the orbit of a person’s life, sending him or her careening off and colliding into other people’s paths: a misplaced purse, a malfunctioning conference-call box, a love note removed from a vase of flowers. (And that’s what Mad Men is so, so good at: the inevitable yet somehow still surprising consequences of actions we don’t think matter at the time.) It seems Sally came crashing into Don’s ever-more-depressing little universe at just the right moment, offering him what might be the most unconditional love he’s ever known." —The Atlantic

This episode was the best.
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Audrey Hepburn on the location of Sabrina, 1953. Photo by Mark Shaw.
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magictransistor:

Adolph Vollmy’s woodcut engraving of the 1833 Leonid meteor shower (After Karl Jauslin), c. 1889.
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