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rookiemag:

Saturday Links: Getting Through It Together Edition

It was a rough week, but we’re trying to find the bright moments.

rookiemag:

Saturday Links: Getting Through It Together Edition

It was a rough week, but we’re trying to find the bright moments.

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jeroendstoutart:

La Jeune Musicienne, Michel Garnier (1753-1819)

jeroendstoutart:

La Jeune Musicienne, Michel Garnier (1753-1819)

(Source: vivelareine, via roselerner)

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lostsplendor:

Miss American Vampire: Palisades Park, New Jersey ca. 1970s via Imgur

lostsplendor:

Miss American Vampire: Palisades Park, New Jersey ca. 1970s via Imgur

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relevanttoyourinterests:

Sounds legit.

relevanttoyourinterests:

Sounds legit.

(Source: kaolincash)

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the1janitor:

Two separate eyewitness accounts, telling the exact same story.

(x) and (x)

(via roselerner)

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Apt for tonight

Apt for tonight

(Source: michellefoucault)

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newsweek:

Huffington Post, Washington Post Reporters Arrested in Ferguson
Two reporters covering ongoing protests in Ferguson, Missouri, reported on Twitter that they were arrested by police Wednesday evening. The Huffington Post’s Ryan Reilly and Wesley Lowery of The Washington Post said they had been working in a McDonald’s restaurant in Ferguson when police entered and told them to leave. According to Lowery, he and Reilly were arrested for not leaving quickly enough, and for taping police. Both reporters were released without charges, Lowery said.
Unrest has pervaded Ferguson since a police officer killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown on Saturday.

newsweek:

Huffington Post, Washington Post Reporters Arrested in Ferguson

Two reporters covering ongoing protests in Ferguson, Missouri, reported on Twitter that they were arrested by police Wednesday evening. The Huffington Post’s Ryan Reilly and Wesley Lowery of The Washington Post said they had been working in a McDonald’s restaurant in Ferguson when police entered and told them to leave. According to Lowery, he and Reilly were arrested for not leaving quickly enough, and for taping police. Both reporters were released without charges, Lowery said.

Unrest has pervaded Ferguson since a police officer killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown on Saturday.

(via sleepscape)

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