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Jul 29, 2014
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Jul 29, 2014
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What a gift it is to be extroverted and a luxury to be introverted.


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Jul 28, 2014
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Watching the Kardashians

M: Kim just has no input, ever. Why is she so famous?

C: She's in her own world.

M: Is she, like, autistic?

C: No, autistic kids are way more thoughtful.


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Jul 28, 2014
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As a viewer [of The Office], I wondered what was the status of your relationship [with Mindy Kaling] off-camera? You had such great chemistry; it just seemed so realistic.

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Jul 27, 2014
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Fuxk, I missed California.

2 flights are too many for each departure. I had turbulence, crying kids, and news about plane incidents.

But today I met a nice gentleman who stole extra cookies for us. We drank wine and jack+coke (I got it free for switching seats!) and he bugged the stewardess about not having enough cookies.

After being in the humid east coast for 1.5 weeks, I feel like I can finally deeply breathe again. Fuuuuuck.


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Jul 27, 2014
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i ruined everything and i’m sorry.


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Jul 27, 2014
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prefessionalu:

Fashion blogger Leandra Medine, of ManRepeller.com, explains why fashion doesn’t have to be serious, how she initially started her blog to get a job and why there is no reason that brains and beauty can’t coexist.


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Jul 26, 2014
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everafter-theylived:

Just the Voyager Crew being absolute dorks. Love it! They look so baby back at the beginning of the show.

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Jul 25, 2014
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Do You // Spoon


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Jul 25, 2014
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Google's New Moonshot Project: the Human Body - WSJ »

Google Inc. has embarked on what may be its most ambitious and difficult science project ever: a quest inside the human body.

Called Baseline Study, the project will collect anonymous genetic and molecular information from 175 people—and later thousands more—to create what the company hopes will be the fullest picture of what a healthy human being should be.