How have you never been on Oprah?

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ithemighty:

We’re proud to premiere a music video for our new song “Love Your Sin”!

This hits iTunes on July 15th, along with 2 new studio-recorded full band acoustic renditions of “Speak To Me” (from Satori LP) and “The Dreamer” (from Karma Never Sleeps EP).

Read more about the digital release and the meaning behind the song at:http://blog.equalvision.com/post/91483627750/i-the-mighty-premieres-love-your-sin-music

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tastefullyoffensive:

[doghousediaries]

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4th of July on the East River


tastefullyoffensive:

Airplane Sleep Positions by Demetri Martin

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F.R.I.E.N.D.S + games

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My beagle baby is 10 years old today. 
Don’t ask me why she sleeps this way.

My beagle baby is 10 years old today.
Don’t ask me why she sleeps this way.


humansofnewyork:

"His grandmother and I are raising him. I worry about putting him into the public school system. I was a teacher for many years. I’ve seen so much confidence destroyed by the standardized system. Every human is born with natural curiosity. I’ve never seen a child who wasn’t inspired. But once you force someone to do anything, the inspired person is killed. I dropped out of school myself in 7th grade. So I know. I taught a GED course for years, so I’ve seen the end results over and over. I’ve seen so many kids who have complexes and insecurities because they were forced to do something they weren’t ready to do, and then they were blamed when they weren’t able to do it. What we call ‘education’ today is not organic. You can’t take something as complex as the human mind, compartmentalize it, and regiment its development so strictly."

humansofnewyork:

"His grandmother and I are raising him. I worry about putting him into the public school system. I was a teacher for many years. I’ve seen so much confidence destroyed by the standardized system. Every human is born with natural curiosity. I’ve never seen a child who wasn’t inspired. But once you force someone to do anything, the inspired person is killed. I dropped out of school myself in 7th grade. So I know. I taught a GED course for years, so I’ve seen the end results over and over. I’ve seen so many kids who have complexes and insecurities because they were forced to do something they weren’t ready to do, and then they were blamed when they weren’t able to do it. What we call ‘education’ today is not organic. You can’t take something as complex as the human mind, compartmentalize it, and regiment its development so strictly."

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