robotnic

Just another blog addict looking for her daily fix.

asanaambitions:

Friendly reminder to check your breasts while you’re just sitting there scrolling the internet, then reblog so your followers do the same. Two people I know were just diagnosed within the same week.

asanaambitions:

Friendly reminder to check your breasts while you’re just sitting there scrolling the internet, then reblog so your followers do the same. Two people I know were just diagnosed within the same week.

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Fuck yeah.

Fuck yeah.

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Book Review: Every Day is for the Thief by Teju Cole http://bit.ly/1o5zanO

Book Review: Every Day is for the Thief by Teju Cole http://bit.ly/1o5zanO

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mscking7:

This is incredibly beautiful

*sheds a tear*

Look at all the beautiful piss taking of Tory twats

this is fucking art man

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52 Books: April 2014 http://bit.ly/1js3wNT

52 Books: April 2014 http://bit.ly/1js3wNT

Reading Week #6 – Eat, Walk, Link Love http://bit.ly/1nPYUnZ

Reading Week #6 – Eat, Walk, Link Love http://bit.ly/1nPYUnZ

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“This white straight male default was of course not biased in any way by its white straight maleness—no way! Race was the unfortunate condition of nonwhite people that had nothing to do with white people and as such was not a natural part of the Universal of Literature, and anyone that tried to introduce racial consciousness to the Great (White) Universal of Literature would be seen as politicizing the Pure Art and betraying the (White) Universal (no race) ideal of True Literature.”

You Must Remember This Episode 2: Frank Sinatra in Outer Space

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Frank Sinatra in Outer Space

Welcome to the second episode of You Must Remember This, the podcast devoted to exploring the secret and or/forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century. Today, we look back to 1979, when — while the music world was full of punk and post-disco coke rock, and the movie world was making the transition from the “New Hollywood” of the ’70s into the blockbuster age — Frank Sinatra recorded Trilogy: Past, Present and Future, a triple album with one disc each devoted to big band standards (“The Past”); covers from “the rock era” including Billy Joel and Beatles songs and also “Theme from New York, New York” (“The Present”); and, most amazingly, a 40 minute song cycle about life, love, death and visiting outer space (“The Future”). We’ll take a look at how and why “The Future” was made, and theorize as to why it’s fallen into the dustbin of pop cultural history.  

Moar moar moar.