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Slate Magazine syncs "FDT" with Pokemon, Guardians of the Galaxy, Garden State amongst others

Someone at Slate Magazine must have gotten bored or was avoiding more pressing matters at hand. Whatever the reason, editors took YG and Nipsy Hussle’s profanity laced “FDT” (short for Fuck Donald Trump) and merged the song with a calvacade of pop culture. 32 more words

Politics

Five Tips on How to Feel Better When You're Feeling Down

Hey loves,

Today, I want to talk about how you can stay positive and motivated in times where you feel down. Enjoy!

In light of recent events in my life, I wanted to talk about a topic that is really important in our lives. 514 more words

Doctor's appointment and painting on cardboard

With only a few days before crit week, I had to pick up the pace, but as always, I got sidetracked. I would have done more work in the morning, but I had to set up an appointment to see my doctor. 94 more words

Fine Art

honest with yourself

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“…completely quiet, neither thinking nor afraid, and yet be extraordinarily, passionately alive…”

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Krishnamurti:

…we do not ask. We want to be told. One of the most curious things in the structure of our psyche is that we all want to be told because we are the result of the propaganda of ten thousand years.

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Exploring Consciousness

Blind Bag Opening: Tsum Tsum Series 1

Blind bags are everywhere you look at the moment. If you visit any toy shop if you will see rows and rows of blind boxes!! You can have your pick of shopkins, Num Noms and also Disney!! 469 more words

Geek Life

In Remembrance of Life

FRACTURED

originally posted February 24, 2015

“Goodbye? On no, please. Can’t we just go back to page one and start all over again?” – A. A. 452 more words

Reflections

Good evening, readers! And welcome back to The River Blog. If you were here last week, you know that I issued myself a challenge: I requested that people submit story prompts, and then I would pick one and try to write a short story by the next week. 687 more words

Writing