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wheredidweparkthedragonzord:

Just found out my BFF is going to the same convention I am this weekend.

wheredidweparkthedragonzord:

Just found out my BFF is going to the same convention I am this weekend.

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I actually like rainy days. 
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I actually like rainy days.

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When I send out a heartfelt e-mail to friends and nobody responds.
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When I send out a heartfelt e-mail to friends and nobody responds.

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nprcodeswitch:

"It doesn’t escape me for one moment that so much joy in my life is thanks to so much pain in someone else’s."
— Lupita Nyong’o, accepting her Oscar
palaceofposey:

Congrats again to the stunning Lupita Nyong’o on her Oscar win!

nprcodeswitch:

"It doesn’t escape me for one moment that so much joy in my life is thanks to so much pain in someone else’s."

— Lupita Nyong’o, accepting her Oscar

palaceofposey:

Congrats again to the stunning Lupita Nyong’o on her Oscar win!

(via npr)

I can’t stop laughing at this. 
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I can’t stop laughing at this.

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nprbooks:

Have you heard of the npr8? They’re a group of runners NPR is following as they train for the Boston Marathon. Watching their progress got me thinking about books for serious runners. Here are a few that come to mind:

  • Born to Run by Christopher McDougall, in which the author trains with the legendary long distance runners of Mexico’s Tarahumara tribe.
  • Jim Axelrod’s In The Long Run focuses on the circumstances that got the author to start running in the first place – a crossroads in his personal and professional life.
  • In The Lure Of Long Distances, Robin Harvie delivers a philosophical exploration of ultramarathoning.
  • And Haruki Murakami’s What I Talk About When I Talk About Running is a memoir about training for the New York City Marathon and writing. As the Times puts it, “For Murakami, long-haul running is not just a metaphor for the loneliness of the long-distance novelist; it’s pretty well synonymous with it.

Any other suggestions?