We all have a lot more to read than we can read and a lot more to do than we can do.

Will SchwalbeThe End of Your Life Book Club (via vintageanchorbooks)

(Source: findmeplease)

versailles-fairytale:

" You have been a fabulous audience! Tell you what, you’re the best audience in the whole world. Take care of yourselves! Good night, Alice! Good night, Agrabah! Adios, amigos!"
- Genie (Robin Williams)

RIP Robin Williams

versailles-fairytale:

" You have been a fabulous audience! Tell you what, you’re the best audience in the whole world. Take care of yourselves! Good night, Alice! Good night, Agrabah! Adios, amigos!"

- Genie (Robin Williams)

RIP Robin Williams

Dinner looks fancy…I can tell by the portion sizes.

SO. TRUE. >.<

10 Things You Might Not Know About Governors Island

Probably one of my fave places in NYC :D

Made my morning :)

Made my morning :)

newsweek:

Seven Things More Likely To Kill You Than Ebola 
With news that the deadly Ebola virus may have reached America’s densest, most populous city yesterday, many Americans are freaking out. And some in the media are fanning the flames because, with Israelis and Palestinians not killing each other for a few hours, we don’t have anything else to write about. But you’re not going to catch Ebola. The chances of you getting it are, like, practically zero. If it’s even here, which it might not be. But there are lots of other things that can — and will — kill you. Here are just a few.
1. Being stung by a bee:A bee could kill you. The most recent statistics show that 54 Americans died from bee stings in 2000. But what if you got stung by a bee with Ebola? It’d be a BeeBola.
2. Food poisoning: One time I ate a salad from Wendy’s and got food poisoning. It was pretty bad, but I didn’t die. But 3,000 people do die, every year, from food poisoning. The salad was also bad, in case you were wondering. Not as bad as Ebola, but still.
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newsweek:

Seven Things More Likely To Kill You Than Ebola

With news that the deadly Ebola virus may have reached America’s densest, most populous city yesterday, many Americans are freaking out. And some in the media are fanning the flames because, with Israelis and Palestinians not killing each other for a few hours, we don’t have anything else to write about. But you’re not going to catch Ebola. The chances of you getting it are, like, practically zero. If it’s even here, which it might not be. But there are lots of other things that can — and will — kill you. Here are just a few.

1. Being stung by a bee:A bee could kill you. The most recent statistics show that 54 Americans died from bee stings in 2000. But what if you got stung by a bee with Ebola? It’d be a BeeBola.

2. Food poisoning: One time I ate a salad from Wendy’s and got food poisoning. It was pretty bad, but I didn’t die. But 3,000 people do die, every year, from food poisoning. The salad was also bad, in case you were wondering. Not as bad as Ebola, but still.

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NYC Crime Map

Just an FYI

leeandlow:

The Diversity Gap in the highest grossing science fiction and fantasy films. Sad, right? You can see the full study here.

leeandlow:

The Diversity Gap in the highest grossing science fiction and fantasy films. Sad, right? You can see the full study here.