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leehallfae · 3 hours ago
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What was your first source of portable music? Walkman? CD player with headphones? MP3 Player? iPod? Phone? 
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leehallfae · 4 hours ago
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my biggest issue with tiktok is like…yes as a 25 year old i am going to find teenagers inherently annoying so whatever. but that doesn’t mean teenagers shouldn’t have the opportunity to connect with each other and share content and explore media etc etc. HOWEVER i think tiktok sets an insane and dangerous precedent of having your Actual Face And Voice in these posts that are ultimately pretty publicly accessible to anyone. like, teenagers deserve to have spaces in which they can be cringey and embarrassing and weird and nerdy but for everyone’s sakes it should be fairly anonymous…i shudder to think of the world in which every unhinged thing i ever posted about glee or sherlock or hp or whatever had my dumb little 14 year old face attached to it for anyone to see over a decade later.
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leehallfae · 6 hours ago
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Poet James Schuyler to painter John Button (Spring 1956) 
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leehallfae · 7 hours ago
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favorite poetry mags?
gasher, doghouse press, muzzle, SCAB, antifragile, peach mag
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leehallfae · 15 hours ago
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stories about time travel are about two things. number one is inevitable tragedy. number two is seeing that inevitable tragedy and saying oh god I will make this right please even if I can't fix it I will try to make this right. also I lied they're about three things and third is obviously love
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leehallfae · 17 hours ago
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STARDUST (2007) dir. Matthew Vaughn
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leehallfae · 17 hours ago
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What does the God of your childhood look like?            A soft apparition pigeoned in the attic,
a wound eating you one year at a time?
— Rachel McKibbens, from “outhouse,” published in Vinyl
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leehallfae · 17 hours ago
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I might get some shit for this but one of the reasons some of you have such shit critical skills/reading comprehension is because you’re adults who exclusively consume kids’ cartoons, ya books and fanfic and staunchly refuse to engage with anything remotely challenging which is how we ended up with people thinking harry potter is the apex of world literature or that dante’s inferno is the same as fanfiction. I love easily digestible things that are simply fun to consume but I’ve heard people say “ya is a vast diverse genre” and in the same breath add “I don’t like the classics (aka books that shaped, reflected and influenced the world) because they’re all boring and one genre apparently” which is a stance that is not so much anti-elitist as it is anti-intellectual.
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leehallfae · 17 hours ago
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The billboard said, "The end is near"
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leehallfae · 17 hours ago
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leehallfae · 20 hours ago
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[ID: 3 green leaves with text stamped on them. They say "It's so hot and the sky's so blue", "I want people to know me", "but it's so hard to tell them". ]
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leehallfae · 21 hours ago
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Galliano Fall 2009
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leehallfae · a day ago
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The sunrise of the 9th of August, 2020. I remember this one.
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leehallfae · a day ago
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The Temple of Hatshepsut glows at sunset 
Hatshepsut’s temple is one of the world’s most striking architectural masterpieces, but perhaps even more noteworthy is the woman who commissioned it.
Photograph by Kenneth Garrett, National Geographic Creative
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leehallfae · a day ago
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Kollafjörður Bay, Iceland. June 2017. 
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leehallfae · a day ago
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I think what makes Antony Starr's portrayal of Homelander such a great villain is that his motivation throughout the entire series has always been love and it SHOWS. It's twisted and warped but all Homelander wants is love. He wants to be loved and season 3 did a great job of pushing this to the forefront, as well as showing us that - despite how tall and old he is - he's just a kid. He never matured emotionally because he never received the proper love and attention as a kid, so his whole moral system is warped. That smile at the end, where the crowd cheered for him straight-up murdering an innocent civilian, was so much like the kind a kid gives after doing something funny for a crowd where you can see the wheels turning, going "this will earn me attention." Soldier Boy read him correctly that he was needy, which is why his perfect defeat isn't death but total irrelevance.
And, on the flip side, Billy's anger at the world - which has been such a common motivator amongst villains - is his driving force to combat Homelander and be the 'hero'.
The usual motivators between heroes and villains have been flipped and presented with so much care it's amazing.
The Boys put so much intention and thought into all their character choices and that's what makes the end product not only a masterpiece, but one of the most brilliant satires of our generation.
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leehallfae · a day ago
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That’s when this whole OCD shit started. I mean, I don’t understand it. All I know is that if I didn’t check the burners three times a night, Soldier Boy would come back and kill the rest of us. 
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