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Aug 30, 2013

In a meritocracy, if you’re poor, or you gain success and then lose it, it’s not an accident. It’s worse. It’s your fault. You’re the failure. You’re the one who lost everything. And this causes people to live shackled with a constant fear of inadequacy; all the world’s hustle and bustle motivated by a baseline status anxiety.

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Music piracy in the ’60s
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Music piracy in the ’60s

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tapwaterjackson:

Photographs, by Melinda, of the China Danxia, a unique landform between the Guizhou and Zhejiang Provinces in China. Via Double Takes

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Frank O. Gehry. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao #12 by Ximo Michavila on Flickr.
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Storms and Hotels, Texas
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jakebaggaley:

Storms and Hotels, Texas

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August Bresgen , Portrait of two friends in Florence, c. 1930. 
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loverofbeauty:

August Bresgen , Portrait of two friends in Florence, c. 1930. 

Originally posted by blastedheath

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maldive (by alessandro 1948)
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