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grofjardanhazy:

Evolution of the Desk (1980-2014)

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See that first computer there? That’s a Mac Classic, I had one of those, in fact I still do, in the loft somewhere and as far as I know it works. It just needs the start up discs which I don’t have and those were floppy discs!

O M G I’m really old!

That was my first computer, too! Got it freshman year of college. The university had a deal for students, and we could get it cheap for $1000.

Me too, but…thus puts it on the desk in 1980, and it didn’t come out till ‘84…

My first computer as well. 218K (!!!!) of internal memory. My dad bought it as soon as it was available (he was always an early adopter), but gave it to me in late 1984 when he decided it was a toy and not good for the serious coding he was doing. I loved it, upgraded it to 512K (“Fat Mac”), replaced it with other macs over time. I’m writing this on a 15 inch MacBook Pro that’s already five years old.

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kryptaria:

roane72:

stellarbisexual:

teawithmrpond:

thedevilsbaklava:

You, sir. That is quite enough of that. Don’t make me come over there.
[gif by: sherryzizi] [fellow sufferer/accomplice: verysharpteeth]

This might be the greatest gif ever made

#do you think he goes into certain shots thinking #imma make this one look dirty as hell #even though we’re talking about cardboard (via my-milieu-too)

Fuck. Me.

The body language. The smirk. The eyelashes.

kryptaria:

roane72:

stellarbisexual:

teawithmrpond:

thedevilsbaklava:

You, sir. That is quite enough of that. Don’t make me come over there.

[gif by: sherryzizi] [fellow sufferer/accomplice: verysharpteeth]

This might be the greatest gif ever made

(via my-milieu-too)

Fuck. Me.

The body language. The smirk. The eyelashes.

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White Northern Lights in Finland

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kryptaria00q:

Friday, 13 April 1979

“Where do you want to start, Son? It’s your birthday — you choose.”

James Bond stared at Diagon Alley with a new sense of wonder. He’d been here before — of course he had — but today was different. Today, he turned eleven, which meant he’d be off to Hogwart’s School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in just a few months. Until now, the shops here had held treasures meant for another time. “When you’re older,” his parents had been saying for years.

But now he was older. Old enough to think of learning how to fly on a broom for himself and not just as a passenger. Old enough to look at spellbooks and school robes and…

“A wand,” he said hopefully, looking up at his father. “Can we start at Ollivander’s?”

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literarystarbucks:

John Green goes up to the counter and orders an espresso shot. The barista gives him a venti cafe espresso frappucino. Green says, “This isn’t what I ordered.” The barista replies, “You ordered a drizzle, I’m giving you a hurricane.”

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literarystarbucks:

Hemingway goes up to the counter and orders one espresso. It’s hot. He drinks it in silence. It makes him remember his father’s cabin. He thinks about the woman he loved once. He does not smile. The coffee reminds him of war - short but painful, swallowed down quickly. One could order worse drinks. He leaves Starbucks and walks out into the rain.

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literarymagpie replied to your post: Sometimes my husband says things that,…

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But then a couple hours later he made me laugh so hard that people in other cars turned to stare.

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Sometimes my husband says things that, if we were just dating, would be a deal breaker.