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Stuff I found while looking around

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This Guy Turns OCD Hoarding Into Amazing Photos

Louis C.K.’s Girls Can’t Have Cell Phones

A collection of memorable falling scenes in cinema and TV.

What PTSD is:

It was never the snap trauma, the quick moment of action that breaks a person. PTSD is the wages of a life spent in crisis, the slow, the­matic build that grad­u­ally changes the way the suf­ferer sees the world. You get boiled by heating the water one degree each hour. By the time you finally suc­cumb, you realize you had no idea it was get­ting hotter.

Sad desk lunch

What I’ve Learned: Michael Wright

I now know what it’s like to have a 110-story building that’s been hit by a 767 come down on my head. For better or for worse, it’s part of my life. There are things I never thought I’d know that I now know.

Starfish Hitler

This is so Memphis.

The Official “Fun vs. Effort” Graph of Pets. I love that there’s a baby on here and its placement on the graph.

Favorites: Favorites is a weekly email of amazing photography curated Heather Champ. Subscribers can send in their best photo of the week and I’ll select a few to share with the list, complete with the photographers’ names, descriptions, and links to their sites.

– Brilliant: Gay Liberal Lawmaker Releases Ad Featuring His Tea Party Republican Dad

If Picasso had painted superheroes

Wonderful animated soccer vignettes

Without the freedom to play children will never truly grow up:

Playing is learning. At play, children learn the most important of life’s lessons, the ones that cannot be taught in school. To learn these lessons well, children need lots of play — lots and lots of it, without interference from adults.

– It is, in fact, fun to stay there.

– Ricky Gervais tells a story about how he learned to write.

A few of my favorite recent tweets:

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Heather B. Armstrong

Hi. I’m Heather B. Armstrong, and this used to be called mommy blogging. But then they started calling it Influencer Marketing: hashtag ad, hashtag sponsored, hashtag you know you want me to slap your product on my kid and exploit her for millions and millions of dollars. That’s how this shit works. Now? Well… sit back, buckle up, and enjoy the ride.

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