1. kanyewesanderson:

Moonrise Kingdom / Birthday Song

    kanyewesanderson:

    Moonrise Kingdom / Birthday Song

     
  2. thebowerbirds:

Source: Tamara Magel
     
  3. thebowerbirds:

Source: The Design Files
     
  4. tastefullyoffensive:

    One-Star Yelp Reviews of U.S. National Parks [mashable]

    Previously: 15 Brilliant Shower Ideas

     
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  6. upworthy:

    Hearing These Kittens Talk (Yes, Talk) Was The Most Smile-Inducing 30 Seconds Of My Day

    When choosing to adopt a cat, you’re not only rescuing one of them, but you’re potentially saving hundreds. When you buy a cat or dog, it increases the demand for the cruel cat and puppy mills that supply them. Choose a rescue shelter or an adoption center instead — they’re full of beautiful, healthy cats and dogs. You’ll be sure to find one with a personality to match your own.

     
  7. (Source: rhardbeck)

     
  8. nprfreshair:

Jake Halpern grew up in Buffalo, which happens to be a national center of debt collection agencies. He writes that more than 5,000 people in the Buffalo area work in debt collection. In his new book, Halpern takes a dive into the underworld of the debt collection industry, where having a criminal background is no barrier to entry, and may sometimes be useful. He writes of a world in which batches of old, uncollected debts may be sold again and again to collection agencies, and may end up being worked by two companies simultaneously. Jake Halpern is a contributor to The New Yorker and the New York Times Magazine, and is the author of Fame Junkies and Braving Home. His new book is called Bad Paper: Chasing Debt from Wall Street to the Underworld.  
Dave Davies asked Halpern why phone calls to people’s homes to collect debts often come from agencies other than the company they originally owed.
Hear what he says. 

    nprfreshair:

    Jake Halpern grew up in Buffalo, which happens to be a national center of debt collection agencies. He writes that more than 5,000 people in the Buffalo area work in debt collection. In his new book, Halpern takes a dive into the underworld of the debt collection industry, where having a criminal background is no barrier to entry, and may sometimes be useful. He writes of a world in which batches of old, uncollected debts may be sold again and again to collection agencies, and may end up being worked by two companies simultaneously. Jake Halpern is a contributor to The New Yorker and the New York Times Magazine, and is the author of Fame Junkies and Braving Home. His new book is called Bad Paper: Chasing Debt from Wall Street to the Underworld.  

    Dave Davies asked Halpern why phone calls to people’s homes to collect debts often come from agencies other than the company they originally owed.

    Hear what he says. 

     
  9. jeremykaye:

It’s never easy.
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    jeremykaye:

    It’s never easy.

    Facebook - Twitter - UP and OUT subreddit - Patreon

     
  10. catsbeaversandducks:

    Winter is Coming