lucifelle:

Felix Labisse, 1972

lucifelle:

Felix Labisse, 1972

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danskjavlarna:

A nicely large scan from The Astrologer of the Nineteenth Century by Raphael, 1825.

danskjavlarna:

A nicely large scan from The Astrologer of the Nineteenth Century by Raphael, 1825.

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And sure enough, sports can uphold a standard of justice that we often find lacking in our government and social institutions. The stopwatch doesn’t care about your race, class, or gender. The barbell isn’t impressed or daunted that you went to Yale or prison. “I think all of us are looking for that which does not admit of bullshit,” the novelist Harry Crews once said in an interview, and he found that in sports: “If you tell me you can bench press 450, hell, we’ll load up the bar and put you under it. Either you can do it or you can’t do it—you can’t bullshit. Ultimately, sports are just about as close to what one would call the truth as it is possible to get in this world.”
CrossFit mirrors American militarism, by Eric Lemay (via hunteryharris)
taylorswift:

I was proud of the simple fact that I somehow avoided a major embarrassment in this moment.

taylorswift:

I was proud of the simple fact that I somehow avoided a major embarrassment in this moment.

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a-la-maquina:

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a-la-maquina:

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