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Shoot.    I still don't like McNally restaurants. Or Sonic Youth.

thedogist:

Micah, Alaskan Husky, Bute & Burnaby St, Vancouver, BC • Micah broke his leg by “running into a car”

thedogist:

Micah, Alaskan Husky, Bute & Burnaby St, Vancouver, BC • Micah broke his leg by “running into a car”

— 2 months ago with 213 notes

Jenny Lewis, photographed by Autumn de Wilde.

(Source: jennylewisdaily, via oh-whiskers)

— 2 months ago with 573 notes
How I got Spirit Airlines to buy me a subscription to The Wall Street Journal →

paulbrady:

Not too long ago, Spirit launched a stunt in which it would give away 8,000 miles if you handed over your email address and complained about their (or any other airline’s) service. It was pretty clever and probably didn’t cost them much, since 8,000 miles is usually not enough to get a free…

— 2 months ago with 11 notes
richardrushfield:

Oh what a lovely comic-con part 5

richardrushfield:

Oh what a lovely comic-con part 5

— 2 months ago with 20 notes
cajunboy:

One of my favorite things about traveling via Amtrak is being seated with strangers in the dining car and hearing their stories. For lunch today my dining companion was Dee-Dee, a profoundly precocious 10 year-old from Austin who’s traveling with her grandparents. After telling her I was going to Texas just to see Boyhood she responded, “You’re traveling just to go see a movie? That’s AWESOME!” Dee-Dee totally gets it.

Dee-Dee wants to be a surgeon when she grows up and her nickname at school is “the chocolate girl.” (With her finger covered in chocolate syrup in the photo above, perhaps you can see why.) When I asked if she prefers traveling by train or plane she said the following: “Can you stretch out and lay down and go to sleep on a plane? No! Can you have a good dinner in a dining car on a plane? No! Can you look out the window and watch the country go by on a plane? No! So the answer is train, obviously.”

Dee-Dee has a black lab named “Prince” and two border collies named “Eli” and “Peyton.” Eli, she says, is “really, really dumb.” 

Dee-Dee is my new best friend. (at Mermentau River)

cajunboy:

One of my favorite things about traveling via Amtrak is being seated with strangers in the dining car and hearing their stories. For lunch today my dining companion was Dee-Dee, a profoundly precocious 10 year-old from Austin who’s traveling with her grandparents. After telling her I was going to Texas just to see Boyhood she responded, “You’re traveling just to go see a movie? That’s AWESOME!” Dee-Dee totally gets it.

Dee-Dee wants to be a surgeon when she grows up and her nickname at school is “the chocolate girl.” (With her finger covered in chocolate syrup in the photo above, perhaps you can see why.) When I asked if she prefers traveling by train or plane she said the following: “Can you stretch out and lay down and go to sleep on a plane? No! Can you have a good dinner in a dining car on a plane? No! Can you look out the window and watch the country go by on a plane? No! So the answer is train, obviously.”

Dee-Dee has a black lab named “Prince” and two border collies named “Eli” and “Peyton.” Eli, she says, is “really, really dumb.”

Dee-Dee is my new best friend. (at Mermentau River)

— 2 months ago with 56 notes
paulbrady:

Vintage TWA wings found at my parents’ house.

paulbrady:

Vintage TWA wings found at my parents’ house.

— 3 months ago with 17 notes