Firm believer that everyone needs a little sha-la-la-la-la-la in their daily routine.
Filmmaker and student studying Film & Television at NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
I shall post whatever shizzle tickles my fancy.
Living in a world before war with the eskimos.

Kathryn Prescott by Sarah Dunn

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smallstrawhat:

*stares at due date list* *thinks for a long time* *closes laptop*

portroids:

MAD MEN returns tonight on AMC!

Kathryn Prescott by Sarah Dunn

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"The first thing I noticed on my first day on the job is that in retail no one sits. Ever. It didn’t matter if it was at the beginning of my shift, if the store was empty, or if my knees, back, and feet ached from hours of standing. Park your behind while on the clock, went the unspoken rule, and you might find it on a park bench scanning the want-ads for a new job. Another quick observation: Working in retail takes more skill than just selling stuff. Besides the mindless tasks one expects—folding, stacking, sorting, fetching things for customers—I frequently had to tackle a series of housekeeping chores that Stretch never mentioned in our welcome-aboard chat. Performed during the late shift, those chores usually meant I’d have to stay well past the scheduled 9 p.m. quitting time. Mop the floors in the bathroom, replace the toilet paper and scrub the toilets if necessary. Vacuum. Empty the garbage. Wipe down the glass front doors, every night, even if they don’t really need it. It was all part of the job, done after your shift has ended but without overtime pay."

My Life as a Retail Worker: Nasty, Brutish, and Poor (via azspot)

It’s the fine print that comes with jobs like this that often make them burdens. Ballooning expectations for as minimal pay as possible.

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Everyone should work retail, a retail Christmas preferably, once in their lives. It makes you a better customer.

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hellabloggin:

when did potatoes learn how to run

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odditiesoflife:

The Magical World of Living Light

This is the mysterious spectacle of bioluminescence. Its hard not to revel in the beauty of this remarkable natural phenomenon. These glowing creatures are primarily a product of the ocean. They are the primary source of light in the largest and darkest area of habitable land on Earth, the deep sea. On land, they are most commonly seen as glowing fungus on wood (foxfire) or in the few families of luminous insects (fireflies). 

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assgod:

the library is officially closed

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I need more blogs to follow

earthlysins:

Reblof is you post any of the following:
-Bob Dylan
-Sonic Youth
-Angel Olsen
-Trailor Park Boys
-Lost (the show)
-American Horror Story (any season)
-Any quotes
-Art (by whoever)
-Photography
-Nature