1. Changes, next exit.  If you want to stay the same, better stay here.

    Changes, next exit.  If you want to stay the same, better stay here.

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  2. It’s a modern day paradox: “Always open. Closed.”

    It’s a modern day paradox: “Always open. Closed.”

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  3. Absolutely nothing next 22 miles?  What about the road, dirt/sand, telephone poles, scrub, mountains, etc.?

    Absolutely nothing next 22 miles?  What about the road, dirt/sand, telephone poles, scrub, mountains, etc.?

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  4. No dogs skateboarding with a wine glass while smoking.  So, does that mean just one of these activities is fine for your dog?

    No dogs skateboarding with a wine glass while smoking.  So, does that mean just one of these activities is fine for your dog?

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  5. Not to mention, they might spoil their appetite and not eat all their dinner.

    Not to mention, they might spoil their appetite and not eat all their dinner.

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  6. Parking for drive-through service only. 

    Parking for drive-through service only. 

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  7. I guess Cinderella wasn’t that memorable.  Either that, or the prince was VERY drunk, and knew he had major beer goggles the night before.

    I guess Cinderella wasn’t that memorable.  Either that, or the prince was VERY drunk, and knew he had major beer goggles the night before.

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  9. Do what you like, and let prestige take care of itself. …If it didn’t suck, they wouldn’t have had to make it prestigious.
    – Paul Graham in “How to do what you love” http://www.paulgraham.com/love.html

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  10. There is not a particle of life which does not bear poetry within it.
    – Gustave Flaubert (via homosexualheartthrob)

    (via comfortablymyself)

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  11. Some Writing Prompt Generators

    sauntering-vaguely-downwards:

    pibsims:

    needlekind:

    Serendipity (names, places, mapbuilding, etc.)
    Quick Story Idea
    Full Story Idea
    Writing Challenges
    General Character
    Quick Character
    really just all of Seventh Sanctum
    RPGesque generators
    Writing Prompts
    Inspiration Finder
    Story Arc
    Fantasy Story Situaton
    Adventure
    Chaotic Shiny is just really good in general
    Random Plot 

    reblog for my own reference

    /high pitched screeching

    I don’t currently need these because I have more projects at the moment than I know what to do with, fiction and non.  Perhaps you can make better use of these?

    (via bulbasaur-baggins-of-baggend)

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  12. The man that I named the Giver passed along to the boy knowledge, history, memories, color, pain, laughter, love, and truth. Every time you place a book in the hands of a child, you do the same thing. It is very risky. But each time a child opens a book, he pushes open the gate that separates him from Elsewhere. It gives him choices. It gives him freedom. Those are magnificent, wonderfully unsafe things.
     Lois Lowry, from her Newberry Award acceptance speech. (via amandaonwriting)t (via seriouslyamerica)

    (via seriouslyamerica)

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