Pointz Of View

New Yorker. Train buff, soccer/hockey fanatic, coffee addict. Stuck between here and there.

piragon:

When someone expects me to blindly stride into a childish trap and, electrocute myself.

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Be clearly aware of the stars and infinity on high. Then life seems almost enchanted after all.

— Vincent van Gogh (via vincentvangogh-art)

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beatboxfox:

malformalady:

Pink sand on Ellafonisi Beach, Crete, Greece. Pink sand is formed of tiny red organisms that grow on dead coral reefs and pieces of shells which fall to the ocean floor and are washed onto shore.
Photo credit: Jan-Erik Larsson

Dead things are beautiful

beatboxfox:

malformalady:

Pink sand on Ellafonisi Beach, Crete, Greece. Pink sand is formed of tiny red organisms that grow on dead coral reefs and pieces of shells which fall to the ocean floor and are washed onto shore.

Photo credit: Jan-Erik Larsson

Dead things are beautiful

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There’s only one sound that gets me fired up: the voice of every person who said I was too small to make it.

—Martin St. Louis (Nike/Bauer commercial)

(Source: judyhajr, via shermsalot)

martybiron:

Derek Stepan gently taps Chris Kreider’s shoulder [x]

Requested by Anon

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So we don’t have a debt crisis, and never did. Why did everyone important seem to think otherwise? To be fair, there has been some real good news about the long-run fiscal prospect, mainly from health care. But it’s hard to escape the sense that debt panic was promoted because it served a political purpose — that many people were pushing the notion of a debt crisis as a way to attack Social Security and Medicare. And they did immense damage along the way, diverting the nation’s attention from its real problems — crippling unemployment, deteriorating infrastructure and more — for years on end.