The Body on Somerton Beach | Past Imperfect →
What we can say is that the clues in the Somerton Beach mystery (or the enigma of the “Unknown Man,” as it is known Down Under) add up to one of the world’s most perplexing cold cases. It may be the most mysterious of them all. Fascinating case. Eerie, mysterious, cold-war-spy-related. So much fun to speculate.
The biggest human temptation is to settle for too little. Thomas Merton– Thomas Merton Quotes - Page 2 - BrainyQuote
To consider persons and events and situations only in the light of their effect...– Thomas Merton Quotes - Page 2 - BrainyQuote
Straight outta the '70s →
Hol·o·cene adjective /ˈhäləˌsēn/ /ˈhōlə-/ Of, relating to, or denoting the...
Dear Sugar: How You Get Unstuck [via Longreads] →
“Dear Sugar, About eighteen months ago, I got pregnant. In a move that surprised both my boyfriend and me, we decided we wanted to keep the baby. Though the pregnancy was unplanned, we were really…
littleorphanammo: Since we’re doing the wayback thing. Here’s another one that destroys me. NO JUDGING. Asia — Only Time Will Tell Pardon my reblog; I had no choice, as my fingers did it on their own.
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New Statesman - British society has always tended... →
Brief historical overview of UK rioting. Nice little quick hit.
Yet the locals have their own stories to tell. Take Alan Sitkin,a Labour...– UK riots: political classes see what they want to see | UK news | The Guardian
Steal a little and they throw you in jail Steal a lot and they make you king– Sweetheart Like You, Bob Dylan Based on a passage in Emperor Jones by Eugene O’Neill, but much more lyrical Dylan’s way.
It is criminal to steal a purse, daring to steal a fortune, a mark of greatness...– It is criminal to steal a… at BrainyQuote
My clothes stank of smoke and I wanted to weep with rage at a society that has...– The Salford riots and the greed of the disenfranchised - Hayley Matthews for The Guardian