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attheknick:

While The Knick is a work of fiction, it is based on exhaustive historical research. Below, the show’s writers share some of the true facts of the era that are depicted in this episode.

Typhoid Mary was a real woman named Mary Mallon who infected at least 53 New Yorkers. #TheKnick

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Digging this show.

Source: attheknick

thisblogofours:

Al Capone, pushing away a camera.

Back when there was only one camera with which to deal in a crowd.

(via toxicshock)

Source: thisblogofours

designculturemind:

The future is here and it’s horrible

The future is here and it’s horrible. (*crying laughter*)
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designculturemind:

The future is here and it’s horrible

The future is here and it’s horrible. (*crying laughter*)
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designculturemind:

The future is here and it’s horrible

The future is here and it’s horrible. (*crying laughter*)
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designculturemind:

The future is here and it’s horrible

The future is here and it’s horrible. (*crying laughter*)
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designculturemind:

The future is here and it’s horrible

The future is here and it’s horrible. (*crying laughter*)

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markcoatney:

This was on my desk at the office. It’s the kinda thing that really keeps you up at night.

That’s interesting, because so often the question has been, forcibly, “Why not now?” When, the opposite question is as equally valuable.

Source: markcoatney

"That inscrutable thing is chiefly what I hate; and be the white whale agent, or be the white whale principal, I will wreak that hate upon him. Talk not to me of blasphemy, man; I’d strike the sun if it insulted me. For could the sun do that, then could I do the other; since there is ever a sort of fair play herein, jealousy presiding over all creations. But not my master, man, is even that fair play. Who’s over me? Truth hath no confines."

In which we are once again reminded that, really, Moby-Dick has no peer. (via markcoatney)

My favorite book.

Source: markcoatney

"That said, carrying an iPhone 6 Plus could be uncomfortable, especially for people who wear tight pants."

How to Choose Between iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus - WSJ

Oh no! What will the hipsters do???

(via evangotlib)

Overalls.

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Source: The Wall Street Journal

rollingstone:

If China doesn’t radically reduce the amount of coal it burns within the next decade, nothing anyone does to stabilize the climate will matter. Our special report on the world’s biggest polluter and the frustrating and hopeful struggle to find a new way forward.

Source: Rolling Stone

leslieseuffert:

Brice Bischoff, Bronson Caves
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Brice Bischoff, Bronson Caves
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Brice Bischoff, Bronson Caves
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leslieseuffert:

Brice Bischoff, Bronson Caves
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leslieseuffert:

Brice Bischoff, Bronson Caves
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leslieseuffert:

Brice Bischoff, Bronson Caves
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leslieseuffert:

Brice Bischoff, Bronson Caves
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newyorker:

In the magazine this week, Lizzie Widdicombe explores the rapidly evolving plus-size fashion industry:

“In 1985, the average woman wore a size 8. Today, she wears a size 14. … Plus-size apparel represents almost eighteen billion dollars of the hundred-and-sixteen-billion-dollar women’s-apparel business, and in the past year it has grown three per cent.”

Photographs by Pari Dukovic

Sadder ladies == more eating, less moving around. 
The female sadness quotient has nearly doubled in 30 years.
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newyorker:

In the magazine this week, Lizzie Widdicombe explores the rapidly evolving plus-size fashion industry:

“In 1985, the average woman wore a size 8. Today, she wears a size 14. … Plus-size apparel represents almost eighteen billion dollars of the hundred-and-sixteen-billion-dollar women’s-apparel business, and in the past year it has grown three per cent.”

Photographs by Pari Dukovic

Sadder ladies == more eating, less moving around. 
The female sadness quotient has nearly doubled in 30 years.
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newyorker:

In the magazine this week, Lizzie Widdicombe explores the rapidly evolving plus-size fashion industry:

“In 1985, the average woman wore a size 8. Today, she wears a size 14. … Plus-size apparel represents almost eighteen billion dollars of the hundred-and-sixteen-billion-dollar women’s-apparel business, and in the past year it has grown three per cent.”

Photographs by Pari Dukovic

Sadder ladies == more eating, less moving around. 
The female sadness quotient has nearly doubled in 30 years.
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newyorker:

In the magazine this week, Lizzie Widdicombe explores the rapidly evolving plus-size fashion industry:

In 1985, the average woman wore a size 8. Today, she wears a size 14. … Plus-size apparel represents almost eighteen billion dollars of the hundred-and-sixteen-billion-dollar women’s-apparel business, and in the past year it has grown three per cent.”

Photographs by Pari Dukovic

Sadder ladies == more eating, less moving around. 

The female sadness quotient has nearly doubled in 30 years.

Source: newyorker.com

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