Ezra Koenig’s vines

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The Beatles + Positions

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Cosmo Sex Tip #24534


during foreplay light him on fire and proclaim “Fire cannot kill a dragon,”

"Everybody loves The Killers. Even God loves The Killers. The dude is probably up there right now, his hair shaped like a "U," doing the pogo to "Mr. Brightside" while Jesus stands in the corner pissed because Dad won’t listen to something more appropriate, like Michael W. Smith. That’s how loved The Killers are: They make God be naughty. And why wouldn’t he? The Killers are like the Cabbage Patch Kids of 2004: Everyone wants a piece of them. The group is a lust apex. They’re the quarterback at prom. They’re the Donald at the hairdresser. They’re the porn star in a room full of computer nerds. Little girls cover their mouths and giggle when they walk by. Big girls think dirty thoughts. And critics actually faint, like they’ve been overcome by something old-fashioned, like the vapors" — Las Vegas City Life, 2004 

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The Radio Dept. - Strange Things Will Happen
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The Radio Dept. — Strange Things Will Happen


The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, marking the latest in a series of court decisions favoring marriage equality.

""We recognize that same-sex marriage makes some people deeply uncomfortable," he wrote. "However, inertia and apprehension are not legitimate bases for denying same-sex couples due process and equal protection of the laws."

In considering the matter, Floyd, joined by Judge Roger Gregory, ruled, “The Virginia Marriage Laws … impede the right to marry by preventing same-sex couples from marrying and nullifying the legal import of their out-of-state marriages. Strict scrutiny therefore applies in this case.”“


Audrey Hepburn photographed by Philippe Halsman in Rome, Italy, 1954.

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