June 24th, 2014
"Select a childcare provider you can trust…  to eat up all the Aryan babies!"

"Select a childcare provider you can trust…  to eat up all the Aryan babies!"

June 23rd, 2014
this is a case of poorly placed advertisements.  it’s pretty horrifying.

this is a case of poorly placed advertisements.  it’s pretty horrifying.

May 22nd, 2014
calumet412:

Looking north on Clark from Foster, 1960, Chicago.

my old hood.

calumet412:

Looking north on Clark from Foster, 1960, Chicago.

my old hood.

May 2nd, 2014
the hound.  *sigh*

the hound.  *sigh*

March 5th, 2014

hugh bonneville and jim broadbent and paddington bear. 

polabatch:

PADDINGTON BEAR Movie Teaser [International Trailer]

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February 12th, 2014
today is the birthday of a dear friend i fear i will never see again.  this photo makes me think of him, and miss him intensely.

today is the birthday of a dear friend i fear i will never see again.  this photo makes me think of him, and miss him intensely.

(Source: bookpatrol.net)

January 15th, 2014
January 7th, 2014
planning a downton abbey tea party at work, and came across this photo.  i can’t even…

planning a downton abbey tea party at work, and came across this photo.  i can’t even…

um. this hits close to home.
nprfreshair:

Scott Stossel, author of My Age of Anxiety, speaks to Fresh Air’s Terry Gross about his most debilitating phobia:

The fear of vomiting, which for me is one of the most original and most acute of my fears, is actually fairly common. Emetophobia, it’s called, and by some estimates, it’s the fifth most common specific phobia. …
Both in terms of the duration of the time that I’ve suffered from it and its intermittent acuteness, [it’s] the emetophobia [that causes the most suffering]. It infects … many of my other fears. For instance, the fear of vomiting, it makes me afraid of travel because I’m afraid I’ll vomit far from home. It makes me afraid of flying not for the conventional reason that I’m afraid that the plane will crash, although I also have that, but I’m afraid I’ll get motion sick and get nauseous. … The fear of germs is obviously directly tied to that. The horrible kind of self-fulfilling vicious cycle of emetophobia is that if you’re prone to acute anxiety and nervousness, as I am, it often manifests itself with stomach symptoms.
… I haven’t [vomited] since … 1977, March 18.
… With the rational part of my brain I realize how completely irrational this is. I mean, the amount of time since I was 7 years old that I’ve spent worrying about something … that I’ve spent 0 percent of the last 30 some odd years doing, it makes no sense. I know it makes no sense, and yet here I am.


You can hear and read more about Stossel’s experience with anxiety and read a chapter of his book on our program page.
image via anxietytalk

um. this hits close to home.

nprfreshair:

Scott Stossel, author of My Age of Anxiety, speaks to Fresh Air’s Terry Gross about his most debilitating phobia:

The fear of vomiting, which for me is one of the most original and most acute of my fears, is actually fairly common. Emetophobia, it’s called, and by some estimates, it’s the fifth most common specific phobia. …

Both in terms of the duration of the time that I’ve suffered from it and its intermittent acuteness, [it’s] the emetophobia [that causes the most suffering]. It infects … many of my other fears. For instance, the fear of vomiting, it makes me afraid of travel because I’m afraid I’ll vomit far from home. It makes me afraid of flying not for the conventional reason that I’m afraid that the plane will crash, although I also have that, but I’m afraid I’ll get motion sick and get nauseous. … The fear of germs is obviously directly tied to that. The horrible kind of self-fulfilling vicious cycle of emetophobia is that if you’re prone to acute anxiety and nervousness, as I am, it often manifests itself with stomach symptoms.

… I haven’t [vomited] since … 1977, March 18.

… With the rational part of my brain I realize how completely irrational this is. I mean, the amount of time since I was 7 years old that I’ve spent worrying about something … that I’ve spent 0 percent of the last 30 some odd years doing, it makes no sense. I know it makes no sense, and yet here I am.

You can hear and read more about Stossel’s experience with anxiety and read a chapter of his book on our program page.

image via anxietytalk

December 14th, 2013

The Rummy Llama

The Rummy Llama

1 ½ oz half and half
1 ½ oz Silk soy milk
¼ t vanilla extract
¾ oz maple syrup
2 oz Gosling’s Dark Rum
¼ t freshly grated nutmeg
½ oz Benedictine