I'm a 23 year old grad student getting a masters in biostatistics who is just learning how wonderful and crazy life is. I believe in the power of love and life chats and have an undying love for the Mets and USWNT. Oh and I'm as liberal as they come. Peace. Love. Equality.
—Bill Mackin (via psychedelicsunshine)
I need to stop running away from good things.
Lost in New York? The streets are numbered! How’d you get lost in New York? I know it’s kind of stupid to complain about a movie that came out seventeen years ago, but I wasn’t a comedian back then. So I have to do it now. I wish I’d been. I wish I’d been a def jam comic when [Home Alone 2: Lost in New York] came out. I would’ve torn it to pieces!
July 21, 2004: Ten years ago today, a 21-year old rookie named David Wright debuted for the New York Mets against the Montreal Expos.
While his first ever game in the majors lacked a hit, Wright managed to end his rookie season with a .293 batting average, 14 home runs, and 40 RBI in only 69 games played after being chosen as the everyday third baseman.
Happy ten-year anniversary, David Wright!
—Jonathan Safran Foer, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (via allthingssoulful)
I’m interviewing for my dream job tomorrow. Praying that my brain doesn’t decide to spontaneously forget all of the math I’ve ever learned. I guess I should go to sleep soon…
20 day old Husky pup learning to howl with its human
> I JUST DIED OF CUTENESS.
> My heart just grew three sizes.
I want to cry
Daniel Radcliffe, on the time he spends in bookshops during his time off. — The South Bank Show. (x)