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#TBT 2004 When @brettgurewitz & @ginagurewitz took me in & helped my find a little of myself while writing Commit This To Memory.

#TBT 2004 When @brettgurewitz & @ginagurewitz took me in & helped my find a little of myself while writing Commit This To Memory.

victoriousvocabulary:

JENTACULAR
[adjective]
of or pertaining to a breakfast taken early in the morning, or immediately on getting up.
Etymology: from Latin ientaculum, “a breakfast taken immediately on getting up”.
[Lee Price]

This word so perfectly explains my immediate need for food upon waking. Thank you, English Language.

victoriousvocabulary:

JENTACULAR

[adjective]

of or pertaining to a breakfast taken early in the morning, or immediately on getting up.

Etymology: from Latin ientaculum, “a breakfast taken immediately on getting up”.

[Lee Price]

This word so perfectly explains my immediate need for food upon waking. Thank you, English Language.

booknarcs:

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This episode features musician and all around super cool dude, Bill McShane! Bill used to sing and play guitar in Ultimate Fakebook. Now he sings and plays guitar in The Pride of Erie PA! He also has a mega-top-secret-awesome-job that we aren’t at liberty to discuss (listen to hear him kind…

ozu-teapot:

Twin Peaks: Episode 9 (AKA Coma) - David Lynch - 1990

Creamed Corn.

ozu-teapot:

Twin Peaks: Episode 9 (AKA Coma) - David Lynch - 1990

Creamed Corn.

jennyowenyoungs:

kristinnoeline:

Happy 1st Anniversary to the human who keeps me putting one foot in front of the other, each and every day.

xx

Same. 💘💘💘

Enjoy another exciting monologue from yours truly!

Video Update: August 25th, 2014

witsradio:

Good morning.

readmore-worryless:

"Too many books?" I believe the phrase you’re looking for is "not enough bookshelves".

toxicreine:

My husband, the dummy. (@jcpmcs)

victoriousvocabulary:

REPLICANT
[noun]
1. (in science fiction) a genetically engineered or artificial being created as an exact replica of a particular human being.
2. one who replies.
Etymology: science fiction usage derived from Ridley Scott’s 1982 film Blade Runner, an adaption of Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Ultimately derived from Latin replicare, “to copy”.
[Jon Larriva]

victoriousvocabulary:

REPLICANT

[noun]

1. (in science fiction) a genetically engineered or artificial being created as an exact replica of a particular human being.

2. one who replies.

Etymology: science fiction usage derived from Ridley Scott’s 1982 film Blade Runner, an adaption of Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Ultimately derived from Latin replicare, “to copy”.

[Jon Larriva]