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ianference:

This is the parlor in Quarters D of Admiral’s Row, a series of Second Empire mansions located on the southwest corner of the Brooklyn Navy Yard.  Unfortunately, scenes like this were used to condemn the century-and-a-half-year-old mansions; they were supposedly evidence of the unsalvageability of the buildings.  But on closer inspection - yes, the paint is peeling, the plaster is falling - but two separate architectural firms declared 9 of the 11 mansions to be sound, level, and plumb.  Once again, the City of New York found an excuse to do away with historic structures in order to help out a developer.  This should come as a surprise to exactly nobody.

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victoriousvocabulary:

NOIR

[noun]

1. Film noir: a genre of crime film or fiction characterised by cynicism, sexual motivation, fatalism, and moral ambiguity.

2. the colour black.

[adjective]

3. of or pertaining to film noir.

4. suggestive of danger or violence.

5. tough and bleakly pessimistic.

Etymology: from French noir, “black”; from Old French noir, neir; from Latin niger, nigrum.

[Mikael Bourgouin - Noir]

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mamizoune:

busket:

i just realized that the crunchyroll logo is an anime eye

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Wake up america

greatnesshaver:

>tfw u get memed on by ur ap euro textbook

takasquid:

俺の描いた同人アスカ

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templeofapelles:

Joan of Arc   John Everett Millais  

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The advantage of the emotions is that they lead us astray, and the advantage of science is that it is not emotional.
-Oscar Wilde

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