Composing The Revolution

I spread glitter & cupcakes as a neon glow-in-the-dark disco fairy of social justice. I also recycle words and compost poems.
thetruestrepairman:

Hey guys, I’m trying to get some money to pay for college, so just click on the source and stay there for 3+ minutes!! Thanks!!
Reblog and I’ll promo you!
If you can’t see the source you can find it here!

thetruestrepairman:

Hey guys, I’m trying to get some money to pay for college, so just click on the source and stay there for 3+ minutes!! Thanks!!

Reblog and I’ll promo you!

If you can’t see the source you can find it here!

(via thetruestrepairman)

http://bit.ly/NHc9Z9

Enter this contest! So I can be entered a few times! I want to run away alone with my cat or something! xoxo

theparisreview:

As the Northeast is battered by “Winter Storm Hercules”—a nor’easter all but destined to enter Wikipedia’s list of notable nor’easters—one public library has provided succor, sort of. In Hopkinton, Massachusetts, a redditor came across this sign; to its great credit, it suggests neither burning books, nor reading erotica aloud, nor any other heat-generating gimmickry. Rather, it stands as a stark, charmingly blunt reminder that though literature may warm the soul, it will never warm the body.

theparisreview:

As the Northeast is battered by “Winter Storm Hercules”—a nor’easter all but destined to enter Wikipedia’s list of notable nor’easters—one public library has provided succor, sort of. In Hopkinton, Massachusetts, a redditor came across this sign; to its great credit, it suggests neither burning books, nor reading erotica aloud, nor any other heat-generating gimmickry. Rather, it stands as a stark, charmingly blunt reminder that though literature may warm the soul, it will never warm the body.