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// in every line I have ever read //

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Jul 29
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nevver:

Mascarade, Amelie Barnathan
Jul 25
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thisisaadl:

Happy 313st birthday to Detroit. The fine gentleman you hear interviewed, Mr. Dan Austin of Historic Detroit has written several great books on Detroit that we have in our collection…

Jul 16
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(Source: mirkokosmos, via dv8tr)

Jun 25
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Hi baby

Hi baby

Jun 24
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(Source: malfascination, via dv8tr)

May 29
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detroittigers:

He amazes us too, Austin. 

detroittigers:

He amazes us too, Austin. 

May 09
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tuneage:

The Largest Vocabulary in Hip Hop

Literary elites love to rep Shakespeare’s vocabulary: across his entire corpus, he uses 28,829 words, suggesting he knew over 100,000 words and arguably had the largest vocabulary, ever.
I decided to compare this data point against the most famous artists in hip hop. I used each artist’s first 35,000 lyrics. That way, prolific artists, such as Jay-Z, could be compared to newer artists, such as Drake.

Matt Daniels set out to figure out who had the biggest vocabulary in hip hop. What’s amazing is not only who tops the chart but what big names are at the bottom. And while some may not be surprised with Aesop Rock’s #1 position or that DMX brings up the rear, Daniels’ analyses on Wu is worth the read and data alone.

tuneage:

The Largest Vocabulary in Hip Hop

Literary elites love to rep Shakespeare’s vocabulary: across his entire corpus, he uses 28,829 words, suggesting he knew over 100,000 words and arguably had the largest vocabulary, ever.

I decided to compare this data point against the most famous artists in hip hop. I used each artist’s first 35,000 lyrics. That way, prolific artists, such as Jay-Z, could be compared to newer artists, such as Drake.

Matt Daniels set out to figure out who had the biggest vocabulary in hip hop. What’s amazing is not only who tops the chart but what big names are at the bottom. And while some may not be surprised with Aesop Rock’s #1 position or that DMX brings up the rear, Daniels’ analyses on Wu is worth the read and data alone.

Apr 23
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invisiblestories:

Cartography of the Moon’s near side (via northmagneticpole)

invisiblestories:

Cartography of the Moon’s near side (via northmagneticpole)

(Source: thelandofmaps)

Apr 15
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(Source: sugoihentai, via twopeach)

Apr 10
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Oh thanks, my big-fat-mouth.

Mar 24
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