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from The Plough And The Stars

Living In A Surveillance Society

Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell they tell us war is peace, slavery is freedom and ignorance is strength


I love how Sam is soulless right here, but he still smiles watching his big brother, his hero, talking to a baby. I've often wondered if maybe he imagined himself as a baby and a little Dean saying the same thing to him when John asked Dean to watching his baby brother for a few minutes. Or if he imagines Dean saying that to his own baby in a world where they could have normal lives and settle down.

from Brain Pickings

BBC’s The Beauty of Books: Penguin, Orwell, and the Paperback Cover Design Revolution

"1984" - Big brother is watching you...feels like it more than ever! This book got under my skin and overdue a reread.

Do you know who's watching you? - WHY do some people not know this & call it a 'conspiracy'? THIS IS A FACT!

Do you know who's watching you? - WHY do some people not know this & call it a 'conspiracy'? THIS IS A FACT!


The Lone Ranger & Tonto - The Lone Ranger (1949-57, ABC) starring Clayton Moore as the Lone Ranger & Jay Silverheels as Tonto. This was ABC's first big hit of the 1950's. For the show's third season, Moore sat out due to a contract dispute and was replaced by John Hart. He returned for the final two seasons.


Nicholas Brothers in Stormy Weather - Fred Astaire once called this performance "the greatest dance number ever filmed."

from IMDb

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) Two brothers, one an alcoholic (Paul Newman) who resents his devoted wife (Elizabeth Taylor), visit their dying millionaire father (Burl Ives) in the South.

from Mosaic

Blanket Forts for Grown-up Kids

you don't have to be a little kid to enjoy blanket forts! #DIY #FairTrade #TenThousandVillages

from THE POLICY THINKSHOP "Think Together"

Surveillance: The government isn’t spying on us; Google is spying on us, and the government is asking Google for certain results.

Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, wrestles with the distinction between privacy and anonymity. "Privacy is incredibly important. Privacy is not the same thing as anonymity. It's very important that Google and everyone else respects people's privacy. People have a right to privacy; it's natural; it's normal. It's the right way to do things." Speaking on CNBC and on page 185 of the book, "Are you naked online? Protecting Your Internet Identity" by Ted Claypoole and Theresa Payton. Boycott Google!


Just started watching Prison Break and I'm hooked. Watching Wentworth Miller doesn't hurt either ;)