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PostSecret

PostSecret
—–Email—– People do care… and you’re not the only one who has had that thought. I owe my life to my Duke friends and my therapist at Duke’s counseling center… —–Email—– I live in the next town over (Chapel Hill), and I care very much about how much you’re hurting. Please reach out to those around you to stay safe. You can find out about suicide intervention resources in our community here: http://www.trianglesuicideprevention.org/resources.htm . Be well.

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Why Is ‘Twin Peaks’ So Influential? - The Atlantic The sensational entrance into mass consciousness of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, 27 years ago, was an event that defies replication. To begin with, back then there actually was a mass consciousness—or, at least, there were a lot of people watching the same shows at the same time. Norm said something funny on Cheers and a single, vast chuckle rumbled westward across the continent and sank hissing into the Pacific. No Netflix in 1990. No personalized viewing recommendations. Just the perennially white-hot maw of the popular imagination, into which—luscious and secretive as a fog bank—rolled Twin Peaks, with its unprecedented stew of occultism, irony, horror, deadpan, soap opera, canned narrative, dream logic, burningly beautiful young people, and postmodern diddling-about.

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VocabularyPage: Weather Vocabulary The Weather The condition of the atmosphere over a particular area is called the weather. Rain Rain: drops of water that fall from clouds. A single drop of rain is called a raindrop. The total amount of rain is called rainfall. Frank Sinatra 'Trilogy' Album: Behind the Scenes of Recording Frank Sinatra, a man not fond of interruption, was in the middle of a 1978 recording session at Warner Bros. studios in Burbank when his longtime producer Sonny Burke walked in and dared to halt the proceedings. Vincent Falcone, a pianist-conductor who had worked with Sinatra for two years at that point, recalls that the singer, then 63, was recording Cy Coleman’s “I Love My Wife.” Falcone doesn’t remember if the song was intended for a new album -- Sinatra had already recorded it as a single -- but whatever the purpose of the session, Burke thought he had a better idea. Burke ushered Sinatra into the control room, and an animated conversation ensued. “They were in there for quite a while,” remembers Falcone.

Concept wearable pod offers isolation in a Nutshell If you spend your workday in a busy office, you'll know how difficult it can be to switch off and take a proper break. With this in mind, designer Eden Lew has conceived a wearable isolation pod called the Nutshell that aims to improve the quality of break times. View all The idea for the Nutshell, which is similar in principle to the Ostrich Pillow, came about during a design class Lew was taking which tasked students to "redesign the next thing they threw out." In her case, this happened to be a sandwich wrapper, and inspired by the fact that busy people often don't take due time to eat a proper lunch, the designer went on to conceive a pod which blocks out the workspace in a bid to make break times more relaxing.

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im not catholic :) Im just amazed at some of the things people wish to tell the world!. by dinksdesigns Jan 9

I'm a catholic and I would never tell the priest half the bad things I have done.... by natashalexandra Jan 6

it isn't concept art it's a form of human behaviour and psyhology really because without that we wouldn't have secrets. But I guess we all have our own opinions which is really what science is a mixture of opinions and facts. by ashleybailey Aug 8

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