"Hollywood, that is to say, Los Angeles, is not, of course, a city, and its sinister forces are very oblique. There’s no public transportation system whatever, so the people drive around as though they were living in Des Moines, and it has all the rest of the disadvantages of a small town, only filled with displaced persons. On the other hand, life there has an engaging surrealist quality, an almost exciting grotesqueness."

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leoonemoretime:

We are all Peggy Olson.

leoonemoretime:

We are all Peggy Olson.

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Eugene Mirman answers audience members’ questions

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theclearlydope:

This is mind blowing, folks.

theclearlydope:

This is mind blowing, folks.

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That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.

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The nearly four-year drought in southeast Colorado has been compared to the Dust Bowl. Such comparisons are no longer exaggerations, they are accurate descriptions. The drought has dried up pastures, blown in tumbleweeds that pile into tall hills, and brought in intense dust storms that strip the area of topsoil. (Photos by RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post)

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