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end of semester statement of teaching philosophy / dear john

end of semester statement of teaching philosophy / dear john

(Source: memewhore, via leftthesouthside)

insomnialy:

literally me. the old definition.

insomnialy:

literally me. the old definition.

(Source: ilcuorenellostomaco)

theofficialbillette:

cielrouge:

Updated Cafe Sarbarsky visit - finally took a friend here the other day. We had been meaning to go here for ages, but our schedules didn’t match up, but I made it my goal to finally take her here this semester, success! She loved it, which was great, and mentioned that she could see herself coming here again :D After taking forever deciding on what to get, we opted to get dessert. I got the Linzertorte, the hazelnut tart with fresh raspberry confiture, while my friend got the Marillenpalatschinken, an apricot crepe. I tried some of it, which was super delicious and totally melted in your mouth, and really, really enjoyed my Linzertorte. We did make it our goal to actually get food-food next time though haha.

Ooooh, cannot wait!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

awildhyzyappears:

kids books, reimagined for 20-somethings

tuesdays are the worst

(via danceswithmoss)

Covington, KY is a hella central-European neighborhood of CIncinnati, just over the river from downtown, and totally beautiful architecturally. There’s a whole lot of bars and restaurants (including one suggestively titled, Das Tanzenhaus!). It’s also gentrifying, but slowly and it’s not very far down that direction. My AirBNB host told me about an eccentric Australian guest who came once, decided to buy a house here, came again to view some, then bought a 2-story brick building a block away for $15K. So there’s that.

The food (housemade Speckwurst, Bretzl, kraut, brussels), the menu, and the Westie grill are from Wuenderbar, across the street from the salvadorian grocery depicted. Not depicted, but strongly recommended, is the neighborhood’s mostly- but not-closedly- lesbian bar, pike place lounge.

We can’t promise you’ll graduate CHICAGO smart, but we can definitely promise you’ll graduate CINCINNATI smart.  maybe even OHIO smart!  we have bunsen burners! behold our science!

We can’t promise you’ll graduate CHICAGO smart, but we can definitely promise you’ll graduate CINCINNATI smart. maybe even OHIO smart! we have bunsen burners! behold our science!

cussyeah-wesanderson:

The untold story behind The Grand Budapest Hotel’s ‘Boy with Apple’
Anderson provided a lot of input — particularly paintings by Bronzino, Holbein, Cranach; all sorts of stuff. I’d send suggestions and he would say, “Yes, yes, we must have that,” or “Why not some other color sleeve?” and so on. Some of it was very specific, but sometimes it was pretty broad, even contradictory — until I realized that maybe he wanted something that felt like it might have existed, but in some slightly parallel place.

I tried on every combination of velvet cloaks, furs, bodices, tights, shoes, codpieces…probably about 50 combinations. One of the bodices had been worn by Cate Blanchett when she played Elizabeth I. The dresser took photos of every outfit. They were sent to Wes Anderson, and he decided the final costume.

cussyeah-wesanderson:

The untold story behind The Grand Budapest Hotel’s ‘Boy with Apple’

Anderson provided a lot of input — particularly paintings by Bronzino, Holbein, Cranach; all sorts of stuff. I’d send suggestions and he would say, “Yes, yes, we must have that,” or “Why not some other color sleeve?” and so on. Some of it was very specific, but sometimes it was pretty broad, even contradictory — until I realized that maybe he wanted something that felt like it might have existed, but in some slightly parallel place.

I tried on every combination of velvet cloaks, furs, bodices, tights, shoes, codpieces…probably about 50 combinations. One of the bodices had been worn by Cate Blanchett when she played Elizabeth I. The dresser took photos of every outfit. They were sent to Wes Anderson, and he decided the final costume.

(via theofficialbillette)

cherylbentley:

Love

lulz one person is always super pushy and the other person is always holding back a little :D

cherylbentley:

Love

lulz one person is always super pushy and the other person is always holding back a little :D

(Source: anxieties, via wizardnews)

insomnialy:

literally the only reason i am on dating websites is so i can do shit like this

insomnialy:

literally the only reason i am on dating websites is so i can do shit like this

end of semester statement of teaching philosophy / dear john

end of semester statement of teaching philosophy / dear john

(Source: memewhore, via leftthesouthside)

insomnialy:

literally me. the old definition.

insomnialy:

literally me. the old definition.

(Source: ilcuorenellostomaco)

theofficialbillette:

cielrouge:

Updated Cafe Sarbarsky visit - finally took a friend here the other day. We had been meaning to go here for ages, but our schedules didn’t match up, but I made it my goal to finally take her here this semester, success! She loved it, which was great, and mentioned that she could see herself coming here again :D After taking forever deciding on what to get, we opted to get dessert. I got the Linzertorte, the hazelnut tart with fresh raspberry confiture, while my friend got the Marillenpalatschinken, an apricot crepe. I tried some of it, which was super delicious and totally melted in your mouth, and really, really enjoyed my Linzertorte. We did make it our goal to actually get food-food next time though haha.

Ooooh, cannot wait!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

awildhyzyappears:

kids books, reimagined for 20-somethings

tuesdays are the worst

(via danceswithmoss)

Covington, KY is a hella central-European neighborhood of CIncinnati, just over the river from downtown, and totally beautiful architecturally. There’s a whole lot of bars and restaurants (including one suggestively titled, Das Tanzenhaus!). It’s also gentrifying, but slowly and it’s not very far down that direction. My AirBNB host told me about an eccentric Australian guest who came once, decided to buy a house here, came again to view some, then bought a 2-story brick building a block away for $15K. So there’s that.

The food (housemade Speckwurst, Bretzl, kraut, brussels), the menu, and the Westie grill are from Wuenderbar, across the street from the salvadorian grocery depicted. Not depicted, but strongly recommended, is the neighborhood’s mostly- but not-closedly- lesbian bar, pike place lounge.

We can’t promise you’ll graduate CHICAGO smart, but we can definitely promise you’ll graduate CINCINNATI smart.  maybe even OHIO smart!  we have bunsen burners! behold our science!

We can’t promise you’ll graduate CHICAGO smart, but we can definitely promise you’ll graduate CINCINNATI smart. maybe even OHIO smart! we have bunsen burners! behold our science!

theofficialbillette:

Yes, mama!

theofficialbillette:

Yes, mama!

(Source: kitschyliving)

theofficialbillette:

pbsamericanmasters:

Feel it! 

Feeling it!

theofficialbillette:

pbsamericanmasters:

Feel it! 

Feeling it!

(Source: marvinpentzgayejr)

cussyeah-wesanderson:

The untold story behind The Grand Budapest Hotel’s ‘Boy with Apple’
Anderson provided a lot of input — particularly paintings by Bronzino, Holbein, Cranach; all sorts of stuff. I’d send suggestions and he would say, “Yes, yes, we must have that,” or “Why not some other color sleeve?” and so on. Some of it was very specific, but sometimes it was pretty broad, even contradictory — until I realized that maybe he wanted something that felt like it might have existed, but in some slightly parallel place.

I tried on every combination of velvet cloaks, furs, bodices, tights, shoes, codpieces…probably about 50 combinations. One of the bodices had been worn by Cate Blanchett when she played Elizabeth I. The dresser took photos of every outfit. They were sent to Wes Anderson, and he decided the final costume.

cussyeah-wesanderson:

The untold story behind The Grand Budapest Hotel’s ‘Boy with Apple’

Anderson provided a lot of input — particularly paintings by Bronzino, Holbein, Cranach; all sorts of stuff. I’d send suggestions and he would say, “Yes, yes, we must have that,” or “Why not some other color sleeve?” and so on. Some of it was very specific, but sometimes it was pretty broad, even contradictory — until I realized that maybe he wanted something that felt like it might have existed, but in some slightly parallel place.

I tried on every combination of velvet cloaks, furs, bodices, tights, shoes, codpieces…probably about 50 combinations. One of the bodices had been worn by Cate Blanchett when she played Elizabeth I. The dresser took photos of every outfit. They were sent to Wes Anderson, and he decided the final costume.

(via theofficialbillette)

cakejam:

the description gets me everytime

cakejam:

the description gets me everytime

(via goldenroadsthatleadtonowhere)

cherylbentley:

Love

lulz one person is always super pushy and the other person is always holding back a little :D

cherylbentley:

Love

lulz one person is always super pushy and the other person is always holding back a little :D

(Source: anxieties, via wizardnews)

insomnialy:

literally the only reason i am on dating websites is so i can do shit like this

insomnialy:

literally the only reason i am on dating websites is so i can do shit like this

sup

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I am a californian who has traveled a lot and loves giving advice, mostly food related but also cultural when it's safe consensual and appropriate to the current legal climate. Contact me via email if you really must.