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16 Apr

Hello Media Lab! #cityscope


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April 16, 2014 at 02:26PM

14 Apr

Sad.


7 Apr

Mm.

Day one of the week. Not very successful. Let’s try day two maybe. So tired.


1 Apr

Checking in to work. Can’t find Rotom anywhere. He’s here according to Google Maps…

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31 Mar

Never a good sight on the bridge. Response from Boston and Cambridge. Traffic flowing slowly. #bash3w @universalhub http://t.co/F690mQ0DMk


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March 31, 2014 at 06:48PM

koobaxion:

vyktorkun:

illegalperson:

im illegalizing straight marriage

a) The word “illegalize” does not exist within the English language, to make something illegal is called “criminalizing” it, legalizing it means to turn something illegal into a legal action

b) Fuck you

im criminalizing straight marriage

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30 Mar
jayjayvanzz:

I think I won the entire game

jayjayvanzz:

I think I won the entire game

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fohk:

‘Copan’ by Andreas Gursky, 2002
source

fohk:

‘Copan’ by Andreas Gursky, 2002

source

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27 Mar
hplyrikz:

Clear your mind here

hplyrikz:

Clear your mind here


portraitsofboston:

“I started doing drugs and ruined my life. I lost most of my family. I wasted my life, and now I’m watching everybody make money and do things. I’m just sitting here watching them. I’m watching life go by.”“How did you get into drugs?”“I was shy back when I was little, so I did what everybody else was doing. I started doing drugs, and it made me be able to talk to people. Then it just became an addiction. I kind of took life for granted, you know what I mean? I had a good family. It wasn’t perfect, but they would’ve helped me become whatever I wanted to be. Instead, I wasted it. I threw it all away because I wanted to get high. Now the time has passed by.”“You’re still young.”“No, I’m 32. And I don’t have that motivation in me. Even when I have a little motivation, and I want to do something, I procrastinate. I’m a big, big procrastinator. I procrastinated my life. I’m 32, and I never had my own car. I never had my own apartment. I never had my own anything. Never.Sometimes I think about what I wanted to become. I look at people and think how that could’ve been me. I walk the streets, and I picture myself doing nice things, having nice things. I let time pass by and did nothing. And I can’t blame my family. I had a chance to use my father. He is a hard worker; he works every day. He has money because he worked for it. He would’ve helped me. I could’ve played sports. He would’ve paid for it. I could’ve done things. I could’ve done anything I wanted to. I ended up choosing another road.People I grew up with that didn’t have family are doing so good. There are other people who got pushed into a life they didn’t want. Me? I took life for granted. I feel bad because I wasted a life that somebody else could’ve had. A kid dying from cancer or someone who would’ve made something of themselves.”“It’s good that you’re aware of this. ”“But you see, I think about it too much. And I get depressed. Sometimes I wish I had gone to the Marathon last year and died there.”“Man, why would you—““No, no, no, no, just think. At least my family could say, ‘This is what happened to our son.’ That could be their memory of me. I don’t want them to say, ‘Our son was a drug addict and didn’t do anything with his life.’ I don’t want my mother to die thinking, ‘My son didn’t do nothing.’ Sometimes I see my father, and he looks at me with disgust, or, at least, disappointment. I can tell he’s thinking, ‘Why can’t you just work? Why can’t you do something?’I don’t know, man. That’s what I think about sometimes. It sucks.”

portraitsofboston:

“I started doing drugs and ruined my life. I lost most of my family. I wasted my life, and now I’m watching everybody make money and do things. I’m just sitting here watching them. I’m watching life go by.”
“How did you get into drugs?”
“I was shy back when I was little, so I did what everybody else was doing. I started doing drugs, and it made me be able to talk to people. Then it just became an addiction. I kind of took life for granted, you know what I mean? I had a good family. It wasn’t perfect, but they would’ve helped me become whatever I wanted to be. Instead, I wasted it. I threw it all away because I wanted to get high. Now the time has passed by.”
“You’re still young.”
“No, I’m 32. And I don’t have that motivation in me. Even when I have a little motivation, and I want to do something, I procrastinate. I’m a big, big procrastinator. I procrastinated my life. I’m 32, and I never had my own car. I never had my own apartment. I never had my own anything. Never.
Sometimes I think about what I wanted to become. I look at people and think how that could’ve been me. I walk the streets, and I picture myself doing nice things, having nice things. I let time pass by and did nothing. And I can’t blame my family. I had a chance to use my father. He is a hard worker; he works every day. He has money because he worked for it. He would’ve helped me. I could’ve played sports. He would’ve paid for it. I could’ve done things. I could’ve done anything I wanted to. I ended up choosing another road.
People I grew up with that didn’t have family are doing so good. There are other people who got pushed into a life they didn’t want. Me? I took life for granted. I feel bad because I wasted a life that somebody else could’ve had. A kid dying from cancer or someone who would’ve made something of themselves.”
“It’s good that you’re aware of this. ”
“But you see, I think about it too much. And I get depressed. Sometimes I wish I had gone to the Marathon last year and died there.”
“Man, why would you—“
“No, no, no, no, just think. At least my family could say, ‘This is what happened to our son.’ That could be their memory of me. I don’t want them to say, ‘Our son was a drug addict and didn’t do anything with his life.’ I don’t want my mother to die thinking, ‘My son didn’t do nothing.’ Sometimes I see my father, and he looks at me with disgust, or, at least, disappointment. I can tell he’s thinking, ‘Why can’t you just work? Why can’t you do something?’
I don’t know, man. That’s what I think about sometimes. It sucks.”


a-ly-ss-a:

noexcusesdowork:

findawaytorun:

emsfitjourney:

fight-0ff-yourdem0ns:

blondebarbells:

Actually dying of how freaking adorable this is.

That is so well thought out. But I didn’t notice what it said til I scrolled by this picture 4 times.

oh my this is so ridiculously cute, dying

OMG BOSTON


Whut. Adorbs.

So cute! And it’s Boston!

a-ly-ss-a:

noexcusesdowork:

findawaytorun:

emsfitjourney:

fight-0ff-yourdem0ns:

blondebarbells:

Actually dying of how freaking adorable this is.

That is so well thought out.
But I didn’t notice what it said til I scrolled by this picture 4 times.

oh my this is so ridiculously cute, dying

OMG BOSTON

Whut. Adorbs.

So cute! And it’s Boston!


26 Mar

Storrow Drive inbound is now closed to all but emergency vehicles at Mass Ave. Live coverage on area TV stations. MT @nextalerts


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March 26, 2014 at 03:45PM

A 9-alarm fire is burning at an apartment at the corner of Beacon/Exeter Sts, Back Bay. Firefighters injured. Avoid area. MT @nextalerts


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March 26, 2014 at 03:32PM

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