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Jason Smith, if he didn't exist, someone would try to invent him. Currently in Austin, Texas.

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The Association for the Study of Romantic Letters Presents the First Annual Conference On How to Tell Samantha I Really Like Her. 

The Role of Women in Samantha Studies: Women are awesome, and Samantha is awesome. Dating theory and Mom suggest that I will meet many other awesome women as I grow older and that I should therefore not stress this Samantha thing too hard, since there are likely “other Samanthas” out there for me. But is the conclusion of this theoretical framework really just a total lie meant to dupe me into a lonely death?

theresapimpleundermybeard:

It’s Jason, ladies and Gentlemen. He’ll be here all day.

I have the best friends.

Breaking: Jonly Bonly to release debut LP on September 9th on 12XU.

I couldn’t be more excited. Dig on the debut track, mark your calendars, and save your lunch money to grab a copy.

Pre-order Here

Jason (guitar): A platinum blonde and apparently a great dancer, stands out from the pack as the odd duck.
None of this work is sexy. Rigorous evaluation, randomized trials and social impact bonds will never stir the political passion that calls for universal health insurance or lower taxes do. If anything, measurement and accountability are destined to provoke more opposition – from interest groups that have something to lose – than support. (This opposition often takes the form of, “Measurement is hard,” as if that were a reason to skip it.)

The Quiet Movement to Make Government Fail Less Often

Policy makers- the only people less willing to be mindful of data than marketers.

#albers (at Musee Des Beaux Arts-Montreal Museum Of Fine Arts)

tedroden:

TURBO

What did that button even do!?

tedroden:

TURBO

What did that button even do!?

Austin, TX

GPOY

Photo By: Ali Copeland

It’s a fault endemic, I think, to us antireligionists who have turned for transcendent experience to art, and so we react to what our reflexes tell us is bad art as if it were a kind of blasphemy
"Let’s Talk About Love" - Carl Wilson
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