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Stages in Relationships

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twism:

Here are some photos of Miley Cyrus from the September issue of Prestige. In an interview with magazine, Miley talked about not being a bad girl, how she leads a rather simple life, her new movies, how she would prefer to be in Tennessee than LA and her Hannah Montana family — no transcript of the interview has been released, but you can read it from the scans here. Miley is simply stunning in these photos, isn’t she? Absolutely love her new look!

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#Celebs 

twism:

Here are some photos of Lady Gaga from the October issue of Harper’s Bazaar. In an interview with the magazine, all of which you can read here, Gaga talked about her body image and confidence, how she enjoys spending time on her own and why she will always stay true to herself. Hmm wasn’t Gaga just on Harper’s Bazaar a couple of months back? That being said, yeah, she looks great! It’s nice to see Gaga without all the makeup for once. Love her!

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#Celebs 

twism:

Here are some photos of Lily Collins from the October issue of Teen Vogue. In an interview with the magazine, all of which you can read here, Lily talked about her new movie Abduction, how she loves bargain hunting at flea markets, being pitted against Kristen Stewart in competing Snow White movies, as well as how she wants to act in more comedy and independent films in the future. Well, best of luck to Lily! She seems like a nice girl, I like her!

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tass-posters:

Vladimir Ivanovich LadiaginRussian, born 1910Paris Is Liberated!, September 1, 1944Gift of the USSR Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries

tass-posters:

Vladimir Ivanovich Ladiagin
Russian, born 1910
Paris Is Liberated!, September 1, 1944
Gift of the USSR Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries

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"In three words, I can sum up everything I have learned about life: It goes on."
Robert Frost (via laceofpearls)

(Source: quote-book)

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quote-book:

Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood (via helplesslyamazed)

quote-book:

Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood (via helplesslyamazed)

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fuckyeahcomputerscience:

Female Computer Programmers in the ’60s
“It’s just like planning a dinner,” explains Dr. Grace Hopper, now a staff scientist in systems programming for Univac. (She helped develop the first electronic digital computer, the Eniac, in 1946.) “You have to plan ahead and schedule everything so it’s ready when you need it. Programming requires patience and the ability to handle detail. Women are ‘naturals’ at computer programming.”

fuckyeahcomputerscience:

Female Computer Programmers in the ’60s

“It’s just like planning a dinner,” explains Dr. Grace Hopper, now a staff scientist in systems programming for Univac. (She helped develop the first electronic digital computer, the Eniac, in 1946.) “You have to plan ahead and schedule everything so it’s ready when you need it. Programming requires patience and the ability to handle detail. Women are ‘naturals’ at computer programming.”
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