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If that bat was a sword, the ball would be shred to pieces. 

If that bat was a sword, the ball would be shred to pieces. 

Jordan Danks didn’t forget to cup the ball.

Jordan Danks didn’t forget to cup the ball.

I can’t wait for Lance Stephenson and Evan Turner to come to blows on the court for all the world to see. 

No matter what he does in New York they’re going to criticize him, the people are going to criticize him, because you got guys on [the Knicks] that cannot play. You got guys that are hurt all the time. — All-time great Oscar Robertson urges Melo to bolt the New York Knicks.
fulifuli:

Well Scully, he did tell you so.

fulifuli:

Well Scully, he did tell you so.

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Trout had one face in mind — rob Harper. 

Trout had one face in mind — rob Harper. 

Japanese Manga version of Darth Maul, except you have to look really really close. Live long and prosper, Brooklyn Cyclones. 
Minor league teams are the greatest and most proficient sources of new school American Kitsch.

Japanese Manga version of Darth Maul, except you have to look really really close. Live long and prosper, Brooklyn Cyclones. 

Minor league teams are the greatest and most proficient sources of new school American Kitsch.

Searching for Cause

huxleyshands:

   “It had always seemed to me possible that … I might so change

my ordinary mode of consciousness as to be able to know, from

the inside, what the visionary, the medium, even the mystic were

talking about.”

– Aldous Huxley, The Doors of Perception

“This felt like an encounter with something alive…as if I knew the

truth but could not put it in words.”author Barbara Ehrenreich

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   Aldous Huxley reaped considerable scorn in the 1940s when he

changed direction, moving away from wittily barbed novels toward

writing books showing him to be a serious seeker. It was a risky

move, alienating many readers who were put off when he began

sounding more sincere than satirical.

   Now a contemporary author with an established following and

someone also known for her critical take on society has taken

such a risk. Of all people to come out of the closet about having a

spontaneous mystical experience, noted author and atheist Barbara

Ehrenrieich (Nickel and Dimed and a dozen other nonfiction

books) would be high on any one’s I-don’t-believe-it list.

Huxley came out in a different way back in 1944 when he

delved into the varieties of mystical experience in The Perennial

Philosophy, though his book was conceptual rather than based on

a first-person claim. For Huxley that immediacy would come a

decade later.

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troutstanding:

Mike Trout robs Bryce Harper of a hit.

troutstanding:

Mike Trout robs Bryce Harper of a hit.

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