But it makes you wonder, doesn’t it? Just how normal are we? Just who are the people we nod our hellos to as we pass on the street?
The After Hours, closing narration (via inthetwilightzone)

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alpojones:

…Milo!

alpojones:

…Milo!



Uh-oh…

Uh-oh…



alpojones:


Just like your picture! 

              http://www.zazzle.com/mannakin

alpojones:

Just like your picture! 

              http://www.zazzle.com/mannakin

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A photo by Vivian Maier, Chicago, 1950s

A photo by Vivian Maier, Chicago, 1950s

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alpojones:

"Many hands make light the burden," mother used to say.

alpojones:

"Many hands make light the burden," mother used to say.


thursdaysisters:

“In 1913 it was legal to mail children. With stamps attached to their clothing, children rode trains to their destinations, accompanied by letter carriers. One newspaper reported it cost fifty-three cents for parents to mail their daughter to her grandparents for a family visit. As news stories and photos popped up around the country, it didn’t take long to get a law on the books making it illegal to send children through the mail.”  With thanks to Thomas Doty.

thursdaysisters:

In 1913 it was legal to mail children. With stamps attached to their clothing, children rode trains to their destinations, accompanied by letter carriers. One newspaper reported it cost fifty-three cents for parents to mail their daughter to her grandparents for a family visit. As news stories and photos popped up around the country, it didn’t take long to get a law on the books making it illegal to send children through the mail.”  With thanks to Thomas Doty.


alpojones:

See Esmie? You’re not alone.

alpojones:

See Esmie? You’re not alone.


profilemy:

Paweł Kwiek - Rzeczywistoiść (2010)

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