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Gloria: Do you want to come up for a coffee?Andy: I don’t drink coffee.Gloria: I haven’t got any.

Movie Quote of the Day – Brassed Off, 1996 (dir. Mark Herman) | the diary of a film history fanatic

oldfilmsflicker:

Gloria: Do you want to come up for a coffee?
Andy: I don’t drink coffee.
Gloria: I haven’t got any.

Movie Quote of the Day – Brassed Off, 1996 (dir. Mark Herman) | the diary of a film history fanatic



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I was a foolish willful girl, playing at the game of thrones like a drunkard rolling dice.



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Queen Elizabeth dances with her daughters, Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret and their governess, Marion Crawford, aboard the royal yacht



11 hours ago with 160 notes, via fuckyeahjaneites, from knightlys

There are two types of people I come across in my line of work. Those who truly believe that change starts with the individual and those who want to act like they do.

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A Great Lakes cruise ship departs Chicago, 1957.

calumet412:

A Great Lakes cruise ship departs Chicago, 1957.



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Tony: Does my sweater look okay?

Sonia: Really good, very fit.



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Jackson, stop fishing for compliments



1 day ago with 43 notes, via azspot, from azspot
Capitalism is, among other things, a massive process of ego formation, the creation of modern selves, the illusion of individual autonomy, the cultivation of distinction and preference, the idea that individuals had their own moral conscience, based on individual reason and virtue. The wealth created by slavery generalized these ideals, allowing more and more people, mostly men, to imagine themselves as autonomous and integral beings, with inherent rights and self-interests not subject to the jurisdiction of others. Slavery was central to this process not just for the wealth the system created but because slaves were physical and emotional examples of what free men were not.