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sdotbalaban:

5AM in Toronto.
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sdotbalaban:

5AM in Toronto.

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I’m doing badly, I’m doing well, whichever you prefer.
Franz Kafka, Letters to Milena  (via abattoirette)

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todaysdocument:

Operation “Little Vittles”

On the 65th anniversary of the end of the Berlin Airlift on September 30, 1949, here’s a look back at the Airlift’s younger sibling, “Operation Little Vittles.”

Excerpted from: BERLIN AIRLIFT (EDITED FOOTAGE) - “THE BRIDGE” ; BERLIN AIRLIFT (EDITED FOOTAGE) “LITTLE VITTLES”, 04/19/1949

In July 1948 Berlin Airlift pilot Gail Halvorsen began handing out and later dropping candy via handkerchief parachutes to the children who had gathered to watch at Berlin’s Tempelhof Airport.  With the approval of superiors and the support of confectionery companies, “Operation Little Vittles” was born and “Candy Bombers” and “Raisin Bombers” began dropping care packages to the children of Berlin.

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punacceptable:

*grabs my own ass* nice

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jakfruit:

Spent my Friday night in, my Saturday afternoon being productive, and now it’s time to turn up.
Sep 29, 2014 / 2,174 notes

jakfruit:

Spent my Friday night in, my Saturday afternoon being productive, and now it’s time to turn up.

npr:

According to a Turkish proverb, coffee should be black as hell, strong as death and sweet as love. 
It’s National Coffee Day, and to celebrate we took a dip into the NPR archives and found this great report tracing the history of the coffee break, courtesy of Special Correspondent Susan Stamberg.
Enjoy!
-Kate
Photo: iStockphoto
Sep 29, 2014 / 2,789 notes

npr:

According to a Turkish proverb, coffee should be black as hell, strong as death and sweet as love. 

It’s National Coffee Day, and to celebrate we took a dip into the NPR archives and found this great report tracing the history of the coffee break, courtesy of Special Correspondent Susan Stamberg.

Enjoy!

-Kate

Photo: iStockphoto

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kushandwizdom:

Words of Emotion
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falcnpunch:

R E T U R N    T O    T H E     D E P T H S
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falcnpunch:

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