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woolandthegang:

Gangstas! The penguins need our help! The Penguin Foundation has a global callout for us knitters to make sweaters for the little guys in rehab due to oil spills. Knit your bit. (They have patterns too!) 🐧🐧🐧 #woolandthegang #penguinfoundation (at penguinfoundation.org.au)

This is great. All around great.

woolandthegang:

Gangstas! The penguins need our help! The Penguin Foundation has a global callout for us knitters to make sweaters for the little guys in rehab due to oil spills. Knit your bit. (They have patterns too!) 🐧🐧🐧 #woolandthegang #penguinfoundation (at penguinfoundation.org.au)

This is great. All around great.

  8:41 pm, reblogged  by averyshaw, [ 65 notes ]


This is the best!
humansofnewyork:

I kept yelling their names, trying to get them to look my way. He said: “That won’t work. You have to howl at them.”

This is the best!

humansofnewyork:

I kept yelling their names, trying to get them to look my way. He said: “That won’t work. You have to howl at them.”

  10:34 am, reblogged  by averyshaw, [ 7,301 notes ]


Me and Jeff Koons’ Puppy, 1992.
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, 2011. 

Me and Jeff Koons’ Puppy, 1992.

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, 2011. 

  9:15 pm, by averyshaw, [ 4 notes ]


  4:51 pm, by averyshaw


I want to be hugged by a lion.

  10:30 am, by averyshaw


Lets make it three. 

One more for the weekend. 

  4:50 pm, by averyshaw


  4:47 pm, by averyshaw


I couldn’t pick one.

So I’m starting the weekend with these two. 

  4:46 pm, by averyshaw, [ 1 note ]


I feel so awkward. 

Probably because this is me interacting on the daily.

  3:27 pm, by averyshaw


Look at his book collection! 

macleansmag:

A peek inside the Mordecai Richler Reading Room at Concordia University - now home to the legendary Canadian author’s more than 5,000 books.

Richler’s books and personal possessions were donated by his family, and came from his cottage on Lake Memphremagog, in Quebec’s Eastern Townships — the place where Richler, who died in 2001, did some of his most important writing.

Writes his son, Jacob Richler, in this story for Maclean’s:

"His top-floor office there was vast and airy, spread out behind an enormous picture window four frames wide that afforded a perfect vantage of the length of Sargent’s Bay. Had you seen it you would likely have assumed that the glorious view had much to do with the comfort and serenity he found working there. But really it was about the peace and quiet. The view was secondary. A closer look at the place revealed that his desk faced away from the window; when his gaze lifted from his typewriter he saw only a wall of books.”

Read more: http://ow.ly/raQcn

  11:44 am, reblogged  by averyshaw, [ 75 notes ]