How Paper Rusts

start the two way monologues that speak your mind

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livelymorgue:

March 27, 1921: Contents under pressure — a Weimar-era advertising gimmick put unemployed soldiers to work extolling the virtues of German champagne. Years later, in The Times Magazine, Stephen Spender recalled youthful days in Berlin toward the end of the 1920s. “We saw Berlin as a tremendous phenomenon, but not as the cultural center of the then contemporary Europe,” he wrote. “In fact, I doubt whether Berlin could ever be the center of anything, even of Germany: It is a kind of off-center, just as New York is off-center to the United States.” Photo: The New York Times

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lerchesondre:

Last night at the Turf Club in St. Paul was yet another packed house and instant peak. These shows actually do get better and better almost every night. Best show I’ve ever put on. Æres ord. There was a photo booth right by our pop-up merch store. Hilarity ensued. Tonight we finally play CHICAGO’s superb Lincoln Hall everyone’s invited. Some tickets will be available at the door, but not enough for everyone.

See you tonight, Sondre!! 

lerchesondre:

Last night at the Turf Club in St. Paul was yet another packed house and instant peak. These shows actually do get better and better almost every night. Best show I’ve ever put on. Æres ord. There was a photo booth right by our pop-up merch store. Hilarity ensued. Tonight we finally play CHICAGO’s superb Lincoln Hall everyone’s invited. Some tickets will be available at the door, but not enough for everyone.

See you tonight, Sondre!!