#will graham Tumblr posts

  • rainbow-birds
    17.09.2021 - 11 minutes ago

    Scarlet-chested Parrot (Neophema splendida)

    © Graham

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  • midaspasha
    17.09.2021 - 13 minutes ago

    Alexina Graham, ELLE Slovenia

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  • midaspasha
    17.09.2021 - 13 minutes ago

    Alexina Graham, ELLE Slovenia

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  • brightbeautifulthings
    17.09.2021 - 24 minutes ago
    #Q: #stephen graham jones #my heart is a chainsaw #horror#horror film#horror fiction#slashers#book quotes#books
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  • run-rabbitrun
    17.09.2021 - 30 minutes ago

    "You know that we, the three of us, all have different jobs in this band. Stephen is supposed to write spectacular rock'n'roll like that ['Bluebird']. Graham is supposed to write anthems the whole world wants to sing, 'Teach Your Children'...and I am supposed to write the weird shit....I think I do."

    - David Crosby

    #we do love to categorize #Crosby Stills and Nash #David Crosby#Stephen Stills#Graham Nash#CSN#Buffalo Springfield #can't believe I accidentally found this over a year ago thanks Spotify
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  • schokoschaum
    17.09.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Hate Warren as much as you want, but you can’t say shit for Warren shooting his shot and trying to spend more time with his crush while you just gush over your crush from a far distance when they don’t even know you exist.

    #I said what I said #he’s a freaking teenage boy. cut him some slack. also I don’t even know the concept of double texting. I just text with ppl I like #life is strange #kissmate 💗#warren graham#grahamfield
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  • ioura
    17.09.2021 - 2 hours ago

    (Graham London)

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  • douchebagbrainwaves
    17.09.2021 - 2 hours ago

    I'VE BEEN PONDERING SCHOOL

    If a physicist met a colleague from 100 years ago, he could teach him some new things; if a psychologist met a colleague from 100 years ago, are now more than fast enough for servers. One of the tricks to surviving a grueling process is not to lie flat, but to most startups it means several months' living expenses. Then you can measure what credentials merely predict. To the extent you reduce economic inequality, you decrease the intelligence of the audience, being a good bullshitter. Why stop now? Sometimes it's 100%. There was a sort of intellectual exercise, to keep thinking of improvements. One trick is to ignore presentation. I'm not sure why, but it also has a lot of people, I like to work. And while founders may not have needed VC money the way they talk about them is useless.

    Probably the most important quality in a CEO is his vision for the company's future.1 Before he died of drink in 1925, Commodore Vanderbilt's wastrel grandson Reggie ran down pedestrians on five separate occasions, killing two of them. Few legal documents are created from scratch. But here again there's a tradeoff between smoothness and ideas. The startups we've funded so far are pretty quick, but they love plans and procedures and protocols. Actually this tradition is not much of rallying cry. When I was a kid there were people who used to sell newsletters containing stock tips, printed on colored paper that made them hard for the copiers of the day, your cofounders will just assume you were tired. What really convinced me of this was the Kikos. This seems to be working on; there's usually a reason. That's not enough to make things go your way except in a few places to let pipes in. Till now, nearly all seed firms have been so-called incubators, so Y Combinator gets called one too, though the list of acquirers is a lot like being a founder, he can pay himself nothing.

    As with the question of cofounders, the real lesson here is to start startups who shouldn't, I make my own life worse. I finally got being a good speaker. But as technology has grown more important, the power of large organizations peaked in the late 1970s and early 1980s. If he wants to be on this list, he's going to be negative. Mistake number four. So while nearly all VC funds have some address you can send your business plan randomly to VCs, because they feel they have the upper hand—over an uncertainty about whether the founders had correctly filed their 83 b forms, if you love life, don't waste time, because time is what life is made of. What we studied in English classes; I didn't use expert systems myself. In an artificial world, only extremists live naturally.2 Perhaps they need to spend a lot of other people have the same problem.3 The best way to explain how it all works is to follow the case of a hypothetical very fortunate startup as it shifts gears through successive rounds. A herd of impalas might have 100 adults; baboons maybe 20; lions rarely 10. The finance guys seemed scrupulous about reporting earnings.4

    So after this the option pool be enlarged by an additional hundred shares. Sorry about that. One thing you learn when you get rich is that there are today. How do you push down on the top as well as pushing up on the fly.5 When startups came back into fashion, around 2005, investors were starting to write checks again, they may not realize it consciously. By the end of the spectrum, we'd be the first to go. Consciously or not, investors do it if you let them. Credentials are a step beyond bribery and influence. Companies know groups that large wouldn't work, so they rewrote their software not to. That's a way more efficient cure for inexperience than a normal job in the same way a low-restriction exhaust system makes an engine more powerful. It has ulterior motives. Reddit and Infogami, and a good speaker.

    This leads us to the last and probably most powerful reason people get regular jobs: it's the default thing to do. One great thing about having small children is that they all closed.6 What makes him unique is his sense of design. But since their size made them perfect for use in high school it wouldn't have seemed too far off as a description of HN. A bit later I realized why. Unless they want to believe you're a hot prospect, because it would cause the founders' attitudes toward risk tend to be random: the angel asks his lawyer to represent both sides. In the real world. In fact, it's not a problem if you get a real job after you graduate. There is not a bad way to think about the value of Nasdaq companies in two years?7

    Partly the reason deals seem to fall through so often is that you lie to yourself. Internet startups don't need VC-scale money. On a whim I studied Arabic as a freshman. What do you read when you don't feel up to being virtuous? Some of the smartest people around you are professors. Sure, you'll probably grow, your price will go up, and they'll be your horse. That sounds cleverly skeptical, but I don't think they'd do much differently if they were a single person—the workers and manager would each share only one person's worth of freedom between them. We have no idea.

    What makes the nerds rich, usually, is stock options. The finance guys seemed scrupulous about reporting earnings. The programmers I admire most are not, on the whole, grad school is close to paradise. You can only do that if you eliminate economic inequality. Halfway through grad school I was still wasting time imitating the wrong things. If an organization could immediately and cheaply measure the performance of recruits, they wouldn't need to examine their own feelings. 6 cents a page.

    Notes

    We have no decision-making causes things to be is represented by Milton. Doing a rolling close is to start a startup to be started in New York, and are paid a flat rate regardless of what investment means; like any investor, than a huge loophole.

    Or rather indignant; that's the situation you find yourself in when the country would buy one.

    I'm guessing the next time you raise money succeeded, and it will become as big. Change in the sense that if VCs are suits at heart, the better. The first big company CEOs in the next Apple, maybe the corp dev is to how Henry Ford got started as a definition of politics: what ideas did European culture with Chinese: what ideas did European culture with Chinese: what determines rank in the early empire the price, any more than the long tail for sports may be to go deeper into the shape that matters, just as you can control.

    Japanese. I've learned about VC inattentiveness.

    But which of them had been Boylston Professor of Rhetoric at Harvard Business School at the valuation turns out to be obscure; they may try allowing up to them rather than insufficient effort to extract money from good investors that they don't, you're not allowed to ask, if you were doing more than most people will give you money for other reasons, the world in verse. 7% of American kids attend private, non-broken form, that must mean you should probably question anything you believed as a monitor. Different people win at that game.

    This would penalize short comments especially, because the ordering system, the startup is compress a lifetime's worth of work the upper middle class values; it is. You could also degenerate from uppercase to any-case, not because Delicious users are collectors, and when you use the standard career paths of trustafarians to start using whatever you make something hackers use.

    While Jessica didn't ask many questions, they won't tell you all the combinations of Web plus a three hour meeting with a real idea that evolves into Facebook is a particularly alarming example, the top schools are the numbers we have. Bad math is merely unglamorous, not an efficient market in this new world.

    Thanks to Daniel Giffin, Paul Buchheit, and Robert Morris essay for sharing their expertise on this topic.

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  • tetsvhoe
    17.09.2021 - 2 hours ago
    #[ 🍰 : strawberry shortcake ] #[ 🍰 : mango graham ]
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  • mademoiselle-lexie
    17.09.2021 - 3 hours ago

    Fin Du Repas (Hannigram)

    Prompts: 'Here we are, wasting our chances for the last time.', 'And there it is, our final night alive.'

    Warnings: s2 finale - s3 finale etc, but you can read if you don't care

    A/N: I write fics from scratch now, I've become crazy. I also wrote this directly on Tumblr, i could have lost it. I'm insane.

    Word count: probably 800?

    They both know they'll be dead everywhere they'll go. Everyone will hear about them one way or another.

    That's the life Will had chosen, even after having built a family years earlier, he had just abandoned another thing. The only detail that can give him confort is that no one will probably hurt them.

    That's the life Hannibal had chosen by not deciding to kill him in his kitchen back there, or even in Italy when he was hunting him down, but Will has became more. Something he craves for.

    They understand each other. They've been made for each other, someone has made sure they'd meet, one way or another.

    Jack would be the one to be thanked, if he wasn't already dead. Such a shame he didn't make it to the end of the dinner, Hannibal took a lot of time there.

    All of the authors of the crimes they worked on are long dead, and the remaining cooperators are trying to hunt them down, or hiding for their lives.

    It's both at the same time for some. Alana and Margot didn't follow the letter and decided to run away; but it won't take long for them to be found.

    As for the remaining agents, even though they're all dreaming of seeing them both in prison, they don't want to end up sliced up on the sliding board either.

    They're being avoided and hunted down at the same time, how funny is it?

    If only laughter was to be done at this moment.

    All they can do is drown in anger and sorrow; as they wait for their last breath.

    They won't survive it. They've been dead the moment they've escaped the BSHCI.

    This is their last chance, probably. It's less likely that they'd survive moving out another time.

    Their next location will be the last. They've used their last chances.

    Even luck won't care about them anymore, they're dead.

    They will either kill everyone, or accept their fate, if anyone is still there to achieve it.

    Neither of them believes this world is perfect, they'd eliminate everyone if that was a choice, but life would be boring without people to torment, they'd probably have to end up killing each other as a favor, even if they could do it right now.

    This could all end, in a second.

    A fall from a cliff, a bullet, an explosion, a fire, surrender- as crazy as it sounds.

    Hannibal will stay there for the rest of his life, Will probably less, but it'll be like he'll be dead already.

    He can't know in advance for Molly and Walter. He doesn't deserve the forgiveness they could have. He won't be able to look at them like he used to.

    Not that he doesn't love them anymore, he's just not sure he can live with them after all this. The first time he left, he warned Molly that he wouldn't be the same.

    This time, he won't be himself anymore. He'll be a stranger. He won't be able to face Molly.

    His perfect family life is over.

    His whole life is over.

    He can't get to where it didn't use to be like that. To where it'll stop being like that.

    It'll never. Hannibal is written in red ink in there. Killing him won't made Will forget.

    They're bound to end up together, even in death.

    They could end it all there.

    They wouldn't have to run anymore.

    Wouldn't it be perfect?

    Their lives would be set in time, nothing else would happen.

    Hannibal would want this for the both of them, if that were to solve their problems.

    He would have done this.

    If only Will was still there.

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  • cryinglamb
    17.09.2021 - 3 hours ago

    The Moribundant Life, or, Grow Old Along with Whom?

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  • tetsvhoe
    17.09.2021 - 3 hours ago
    #[ 🍰 : strawberry shortcake ] #[ 🍰 : mango graham ] #nonnie #AND KUROO WITH UMUWI KA NA BABY #TANGINANG BUHAY
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  • oliverfolger
    17.09.2021 - 3 hours ago

    I love tumblr I just scream into the void and sometimes the void gives me likes

    #mm who are you people and why are you liking my posts /nm /lh #graham rambles
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  • inukitemple
    17.09.2021 - 3 hours ago

    The otherkin deck is actually my favorite they LOVE stupid questions

    #The Homestuck deck is as I mentioned before Daisy's #And Graham has like this astrology deck that's actually four mini decks #🔥 likes it but I find it incomprehensible #rutena speaks
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  • oliverfolger
    17.09.2021 - 5 hours ago

    GIOD MORNING MONTERO DROPPED AND LIL NAS DID A SONG WITH SIR ELTON JOHN ??????? YAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAY !!!!!!!!

    #my elton john hyperfixation is very quickly approaching again #I love this album #graham rambles
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  • obi-one-drop
    17.09.2021 - 5 hours ago

    I don't watch wrestling but these guys make me want to

    #adam and graham (and beej) are just great hosts #loadingreadyrun#lrr#Youtube
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  • douchebagbrainwaves
    17.09.2021 - 6 hours ago

    STARTUPS CONDENSE IN 13 SENTENCES

    Efficiency matters for server-based software, all you need at most are the 13 people, because only they could focus on what customers wanted? There's no switch inside you that magically flips when you turn a certain age or graduate from some institution. The ultimate target is Microsoft. Assuming their expenses remain constant and their revenue growth is what it's been over the last several months, do they make it to profitability. Most of them had never seen the Web before we came to tell them. Which is not to say that it's unjust that certain kinds of work are underpaid. Leaving your PDA in a taxi is like a hang-glider launch: you'd better do it wholeheartedly, or not at all like what mathematicians do.

    Why does it bother adults so much when kids do things reserved for adults? As it turns out, VC-backed startups are not that fearsome. Anyone who can write an optimizing compiler can design a UI that doesn't confuse users, once they choose to focus on that problem. That's what makes sex and drugs so dangerous. I'm proposing is exactly the opposite: they created things that made our lives materially richer. No. So anything we could do, is this the one with the best chance of making money. In fact the second step can propagate back into the first: if something is fun, it isn't work.

    Originally, yes, there does seem to have had any effect on the number of people who are rich enough not to work do anyway. In fact the new generation of software may be server-based, what that will mean for programmers, and why? Just keep playing. But does it do this out of self-indulgence, it turned out to be. 5% of the time, could get excited about such a thoroughly boneheaded idea, we should also ask, where does that income come from? If so, the good news is, choosing problems is something that can be learned. Figure out what? Now it's social networks, multiplayer games, and various messaging applications. But since for most of the third world today, the standard misquotation would be spot on.

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  • mylifeinfiction
    17.09.2021 - 6 hours ago

    My Heart Is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones

    When I went into this, I had been excited for it for about a year and had it on my list of most anticipated books of 2021. This was my fourth book by Stephen Graham Jones, and I had either really liked or loved the other three. Plus, I generally dig slashers like crazy and my excitement was only further stoked by a significant amount of praise over the past month or so.

    Outside of a ~60 page stretch in the final act, My Heart Is a Chainsaw sadly did nothing for me but make me beg for it to end. Its protagonist is unbearable, it's plotting is sluggish and over-bloated with incessant ramblings about slasher films that merely spin around and around in an annoying circle, all of which bring nothing significant to the story and very little of interest in terms of character work. I totally understand the thematic significance of it all, I just sadly don't think any of it works effectively enough to warrant just how much there is forced in here. What's worst, though, is that at the core of it all, there's a savage little slasher story, here. One that, at perhaps ~250 fewer pages, could've quickly made it to the top of my list of favorite 2021 books.

    Needless to say, I'm super bummed by how greatly this book disappointed.

    ::shrugs::

    Oh well, can't win 'em all, I guess.

    3.5/10

    -Timothy Patrick Boyer.

    #books#book review #my heart is a chainsaw #Stephen Graham Jones #booklr#horror books#new books#slasher books#2021#2021 books#fiction#reading #readers of tumblr
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  • portraitsalone
    17.09.2021 - 6 hours ago

    Toni Marie Graham

    #toni marie graham
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