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  • These paintings by artist Philip Barlow, of cityscapes at night, are just gorgeous. (Colossal)
  • Meanwhile, this footage of hummingbirds frolicking in a bird feeder is quite relaxing. (Kottke)
  • I’m a little late to the party here, but this interview with Kathleen Turner is a real pip. (Vulture)
  • A rather fascinating interview with a diagnosed psychopath. (The Cut via Go Fug Yourself)
  • I enjoyed this roundup of 24 spooky chicks from the movies. (Revelist)

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    gablesgirl
    13 Aug 2018
    11:49pm

    I think I love the Stories pink cords–in navy. What do you think?

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    A Citizen
    13 Aug 2018
    4:35pm

    Psychopaths are not experts in psychopathy. That’s important to remember when reading an interview with one. They can tell you their version of the world, as they see it. That’s an important distinction.

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      Kim France
      13 Aug 2018
      10:12pm

      In fairness, the author of the piece did mention that in her introduction.

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        A Citizen
        14 Aug 2018
        12:39am

        That is most important.

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    Candy
    13 Aug 2018
    12:07pm

    I had read that Kathleen Turner interview before but I read it again because it is just so wonderful. Love that she included that Molly Ivins quote.

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    y.k.
    13 Aug 2018
    12:10pm

    yup, i’m a sucker for paintings of blurry neon city lights, even if they’re almost a cliche now.
    and yes, that interview with a psychopath – totally fascinating.

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