screenshotsofdespair:

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uirus:

i finally know what adults in poland look like. thanks wikipedia
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uirus:

i finally know what adults in poland look like. thanks wikipedia

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ultraheartcombo:

composite post: the About Ducks comic

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typeverything:

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Smile by Sam Caunce, using a Brause 361 nib.
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typeverything:

Typeverything.com

Smile by Sam Caunce, using a Brause 361 nib.

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grumpystitches:

Finis caput. by lady0rowan on Flickr.
Mar 19, 2013 / 104 notes
printeresting:

According to the Daily News, a NYC-based criminal mastermind stole toner from a hospital in quantities that “allowed the $37,800-a-year receiving clerk to live in the lap of luxury. He rented a tony apartment in suburban Westchester County; splurged on a BMW, Rolex and four Louis Vuitton bags; and made frequent trips to Las Vegas, Cancun and Orlando… In 2007, two Pennsylvania men were accused of stealing $187,000 worth of ink and toner from their office-supply employer and then selling the goods on the Internet. The same year, an account executive at a New Jersey stationery supply company pleaded guilty to stealing 30,000 toner cartridges valued at $1.75 million.”
…Clearly print is dead. There’s just no market for it.
Jan 29, 2013 / 66 notes

printeresting:

According to the Daily News, a NYC-based criminal mastermind stole toner from a hospital in quantities that “allowed the $37,800-a-year receiving clerk to live in the lap of luxury. He rented a tony apartment in suburban Westchester County; splurged on a BMW, Rolex and four Louis Vuitton bags; and made frequent trips to Las Vegas, Cancun and Orlando… In 2007, two Pennsylvania men were accused of stealing $187,000 worth of ink and toner from their office-supply employer and then selling the goods on the Internet. The same year, an account executive at a New Jersey stationery supply company pleaded guilty to stealing 30,000 toner cartridges valued at $1.75 million.”

…Clearly print is dead. There’s just no market for it.

Jan 13, 2013 / 107,580 notes

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