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San Diego Meetup -
Saturday, October 24th, 8pm
L’Amour de Yogurt
Boston Meetup -
Friday, September 11th, 8:00pm
Did everybody have a nice weekend? Summer’s last hurrah? Now, now, don’t be too sad. Technically, Summer doesn’t end until September 22 at 5:18pm EDT. Hmm. I wonder if anything will spontaneously happen right at that moment. Will sunburns miraculously heal? Will sharks mysteriously stop being awesome? Will people suddenly realize that Bud Light Lime tastes horrible? So many questions. Only time will tell.
Until then, please enjoy the latest five picks for Tumblr Tuesday.
The Documentary Group
Here you’ll find descriptions, clips, trailers, and full video of some really great documentaries that you might not have heard of. The large size of this group (33 Tumblr users and counting) makes for diverse interests — there are documentary films here on topics as far-ranging as music, filmmaking, politics, religion, and the environment. A word of warning though, you could lose several hours here.
Drawing for a Smile
This is fun! Send your mailing address to this mystery artist and you’ll shortly receive a little drawing made just for you — then, you take a photo of yourself with the drawing (hopefully smiling!) and it gets posted to this site. This is all so sweet it’s starting to make my teeth hurt.
Fuck Yeah Subways
You may think you know exactly what this is all about just based on the title. Actually, you’re probably right. But you’ve likely underestimated how cool it is. No matter where you are in the world, underground transit systems are basically all doing the same thing — it’s when you see them juxtaposed that all the beautiful differences come to light. (Notables are Stockholm, Moscow, and Tokyo.)
This Tumblr blog covers cinema from 1900 to 1970 through a vast collection of still images, commentary, and audio clips. The Alfred Hitchcock tag is worth perusing if you’re a fan, as are the Literary Adaptations, Cary Grant, and Katharine Hepburn tags.
I Love Charts
Before today, I wasn’t aware that I possessed within me such a strong desire for good charts. Oh, but there’s no denying it now: I love charts. I love these charts so much, I want to take them behind the middle school and get ‘em pregnant. Hmm, that’s a bit hyperbolic even for me, but still: Nice charts, guys. Woo.
Now it’s your turn! What are some other Tumblr blogs that you recommend?