• Excuse me, pardon me, move it dumbass!
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  • When someone admits I’m right…
  • Best parents ever…
  • The origins of acupuncture
  • Make little things count
  • Two-day old tiger cubs
  • Oh, wait…
  • Happiest moment of my day
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Comments
  1. drew shine

    5:58 am

    death comes for the archbishop was published in 1927 its listed as contemporary, 100 years of solitude was published in 1967 and is listed as a classic. What is your criteria for which?

  2. Tobi

    8:31 am

    i Strongly reccomend “1984″

  3. cleopatra

    10:17 am

    How is MAUS not in historical fiction?