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literaryreference:


maggie-stiefvater:

crookedindifference:

If Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin couldn’t leave the moon

The astronauts had no instructions in that situation, although Nixon’s staff did prepare a contingency plan. The President would phone each of the widows-to-be.
Then he would read this address to the nation:


i would like a book published of all contingency rhetoric, to be titled as such.

This gives me chills. It’s like a dispatch from an alternate universe where things didn’t work out quite so well.
literaryreference:


maggie-stiefvater:

crookedindifference:

If Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin couldn’t leave the moon

The astronauts had no instructions in that situation, although Nixon’s staff did prepare a contingency plan. The President would phone each of the widows-to-be.
Then he would read this address to the nation:


i would like a book published of all contingency rhetoric, to be titled as such.

This gives me chills. It’s like a dispatch from an alternate universe where things didn’t work out quite so well.

literaryreference:

maggie-stiefvater:

crookedindifference:

If Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin couldn’t leave the moon

The astronauts had no instructions in that situation, although Nixon’s staff did prepare a contingency plan. The President would phone each of the widows-to-be.

Then he would read this address to the nation:

i would like a book published of all contingency rhetoric, to be titled as such.

This gives me chills. It’s like a dispatch from an alternate universe where things didn’t work out quite so well.


I get really, truly, deeply upset by the weirdest things, like political writing that I agree with and scares me, or my inability to understand my own feelings towards certain people that I know, or the realization that someone who I thought exuded self-confidence is actually deeply insecure and just doesn’t really show it to anyone