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    where in my favourite fandoms send memes and make dumbasses of them selves via the internet

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    where in chris and greg fall in love and be dorks

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    jughead's trying.

    he'll make it through.

    day by day, season by season, year by year.

    he's got help

    -or-

    jughead jones coming to terms with himself (and finally getting a vacation) with the help of his friends and family, a however many season there will be in riverdale part story.

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  1. Public Bookmark 13

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    01 Oct 2019

  2. Public Bookmark 19

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    01 Sep 2019

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    02 Aug 2019

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    Everybody is really looking for some kind of answer where there isn't one. Why would 300,000, 120,000, 60,000, 70,000 people come to anything, just because it's music, you know? I mean, is music all that important? I don't really think so, but people don't know. They don't know how to live and they don't know what to do and they think that if they can come here they can find out what it is or how to maintain it. It’s just, like... People are very lost. -Jerry, festival goer

    August 15th, 1969, New York.
    Louis Tomlinson is a young writer for a relatively new-on-the-scene rock magazine called Rolling Stone. His assignment is to fly across the country to cover the highly anticipated Woodstock Music and Art Festival. Armed with a notebook, audio recorder, and a camera, Louis just needs one big interview.
    Harry Styles. A new name in rock music and a future name in rock history. His first album sold tens of thousands and his interviews attract audiences across the country. He has the poetry of Jim Morrison and the stage presence of Mick Jagger. And after seeing him perform at the festival, Louis is willing to jump through hoops to put Harry on the cover of Rolling Stone.

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    31 Jul 2019

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