schmergo:

I want a movie about a kid who just so happens to be born a Classic Gothic Hero, but in modern day. His name would be like Byron Dangerfield or something. 

Whenever he has EMOTIONS, there are claps of thunder and lightning. Every time he leans against a piece of furniture, it turns out to open a secret passageway leading to some dark secret, until eventually he’s just like “REALLY, GUYS?” All bad dreams are prophetic, even if it’s just that Starbucks will be out of pumpkin spice syrup the next day. Every girl he talks to swoons a lot and has a tyrannical heavy-browed father who are all played by the same actor. Ravens flock around him.

There are inexplicably paintings with moving eyes and moving suits of armor everywhere he goes, even McDonalds. Every time he moves to a new apartment, there is ALWAYS a screaming woman chained up in the room above his, and she invariably sets the place on fire. He’s so over it.

Wal-Mart earned $27 billion in profit last year. They could afford to pay their bottom million workers $10,000 more a year, raise all of those people out of poverty, cost — save taxpayers billions of dollars, and still earn $17 billion in profit, right? It’s simply nuts that we have allowed this to happen. […] You know, this ridiculous idea that a worker on Wall Street who earns tens of millions of dollars a year securitizing imaginary assets or doing high-frequency trading is worth 1,000 times as much as workers who earn tens of thousands of dollars a year educating our children, growing or serving us our food, throwing themselves into harm’s away to protect our life or property, that this difference reflects the true value or intrinsic worth of these jobs is nonsense.

Nick Hanauer, Venture Capitalist, on the necessity of a living wage (via cognitiveinequality)


"Subtlety is my favourite thing in cinema. It lets you dream. When everything is on the nail and on show, it leaves no questions in your mind. I find that so boring."

"Subtlety is my favourite thing in cinema. It lets you dream. When everything is on the nail and on show, it leaves no questions in your mind. I find that so boring."

dormanta:

Ali Michael in "Why Don’t They Let Us Fall In Love?" by Catherine Servel for Lula #10

dormanta:

Ali Michael in "Why Don’t They Let Us Fall In Love?" by Catherine Servel for Lula #10

whoistorule:

roughness:

tune in tonight for another episode of “is he cute or just tall? am I lowering my standards out of desperation? am I doomed to roam the earth as a lonely, unloved wretch for eternity? would I fuck a 30 year old? would I fuck a broke 30 year old?”

femalefederals:

"if she didn’t want those nudes released, she wouldn’t have taken them"

so I guess you wouldn’t mind all your friends and family seeing your smutty fanfictions and filthy text posts since you wouldn’t have made them if you didn’t want anyone to see them

immortaltrash:

when you remember something embarrassing you did 6 years ago

image


the one that survived despite the capitol’s plans

the one that survived despite the capitol’s plans

labsinthe:

"Myth And Folklore" Carmen Kass photographed by Yelena Yemchuk for Vogue Nippon 2005

labsinthe:

"Myth And Folklore" Carmen Kass photographed by Yelena Yemchuk for Vogue Nippon 2005

polykins:

stop the phrase “tattle-tale”. stop indirectly telling kids that if they speak up about someone that’s bothering them, they’re doing something bad. stop contributing to the culture of abuse.


Tahar Rahim photographed by Thomas Laisné

Tahar Rahim photographed by Thomas Laisné

Jake Gyllenhaal for Man of the World

The Tumblr Text Post Meme - Jon Snow version.

Come on, Groot, do it for the Vine.

Peter Quill after discovering the Internet. (via patrickat)

"Why would he do it for another vine? He has many vines."

 - Drax, upon hearing this conversation

(via thesylverlining)

arthistorianmindswirls:

John William Godward, Under the Blossom that Hangs on the Bough
1917

arthistorianmindswirls:

John William Godward, Under the Blossom that Hangs on the Bough

1917

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