October 20, 2014

theapparatusissublime:

letsemeryme:

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mentalalchemy:

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geekygothgirl:

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sandvichette:

vigilantespanties:

Fred Rogers Acceptance Speech - 1997

Our neighbor didn’t die, he was just needed someplace else.

He took a moment that was about recognizing him and turned it into a moment to recognize everyone who was there and everyone who made it possible for him to do what he does. If you want a perfect example of why he is so fondly remembered and such a great person, it’s tough to find a better one than this.

Mister Rogers is like, the one person where the more I find out about him, the more I love about him. It’s such sweet relief, rather than being disappointed in a celebrity when you find out more about their personal life, to go “my God, what a thoroughly good human.”

Always reblog Mister Rogers

One of the true wizards and healers.

I’m not crying i just accidentally poured salty water into my eye cavities

I didn’t pour salty water into my eye cavities I am actively crying.

Mister Rogers was my childhood hero, and this is why.

Oh Fred! :)

I like to think we all reblog Mr. Rogers so much to remind ourselves that it is always possible to be kinder, and to live in the world more thoughtfully, and a better world might be available to us.

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October 20, 2014
chelseahodson:

The End of Inventory
Beginning January 1, 2013, and spanning 657 consecutive days, I’ve catalogued every individual object I own.
Today at the Imagine Science Film Festival, I performed the text in its entirety, which took over seven hours. In total, Inventory is 40,071 words. Photos and full video of the performance are forthcoming from the Marina Abramovic Institute, but the final four hours are currently viewable here.
Thank you for reading.

NOW WHAT

chelseahodson:

The End of Inventory

Beginning January 1, 2013, and spanning 657 consecutive days, I’ve catalogued every individual object I own.

Today at the Imagine Science Film Festival, I performed the text in its entirety, which took over seven hours. In total, Inventory is 40,071 words. Photos and full video of the performance are forthcoming from the Marina Abramovic Institute, but the final four hours are currently viewable here.

Thank you for reading.

NOW WHAT

October 19, 2014
moviesinframes:

Short Term 12, 2013 (dir. Destin Cretton)
By quello-nello-specchio

moviesinframes:

Short Term 12, 2013 (dir. Destin Cretton)

By quello-nello-specchio

October 19, 2014

"Everybody said, ‘Oh you must’ve been on drugs when you made those movies.’ No! We weren’t on drugs when we made them. I was on on drugs when I thought them up and I was on drugs when we showed them, but I was never on drugs when we made them, because it was too hard.” 
- John Waters

"Everybody said, ‘Oh you must’ve been on drugs when you made those movies.’ No! We weren’t on drugs when we made them. I was on on drugs when I thought them up and I was on drugs when we showed them, but I was never on drugs when we made them, because it was too hard.” 

- John Waters

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October 19, 2014
wehadfacesthen:

Myrna Loy, 1934, in a photo by MGM house photographer George Hurrell

wehadfacesthen:

Myrna Loy, 1934, in a photo by MGM house photographer George Hurrell

October 19, 2014
chelseahodson:

I’ll begin reading Inventory in its entirety at 1pm EST at the Made in New York Media Center (30 John Street, Brooklyn). The livestream will be available on http://www.immaterial.org.

chelseahodson:

I’ll begin reading Inventory in its entirety at 1pm EST at the Made in New York Media Center (30 John Street, Brooklyn). The livestream will be available on http://www.immaterial.org.

October 19, 2014
"The best comedy punches upwards towards the established structure of power, not downwards at oppressed classes"

Dakota Hendrix aka genderterrorism (via katblaque)

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October 18, 2014

just-for-grins:

Instant Karma Gifs

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October 17, 2014
In Wake of 'Gotham' Controversy Comes 'Painted Down' - New Doc Chronicling Struggles & Hard Fought Victories of Black Stunt People

jessehimself:

In case you haven’t heard, the Warner Bros. Television produced show created an uproar when the show was caught red handed in the act of a “paint down” last week. In other words, a white stunt woman, doubling for a black actress on the show, had “dark makeup applied to the face, in a hair and makeup test, in advance of two days of filming in New York.”

However, the practice of “painting down” white stunt people to double for black actors has been going on for a long time, even to this day; though there are many black professional stuntmen and women available for such work.

October 17, 2014

viletroll1917:

*approaches a straight couple* okay so which one of you is the marx and which one is the engels

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