life-live-learn-seek:

Me
nickholmes:

Aspire to awesomeness.  Well played sir.

nickholmes:

Aspire to awesomeness. Well played sir.

itsdlevy:

fuckyeahstephensondheim:

I don’t think this song gets much better than this. Elaine Stritch performing “The Ladies Who Lunch” before it gathered all the baggage of being her signature song.

I’m hearing from reliable sources that Elaine Stritch has passed away. A moment of silence would be the least appropriate response, so instead, I’d like to propose a toast.

Here’s to the one and only lady who lunched, there will never be another like her.

I’ll drink to that.

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I was so weirdly and profoundly moved by this article. Laura Barton has managed to describe precisely my own feelings about this wonderful film, and about George Emerson in particular. And yet, until I read this, I hadn’t realised that this was the case! Thank you, Laura, for showing me the workings of my own mind, for helping the 15 year old me realise why she felt so restricted, and for giving me the concept of ‘the George Emerson moment’

"Pushing off from the doorframe, out from the room, and into the view"

Baby bat gets the hiccups

Quite the most adorable thing in the world. ‘Fear me, I am the night *hic*’

(Source: baturday, via thefrogman)

fishingboatproceeds:

policymic:

Where’s lavernecox? On the cover of Time, that’s where!

Great interview, too!!!

All the fierceness

fishingboatproceeds:

policymic:

Where’s lavernecox? On the cover of Time, that’s where!

Great interview, too!!!

All the fierceness

(Source: micdotcom)

Tags: Laverne Cox

"I am excited to see a generation of women who will raise their boys to be good rather than their girls to be scared."

Date By Numbers  (via masturbationdestination)

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