DorrianK
Hopelessly hopeless, I hope so.
DorrianK
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chronicallycrotchety:

grandmasterbooty:

pussylipgloss:

d0gbl0g:

he went

the dog trust him

great trust exercises for when i get a puppy

too cute

lindgrenlives this will be me expect with Boone the second
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heyy-faggot:

Couple on a subway. Photo by Stanley Kubrick, 1946.
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Vilhelm Hammershoi
1. A Woman Reading by a Window
2. Sunbeams or Sunshine. Dust Motes Dancing in the Sunbeams, 1900
3. Interior, 1899
4. White Doors, 1905

this made me feel really uneasy 
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Vilhelm Hammershoi
1. A Woman Reading by a Window
2. Sunbeams or Sunshine. Dust Motes Dancing in the Sunbeams, 1900
3. Interior, 1899
4. White Doors, 1905

this made me feel really uneasy 
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Vilhelm Hammershoi
1. A Woman Reading by a Window
2. Sunbeams or Sunshine. Dust Motes Dancing in the Sunbeams, 1900
3. Interior, 1899
4. White Doors, 1905

this made me feel really uneasy 
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Vilhelm Hammershoi
1. A Woman Reading by a Window
2. Sunbeams or Sunshine. Dust Motes Dancing in the Sunbeams, 1900
3. Interior, 1899
4. White Doors, 1905

this made me feel really uneasy 
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comeupkid415:

lolfactory:

The anthropologists decided that this tribe was to remain “uncontacted”.

This is one of the best things iv seen today
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remylaforgewilbury:

Before he became known as one of the most amazing actors in history, Steve Buscemi was a firefighter for New York’s Engine 55. Upon the collapse of the World Trade Center towers, Buscemi dug out is old gear and volunteered to rescue the trapped and recover the deceased. It’s inspiring to know that a person who could do nothing and take no flack for his choice decided to do everything he could because he knew that there were family members and friends who needed closure, and he knew that the sooner the job was done, the sooner an entire nation could begin to heal. He was skilled and equipped to make it happen, and he also had a caring, genuine, humanitarian heart.
On this anniversary of the attacks, I don’t want to rile everyone up with the “America! F**k, yeah!” attitude. I just want to remind people that, at one time during my lifespan, the citizens of the USA were truly united. Not because of patriotism or politics…but because many were devastated, and the rest had reached such a deep level of empathy that they could be nothing but helpful and supportive of their neighbors. For once in my lifetime, humankind was something to be proud of. Why’d we forget so quickly?
remylaforgewilbury:

Before he became known as one of the most amazing actors in history, Steve Buscemi was a firefighter for New York’s Engine 55. Upon the collapse of the World Trade Center towers, Buscemi dug out is old gear and volunteered to rescue the trapped and recover the deceased. It’s inspiring to know that a person who could do nothing and take no flack for his choice decided to do everything he could because he knew that there were family members and friends who needed closure, and he knew that the sooner the job was done, the sooner an entire nation could begin to heal. He was skilled and equipped to make it happen, and he also had a caring, genuine, humanitarian heart.
On this anniversary of the attacks, I don’t want to rile everyone up with the “America! F**k, yeah!” attitude. I just want to remind people that, at one time during my lifespan, the citizens of the USA were truly united. Not because of patriotism or politics…but because many were devastated, and the rest had reached such a deep level of empathy that they could be nothing but helpful and supportive of their neighbors. For once in my lifetime, humankind was something to be proud of. Why’d we forget so quickly?
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ididntaskforanyofthis:

dorriank

It me lolololol
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oh-whaaaaat:

josephpurdy:

okburrito - matching people to ideal burritos in their area based on highly accurate burrito math.

Sign me up.

burritoguts
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"Young men need to be socialized in such a way that rape is as unthinkable to them as cannibalism."
Mary Pipher, Reviving Ophelia (via erkings)
Album Art
675 plays Source
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vintagegal:

The Munsters
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theinvisiblegentleman:

Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”
A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance.  This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.
theinvisiblegentleman:

Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”
A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance.  This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.
theinvisiblegentleman:

Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”
A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance.  This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.
theinvisiblegentleman:

Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”
A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance.  This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.
theinvisiblegentleman:

Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”
A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance.  This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.
theinvisiblegentleman:

Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”
A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance.  This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.
theinvisiblegentleman:

Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”
A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance.  This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.
theinvisiblegentleman:

Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”
A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance.  This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.
theinvisiblegentleman:

Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”
A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance.  This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.
theinvisiblegentleman:

Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”
A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance.  This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.