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thedailywhat:

Lights Out: I’ll be honest — the latest It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia promo is making me a little uncomfortable.

[videogum.]

holy shit does this really need to be the first thing I see after not looking at tumblr for months??

Hi again, Internet.

(Source: thedailywhat)

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Posted at 1:34 AM 03 August 2011
Just found this…

Just found this…

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Posted at 7:21 PM 27 June 2011
Man, Down With Love is on, and it is really really terrible, and I hate Renee Zellweger, but I can’t stop watching it because I could look at Ewan McGregor in those cute lil 60s suits forever.

Man, Down With Love is on, and it is really really terrible, and I hate Renee Zellweger, but I can’t stop watching it because I could look at Ewan McGregor in those cute lil 60s suits forever.

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Posted at 10:15 PM 13 June 2011

GOVERNORS ISLAND ALLIANCE

is where my summer internship is! It is a lot of fun and the Island is a very cool place in New York, so if on the off chance anyone is reading this you should like us and follow us please and thank you!

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Posted at 11:26 AM 13 June 2011
awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Bruce Springsteen and Michael Jackson

2good and 2funny. Excellent background characters.

awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Bruce Springsteen and Michael Jackson

2good and 2funny. Excellent background characters.

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Posted at 11:22 AM 13 June 2011
awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

John Krasinski and Will Arnett plus Amy Poehler in the background
(submitted by alotofnonsense)

2good

awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

John Krasinski and Will Arnett plus Amy Poehler in the background

(submitted by alotofnonsense)

2good

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Posted at 11:21 AM 13 June 2011
-saturdaynightlive:

Donald Glover performs as his rap alter ego Childish Gambino at Bonnaroo.
OH YES.

I can’t stop listening to him. Every day, all summer, I predict.

-saturdaynightlive:

Donald Glover performs as his rap alter ego Childish Gambino at Bonnaroo.

OH YES.

I can’t stop listening to him. Every day, all summer, I predict.

(Source: amyohconnor, via popculturebrain)

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Posted at 11:47 AM 12 June 2011
laughingsquid:

Long Exposure Photos of Planes Taking Off and Landing at SFO
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Posted at 12:58 AM 24 May 2011

All I’ve ever wanted. Do I talk about this movie too much? (Yes)

(Source: iamdonald)

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Posted at 12:57 AM 24 May 2011

Home

Ok so I’ve been back for almost a week, and it’s all very anticlimactic. I guess I was expecting to have this big moment where I was BACK IN NEW YORK and OMG I CAN EAT MAC & CHEESE AGAIN (actually that moment did happen), but of course like all things with a buildup of any kind, it was pretty normal. I landed and got a little emotional from lack of sleep and then had dim sum and went home. I’ve fallen into a pattern of going to sleep at 11 and not being able to sleep past 8 - good for work, not so good for any potential social life (as if). VERY excited to go up to Vassar for graduation later today!!

I’ve been kind of obsessed with the Dominique Strauss-Kahn thing, partly because it’s a little weird to be here while it’s going on when I’ve just come back from 4 months in France, but mostly because everything going on around it is basically what I’ve thought/learned about traditional French gender relations in the last few months, personified. As much as I’ve typically been wary of/annoyed with the ideas of commercialized, whatever-wave feminism, the ones that make it seem like women somehow need to punish men or feel smugly superior to them, this semester has made me think a lot more about the basic ideas that women need equal treatment and respect, and how that doesn’t always come through in places we think of as “advanced.” I’ve always believed in equal treatment, yes, duh, but I guess I was never really confronted with its reality before, particularly in terms of sexuality. Maybe it’s because I’d never lived in a big city before and found myself walking around late at night among such a mixture of people, and maybe this is something that I’ve just never been made aware of in the US, but something about French culture makes me think that the open and unwanted sexualization of any woman you see walking by is a little more acceptable there.

As a young American woman suddenly finding herself in the middle of Paris for the first time, I’d never experienced that kind of constant harassment in the street, on the metro, in bars that my friends and I were finding were apparently a normal part of life there. I never witnessed any French women confronting this when it happened to them, and we only did rarely as we were usually caught off guard, as much as we felt we were used to it. In New York, I’ve heard women tell off weird guys all the time, but what is it that’s different? France was supposed to be this great bastion of feminism last century, but something about it hasn’t stuck in everyday life. The fact that people - some important figures - are coming to the defense of DSK just reinforces this image of a powerful French man as someone whose power extends to seduction, to harassment and assault and rape if it goes so far, and that people are doing even less about it there than they are here.

Anyway. There are a couple good Times articles about this, and all I can say is that this attitude was one of the few things I was glad to leave behind.

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Posted at 11:47 AM 21 May 2011