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lukewhealy:

speechless

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huamachuco:

theclearlydope:

Is that ??? is that a baby Predator? 

what is this? so many questions
did the parents make the kid watch predator or was it just like here kid put on this crazy outfit and nevermind what it is, daddy/mommy need the upvotes/notes
I hereby promise I wont dress my kids up like characters of adult stuff they haven’t seen. 

#dadthoughts

huamachuco:

theclearlydope:

Is that ??? is that a baby Predator? 

what is this? so many questions

did the parents make the kid watch predator or was it just like here kid put on this crazy outfit and nevermind what it is, daddy/mommy need the upvotes/notes

I hereby promise I wont dress my kids up like characters of adult stuff they haven’t seen. 

#dadthoughts

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vicemag:

How the Military Collects Data on Millions of High School Students
Schools have long been used as military recruitment centers—as training grounds, in fact, with “hundreds of thousands of secondary students” undergoing military instruction on high school campuses well before they can legally consent to enlist.
With the help of schools across the country, the US military is exploiting a loophole in the law to gather personal information on millions of Americans.

vicemag:

How the Military Collects Data on Millions of High School Students

Schools have long been used as military recruitment centers—as training grounds, in fact, with “hundreds of thousands of secondary students” undergoing military instruction on high school campuses well before they can legally consent to enlist.

With the help of schools across the country, the US military is exploiting a loophole in the law to gather personal information on millions of Americans.

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brianmichaelbendis:

Captain America versus AIM by Bruce Timm

brianmichaelbendis:

Captain America versus AIM by Bruce Timm

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art-and-fury:


Young woman in bare torso front at mirror - Fernand Toussaint

art-and-fury:

Young woman in bare torso front at mirror - Fernand Toussaint

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theartofmoviestills:

12 Years a Slave | Steve McQueen | 2013

theartofmoviestills:

12 Years a Slave | Steve McQueen | 2013

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supervillain:

Oh I get it. “Art-horror” is a great term for you to write around the idea that you just like horror films, intellectual cowardice runs deep y’all. There will never be anything more obvious than your shame for liking genre by writing about the respectable end of that being “different”. Of course, we’re in a time period where thoughtful writing about horror movies is at an epic fucking paucity, so I shouldn’t pick at that? But shit like that really just raises disgust in my core. Own it, or shut the fuck up. Just keep justifying yourself for liking something that you feel isn’t accepted by whomever you are writing towards, rather than discussing the tools and effects that genre utilizes that are unique to it. The opposite side of that is if you don’t need to couch everything in genre, instead of the tools of it and how they work. “These are special” why? Because you say so? Am I supposed to trust you? This isn’t just horror this is everything (for example this is a big part of why I don’t write about comics anymore) this is how you keep writing the same thing year after year instead of finding insight, this shit. I am not interested in what you want to canonize, I am interested in why. Your need to elevate bores the living shit out of me. I am not interested in you being a warrior for genre, either. That’s a dead end, and you end up on the side of idiots who can’t discern the difference. No one wants to be on the side of the “superheroes are modern myths” assholes and their ilk across all genres and subgenres. Is this movie a horror film or an art film is a question that only means something if you let it, and finding what is truly horrifying inside of a film, regardless of it’s pitched audience or dvd shelf placement, is what matters. Not that any of this matters, it’s all writing for the sake of discussion, if that. I can see your shame, instead of your passion or disgust, or any feeling worth reading about.

Your english degree is showing.

(this started off as tweets about this)

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comicbookcovers:

Romantic Confessions #8, December 1952, cover by John Prentice

comicbookcovers:

Romantic Confessions #8, December 1952, cover by John Prentice

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Opening Night (John Cassavetes, 1977)

“I asked John, ‘What is it that makes one cameraman better, what quality is it?’ And John said, ‘For me, it’s the skin. When I wanna reach out and touch the skin, the cameraman has done his work.” — Gena Rowlands 

(Source: danieldaylewiswithamoustache, via johncassavetes)

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saveflowers1:

Art by William Russell Flint (1909) - Savoy Operas: Princess Ida.”

saveflowers1:

Art by William Russell Flint (1909) - Savoy Operas: Princess Ida.”

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nprmusic:

jeremykaye:

And the witch starved to death, but she kinda deserved it. The cabin was made of Neil Diamond albums.

But… but… “Sweet Caroline.”

This is sort of the ultimate indicator to me that people have utterly lost track of what a hipster is, as I can guarantee you that there is no hipster in the universe that would not be 100% fucking thrilled to come upon a cottage made out of Neil Diamond albums

nprmusic:

jeremykaye:

And the witch starved to death, but she kinda deserved it. The cabin was made of Neil Diamond albums.

But… but… “Sweet Caroline.”

This is sort of the ultimate indicator to me that people have utterly lost track of what a hipster is, as I can guarantee you that there is no hipster in the universe that would not be 100% fucking thrilled to come upon a cottage made out of Neil Diamond albums

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70sscifiart:

Virgil Finlay

70sscifiart:

Virgil Finlay