hotsugar:

whiteteen:
Salvador Dali drawing a penis on the forehead of a woman and signing it with Picasso’s signature

hotsugar:

whiteteen:

Salvador Dali drawing a penis on the forehead of a woman and signing it with Picasso’s signature

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nprfreshair:

PS. Allison Janney is recording with us this afternoon. Stay tuned!

nprfreshair:

PS. Allison Janney is recording with us this afternoon. Stay tuned!

Labeling women as “crazy” is a way of controlling them. It may not be something planned or pre-meditated, but the ease with which men call women “crazy” says a lot about them. Calling a woman “crazy” is a quick and easy shut-down to any discussion. Once the “crazy” card has been pulled out, women are now put on the defensive: the onus is no longer on the man to address her concerns or her issue, it’s on her to justify her behavior, to prove that she is not, in fact, crazy or irrational. Men don’t even have to provide any sort of argument back – it’s a classic catch-22; “the fact that you don’t even see that you’re acting crazy is just proof that it’s crazy.”
On Labeling Women “Crazy” | Paging Dr. NerdLove - Part 2 (via creatingaquietmind)

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thereal1990s:

Men In Black (1997)

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mattiasinks:

Cloud atlas

mattiasinks:

Cloud atlas

ladybitsblog:

lunarobverse:

A brilliant metaphor

But really though.

There are only two important elements to a great novel. The first is an interesting character. A character that you thoroughly know and feel will go a long way toward attracting a readership.

The second element is an interesting problem.
Walter Dean Myers, with advice for a young writer. (via lettersandlight)
slaughterhouse90210:

“Like so many other nerdy, disaffected young people of that time, I dreamed of becoming an ‘artist’, i.e., somebody whose adult job was original and creative instead of tedious and dronelike.”― David Foster Wallace, The Pale King

slaughterhouse90210:

“Like so many other nerdy, disaffected young people of that time, I dreamed of becoming an ‘artist’, i.e., somebody whose adult job was original and creative instead of tedious and dronelike.”
― David Foster Wallace,
The Pale King

gingerhaze:

Lumberjanes #4 cover and its inspiration: “Forward America” by Norman Rockwell and the cover of the Boy Scout handbook. I wanted to use vintage Girl Scout imagery, but there’s less available. However, there is this Girl Scout postcard that is wonderfully Lumberjanes in spirit:

esperrygood \ es PERRY good \ , adjective; Having the quality of being good like asparagus. Asparagus good. Esperrygood.
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