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“I’ve spent my whole adult life on the road, and in my mind I thought that someday I’d want to take a big break. But what I realized is that’s not who I am at all. I love working. I love being creative. I think I’ve just made peace with the idea that there’s not some other way I ought to be living. […] If you’re lucky enough to find yourself in this position, you better play till your hands bleed and just give it all you have.

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jonahryans:

I have an idea. This is a great place, that I think will be very helpful. It’s absolutely beautiful. It’s about an hour and a half north from here. It’s like a perfect retreat, just the two of you. It’ll give you a chance to reset the reset button. I’ve sent a lot of couples there and they’ve all come back renewed.

The One I Love (2014)

This movie was delightful and I loved it; the unique premise/”twist” was at times frustrating and predictable at the end, but very mindbendy and inventive and fun, and I loved that even more, very Charlie Kaufman-esque. 

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straylightjay:

10 questions to never ask a transgender person by Laura Jane Grace

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stand-up-comic-gifs:

We want Jason to win. Mass murdering monster, but he’s no bigot. (x)

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cracked:

Behold: the dawn of Hypercolor.
5 Awesome Technologies Created by Ancient Civilizations

#5. The Magical Roman Technicolor Cup
The Lycurgus Cup looks green when lit from the front. But when lit from behind, it turns a demonic red. In 1990, British researchers tried to unlock the mystery of the devil’s beer stein. What they found was that the glass was full of gold and silver flecks 1,000 times thinner than a human hair. Basically, the Romans discovered nanotechnology — the science of manipulating incredibly small particles — and used it to make a bitchin’ pimp cup.

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cracked:

Behold: the dawn of Hypercolor.

5 Awesome Technologies Created by Ancient Civilizations

#5. The Magical Roman Technicolor Cup

The Lycurgus Cup looks green when lit from the front. But when lit from behind, it turns a demonic red. In 1990, British researchers tried to unlock the mystery of the devil’s beer stein. What they found was that the glass was full of gold and silver flecks 1,000 times thinner than a human hair. Basically, the Romans discovered nanotechnology — the science of manipulating incredibly small particles — and used it to make a bitchin’ pimp cup.

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ifuckinglovestvincent:

birth. in reverse. the amazing @st_vincent  styling @karlawelchstylist  makeup @nhinako_makeup  video @willoperron
OMFG SHE’S FILMING A VIDEO FOR BIRTH IN REVERSE. I THINK.

ifuckinglovestvincent:

birth. in reverse.
the amazing @st_vincent
styling @karlawelchstylist
makeup @nhinako_makeup
video @willoperron

OMFG SHE’S FILMING A VIDEO FOR BIRTH IN REVERSE. I THINK.

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Fun fact: I met Alice Cooper once

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Juno Temple - Heroine Magazine - September 2014Photographed by Sebastian Kim

Juno Temple - Heroine Magazine - September 2014
Photographed by Sebastian Kim

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PAULSON: But I have a question about the Poltegeist thing. Was that the moment, or was there a moment that preceded that, where you thought, “I want to do what they’re doing?” I know that happened to me with a movie I saw when I was young.

PASCAL: I think ’80s-era Steven Spielberg definitely shaped a lot of [my] fantasies. I particularly focused on Poltergeist. I just found it so fascinating; it got inside my imagination. Even if you watch it now, it really holds up. There’s not another horror movie that is actually a family drama. But it was definitely around that time. I would go to the movies very often with my father, because he just loved to go to the movies. He wouldn’t really play by the rules—my parents were so young and they were Chilean immigrants in San Antonio, Texas. It was all about going to movies, rock concerts, and Spurs games. And the primary influence in my life was movies. It was an interest that never went away. The first fucking thing that we did when we met was go to the movies.

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