boundtothewater:

scaredystark:

sirdef:

yesilostmymind:

sirdef:

comic book artists who draw nipples on female costumes need to be fired i’m 100% serious

I’m confused, why do they need to be fired? what’s wrong with nipples?

perhaps i didn’t make my original statement clear- it is weirdly worded. my problem is not with nipples, but with nipples being drawn on costumes, through layers of spandex or armor. this contributes to hypersexualization of women in comics.

Armor nipple don’t make sense unless I’m getting full people is outlines in every uniform

I wanna see every wrinkle on captain america’s freedom fry

seriously dicks show through jeans all the time and if they show through sturdy denim they’d fucking definitely show through spandex

unless every dude superhero is wearing a cup

i can see some SOME dude heroes wearing cups, but ALL OF THEM? hell no.

is this about harry styles

David Morales:

Frankie’s memorial service was emotionally special. To have his friends, family and the Governor speak about Frankie goes to show the impact he has had on people. You know you’re a TRUE LEGEND when u get one of these….

David Morales:

Frankie’s memorial service was emotionally special. To have his friends, family and the Governor speak about Frankie goes to show the impact he has had on people. You know you’re a TRUE LEGEND when u get one of these….

mizoguchi:

Pedro Costa - State of the World (x)

I think this whole video is great but this particular section really caught my eye and really speaks to how Costa undermines the auteur label. It’s clear that he wants to show his own vision but one that is alignment with the subjects he films. It’s almost a ‘(largely) by the people, with the people, for the people’ mentality that takes into account the realities and truths of the impoverished, marginalized communities he films in Portugal. What Costa expresses above is very important because most white westerner filmmakers tend to view cinematic creation ultimately at their hands and can be molded how they want no matter what the cost to the subjects and communities and groups affected by such depictions. 

I interpret the beginning of the excerpt of him creating the initial vision but in a bare outline and is largely controlled by the people who are in the film. The closest most known director who does the same is Jorge Sanjinés. In my opinion, Costa’s the only contemporary well-known white European filmmaker aside from Claire Denis who can actually make honest depictions of marginalized communities. And what I mean by that term is the colonized and descendants of the colonized (such as immigrants who come to Europe). In the case of Costa, he depicts immigrants from Cape Verde, which is a former colony of Portugal as well as inhabitants of Cape Verde like in Casa de Lava

Honestly..kind of shame that he does so few films? But it’s also kind of great because every time he releases a new film every 5+ years it’s a masterpiece in so many ways.

(via filmantidote)

btw i have allergy-tinnitus right now and it SUCKS.

duhdoydorothy:

today i offer you a sass selfie titled “thesis completion and new sunglasses”

duhdoydorothy:

today i offer you a sass selfie titled “thesis completion and new sunglasses”

‘Love You Down’ by Meshell NdegeocelloSomeone certainly told me this album was best-of-2009 or I wouldn’t have thought to download it…but I must have missed the part about her covering “Love You Down”!!

‘Love You Down’ by Meshell Ndegeocello
Someone certainly told me this album was best-of-2009 or I wouldn’t have thought to download it…but I must have missed the part about her covering “Love You Down”!!

That song [I Want It That Way], coincidentally, was re-recorded as well because Max’s first language is Swedish and when they were writing some of the stuff didn’t exactly make sense in English. So we re-recorded the song but, believe it or not, even though the lyrics made more sense, it lost its feel. Sometimes in music it’s hard to replace that feeling, so we went with the original lyrics and decided to embrace our fans in this video.
— I’M CRYING (x)

(Source: isabelthespy)

seanhowe:

“Sue Richards, née Storm, the Invisible Girl, had been estranged from her husband, Reed Richards. With Franklin, their mysteriously equipped son, she was in seclusion in the country. She would return only when Reed learned to understand the obligations of family, those paramount bonds that lay beneath the surface of his work.”—The Ice Storm, Rick Moody



Is there something in Goofs on imdb about the train cars not being period? I don’t want to check because I want to pretend they’ve been upgraded since 1973

seanhowe:

“Sue Richards, née Storm, the Invisible Girl, had been estranged from her husband, Reed Richards. With Franklin, their mysteriously equipped son, she was in seclusion in the country. She would return only when Reed learned to understand the obligations of family, those paramount bonds that lay beneath the surface of his work.”

The Ice Storm, Rick Moody

Is there something in Goofs on imdb about the train cars not being period? I don’t want to check because I want to pretend they’ve been upgraded since 1973

duhdoydorothy:

prairieschoolarchitecture:

Frank Lloyd Wright, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, 1956-1962

the weird thing is, this is one of the worst designed Orthodox Churches i’ve ever seen

"weird"

duhdoydorothy:

prairieschoolarchitecture:

Frank Lloyd Wright, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, 1956-1962

the weird thing is, this is one of the worst designed Orthodox Churches i’ve ever seen

"weird"

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