Working on a political show is fun

Had a location try to weasel out on me today and had to drop the hammer. You see, we have a lot of guest stars on our show, so when a government agency got cute I hit them with: “What a shame. The Vice President was really looking forward to working at ******. He’s going to be so disappointed to hear that you can’t get it done in time.” Suddenly things got done.

Tags: Work

An absolutely batshit insane story about the film business that jibes perfectly with my personal experiences.

westchesterprepster:

confhetti:


she isn’t a smoker, i watched a documentary about the photographer, this is her daughter and she always would take photos of her children and she thought of how out of place yet powerful the cigarette would look in her hands so she took this photo 

Idk how many times I have reblogged this


Sally Mann’s photography of her children is absolutely breathtaking

I let an Ex keep the Sally Mann prints when we broke up.  I shouldn’t have, but was such a shit to her otherwise that I had to.

westchesterprepster:

confhetti:

she isn’t a smoker, i watched a documentary about the photographer, this is her daughter and she always would take photos of her children and she thought of how out of place yet powerful the cigarette would look in her hands so she took this photo 

Idk how many times I have reblogged this

Sally Mann’s photography of her children is absolutely breathtaking

I let an Ex keep the Sally Mann prints when we broke up. I shouldn’t have, but was such a shit to her otherwise that I had to.

(Source: nikolawashere, via rangeedepauvre)

newyorker:

A cartoon by Harry Bliss. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/1pAm6nz

newyorker:

A cartoon by Harry Bliss. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/1pAm6nz

(Source: newyorker.com)

mightyflynn:

November 3, 1995

Ian O’Connor: moron

mightyflynn:

November 3, 1995

Ian O’Connor: moron

Where I’ve been…

I have worked all over the place, including but not limited to: New York City, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Denver, Reno, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, North and South Carolina, New Mexico, Boston, Cincinnati, and a whole bunch of other places. All I can say is please, no more Cincinnati. For the love of God please, no more Cincinnati.

conflictedyetcomfortable:

People need to shut the fuck up about Ray Rice. There is nothing I could do to my husband physically and/or verbally that would ever make it okay for him (5’ 10”, 220, about the same size as Rice), to knock me the fuck out. PERIOD. As strong as I am, and I workout, he can subdue me without…

Parenting is a series of “firsts”

First smile, first laugh, first time crawling. Harper said her first word this week, which was “airplane”. Had another one today: first time spraying vomit all over the room like a frigging firehose.

Tags: parenting yuck

Happy Birthday Josh!

Happy Birthday Josh!

Tags: wentdog

"Here’s the thing that I want to say. The reason that I’m popular or the reason that people follow me and there’s been such a buzz around me is when I went out on Saturdays at Texas A&M, I played with an extreme amount of passion and I played with my heart on my sleeve, but more than anything, I had fun. I have fun playing this game. I have fun going out on this field playing football. It’s what I live for. It’s what I do, same way off the field. Whether I’m playing golf, going out having nightlife, whatever it is, I have a lot of fun. That’s what my life is, and luckily for me I’m living out my dream of playing in the NFL having a ton of fun. My dream has come true, and I finally got some time to get some downtime and celebrate that with my family, with my friends. This is the greatest life that I could have ever imagined for me, and I’m loving that. Will I continue to get better being a professional and learn lessons about life? Of course, I’m 21 years old. Age is not an excuse, but I need to mature and I have done some immature things. Moving forward, I’m going to try and mature and get better and handle myself better as a professional. That’s really all I can say about that. My life is incredible. I’m blessed to be in this position. I’m going to have fun each and every day, whether it’s practice, whether it’s training camp, whether it’s during the season going out and playing a game which will be even better, or it’s going out in the offseason or playing golf or hanging out with my family. Life is fun. Enjoy while it’s here."

— Johnny Manziel

No, it’s 10PM on a Saturday and you’re at home baking bread.

No, it’s 10PM on a Saturday and you’re at home baking bread.

Tags: who am I?

timessquareblue:

Harris Theater, 226 W42nd Street, 1986

timessquareblue:

Harris Theater, 226 W42nd Street, 1986

Germans are odd.

He’s not the hero we want, he’s the hero we need.

Yes, okay, it is a bit overboard. Have to admit he sends the right message though, and it is a message that needs sending. In a city this densely populated every action is magnified; every bit of obnoxious selfish behavior negatively affects others to an exponential degree. When you blast your shitty music too loud more people are stuck listening to it here. Sprawl across multiple seats on the subway and that many more people have to stand. Every car on 2nd Avenue is delayed in their journey when you ignore the red light and slowly jaywalk your lazy ass across the street. Thanks for honking a split second after the light turned green, it made everyone’s day worse. Hey, great, just go ahead and toss that garbage on the street.

The message this guy is sending probably doesn’t get through to the far too many people who make the world worse by their existence every day they breathe. Even so, if he fucks with the shit of the BMW driver who parks squarely between two spots I am okay with it. In a perfect world we would all see this and understand the converse to be true as well; positive actions make the world a better place. Give up that seat to someone who needs it more. Let the car merge in front of you, hold the door for the next person, smile at a stranger. Say hello to someone. For my part I try to increase the good. Don’t always succeed but I really do try. Even so I have no problem with someone being bad to the bad people.

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