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Jul 24

therealmeighan:

Marianas Trench - Stutter (from Ever After)

Jul 24

koukiboy:

ワールドイズマイン(World is Mine) Remixed by Dixie Flatline ft. Hatsune Miku

Jul 23

constantsareachanging:

Max Frost | White Lies

Jul 22
nprfreshair:

Obvious Child centers on Donna Stern, played by Jenny Slate, an aspiring stand-up comic in her late 20s who’s out of her depth in the grown-up world. After getting smashed and having unprotected sex with a guy she barely knows, Donna discovers she’s pregnant and decides to have an abortion. 
Fresh Air film critic David Edelstein reviews: 

Donna feels so real she could be sitting next to you in the theater. Jenny Slate can be seen opposite Nick Kroll in drag on the Kroll Show in a weekly reality-TV send-up called Publizity about two jittery L.A. publicists named Liz. She’s even more famous for blowing her Saturday Night Live debut several years ago by blurting the f-word on live TV. I found that rather endearing and hoped Slate would get her own show. She didn’t—she barely lasted out the year. But what I love about her in Obvious Child is that sense of danger she brings. She’s all frizzy little coils of neurotic energy. Anything could pop out of her mouth.
That fits a character who has no self-control. She’s a big baby, someone who can’t take care of herself, let alone a little baby. Director Gillian Robespierre lets you take Donna as you will. Robespierre has the courage of her ambivalence. The best thing about Obvious Child is that there’s nothing obvious about it.

nprfreshair:

Obvious Child centers on Donna Stern, played by Jenny Slate, an aspiring stand-up comic in her late 20s who’s out of her depth in the grown-up world. After getting smashed and having unprotected sex with a guy she barely knows, Donna discovers she’s pregnant and decides to have an abortion. 

Fresh Air film critic David Edelstein reviews: 

Donna feels so real she could be sitting next to you in the theater. Jenny Slate can be seen opposite Nick Kroll in drag on the Kroll Show in a weekly reality-TV send-up called Publizity about two jittery L.A. publicists named Liz. She’s even more famous for blowing her Saturday Night Live debut several years ago by blurting the f-word on live TV. I found that rather endearing and hoped Slate would get her own show. She didn’t—she barely lasted out the year. But what I love about her in Obvious Child is that sense of danger she brings. She’s all frizzy little coils of neurotic energy. Anything could pop out of her mouth.

That fits a character who has no self-control. She’s a big baby, someone who can’t take care of herself, let alone a little baby. Director Gillian Robespierre lets you take Donna as you will. Robespierre has the courage of her ambivalence. The best thing about Obvious Child is that there’s nothing obvious about it.

Jul 22

good4youherbals:

this is the sh*t

Jul 21

good4youherbals:

new music video for orangepeelmystic 🍊 this video was shot within 48 hours of traveling from the west to east coast

Jul 21

nprfreshair:

With your arms T-Rex-in’, do The Creep. 

(Also, here are the Fresh Air interviews with The Lonely Island and John Waters)

Have a great weekend, 

Fresh Air 

Jul 20

Say Anything / A Walk Through Hell

I’d walk through hell for you
Let it burn right through my shoes
These soles are useless without you.

Jul 20
incidentalcomics:

Conflict in Literature

incidentalcomics:

Conflict in Literature

Jul 20

locallycrafted:

See Why This Blank Paper Is Already a Masterpiece

Meet Christopher James, owner of Porridge Papers, an independently owned, local paper mill and letterpress studio in Lincoln, Nebraska.  Christopher moved to Lincoln when he was 20 years old for school and started working at an art store.  One day, feeling spontaneous, he brought home a papermaking kit and a small blender and began what would become his life’s passion: making handmade paper.  Find out how Christopher went from blending paper in his kitchen to running one of the most unique small businesses in the Lincoln area in this installment of Locally Crafted Goods. 

Jul 20

"Of the night" bastille

Jul 19

Your Completely Queer Guide To Horoscope Hookups →

Jul 19

Before You Know It Something’s Over

autostraddle:

Before You Know It Something’s Over

My father died when I was 14. My father died when I was 14. My father died when I was 14. Heart attack. While he was running. Training for a marathon. Yes, it was unexpected. Yes, just out of the blue. Yeah, just about the worst thing that could have ever happened, just really the absolute worst, nothing worse will ever happen to me! (I will laugh at this part, a little. To make sure you know…

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Jul 19
Jul 19

Antidote - A Game of Deduction, Deception and Mortality →

last few hours!