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“Bounty Hunter” is today’s tee on www.Qwertee.com going live in just 15 minutes!

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earwolf:

Please enjoy the first trailer to Kulap Vilaysack’s “Origin Story” documentary.

tomryansstudio:

I’ve never done a tribute piece before this but hearing about his passing yesterday struck me and I wanted to do something in honor of his life. My sympathies go out to his family and friends. He will be missed. Rest in Peace. #RobinWilliams, #Art, #ArtDeco, #TomRyan, #TomRyansStudio, #Tribute, #RIP, #Print

tomryansstudio:

I’ve never done a tribute piece before this but hearing about his passing yesterday struck me and I wanted to do something in honor of his life. My sympathies go out to his family and friends. He will be missed. Rest in Peace. #RobinWilliams, #Art, #ArtDeco, #TomRyan, #TomRyansStudio, #Tribute, #RIP, #Print

skin-rivets-tyler:

naturalflightsofahumanmind:

A man pretending to be a cat. Brilliant

Literally me.

joshpeck:

housewifeswag:

this speaks to me on a spiritual level.

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micdotcom:

These confused cats are the best response to ‘Women Against Feminism’ yet 

A new phenomenon in the Tumblr Wars has brought the claws out, literally and figuratively. 

In this latest example, satirical Tumblr “Confused Cats Against Feminism" is combining some of the Internet’s favorite things — cats and whimsy — in a hilariously effective takedown of its inspiration, "Women Against Feminism.” 

How these images prove we still need feminism

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micdotcom:

Eye-opening photos of Americans lying in a week of their own trash

The average person in the United States produces four pounds of garbage per person per day. Collectively, we produce millions of tons of trash each week, adding up to over 220 million tons each year. And that number is growing. Seeing that reality in focus through Gregg Segal’s work puts our country’s trash crisis into sharp relief. 

What you’re not seeing makes an even bigger point | Follow micdotcom 

nprfreshair:

Project Runway’s Tim Gunn spoke to Terry Gross about being gay in the ’60s and ’70s vs. being gay today: 

"[In] the late 1960s going into the early ’70s, [being gay] was considered to be something you ‘fixed.’ This was an adolescent psychiatric hospital, so people were teens into early 20s, and there were some people there who were there to have their gayness ‘fixed.’ So for me, it was like treating a disease — you have to do something about it. … I remember thinking, ‘I have enough issues without adding this to the list.’ I thought, ‘Oh, God, but for the grace of God, there go I.’
On the one hand, I’m not envious of any young person who is going through a struggle with their sexual identity, I’m not envious at all — but on the other hand, there’s so many more and more positive role models these days. When I was kid, who were the gay people? They were the decorators in the Doris Day movies, they’re the fashion designers, they’re flitting about. I mean, I think about Paul Lynde on Bewitched, I mean, he was a caricature. And today, we recognize that every flavor of humanity comes in every possible size, and color, and shape, and we have so much more awareness of the diversity of everyone. Whenever anyone tries to stereotype gay men, it’s like, ‘Wait a minute, there’s just as many who live like slobs!’”


The premiere of season 13 of Project Runway aired last night. 

nprfreshair:

Project Runway’s Tim Gunn spoke to Terry Gross about being gay in the ’60s and ’70s vs. being gay today: 

"[In] the late 1960s going into the early ’70s, [being gay] was considered to be something you ‘fixed.’ This was an adolescent psychiatric hospital, so people were teens into early 20s, and there were some people there who were there to have their gayness ‘fixed.’ So for me, it was like treating a disease — you have to do something about it. … I remember thinking, ‘I have enough issues without adding this to the list.’ I thought, ‘Oh, God, but for the grace of God, there go I.’

On the one hand, I’m not envious of any young person who is going through a struggle with their sexual identity, I’m not envious at all — but on the other hand, there’s so many more and more positive role models these days. When I was kid, who were the gay people? They were the decorators in the Doris Day movies, they’re the fashion designers, they’re flitting about. I mean, I think about Paul Lynde on Bewitched, I mean, he was a caricature. And today, we recognize that every flavor of humanity comes in every possible size, and color, and shape, and we have so much more awareness of the diversity of everyone. Whenever anyone tries to stereotype gay men, it’s like, ‘Wait a minute, there’s just as many who live like slobs!’”

The premiere of season 13 of Project Runway aired last night.