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littlehorrorshop:

The Extra Girl, 1923

littlehorrorshop:

The Extra Girl, 1923

i’m a classy lady

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chipmunks-on-wheels:

Ramona, come closer, shut softly your watery eyes

chipmunks-on-wheels:

Ramona, come closer, shut softly your watery eyes

maggot boy recommended the podcast distorted view to listen to and it the most DISGUSTING thing I HAVE EVER HEARD

(it’s the tuesday hour special episode)

WHAT THE FUCK


I think there’s certainly been a commonality between punk and comedy for years. It’s people who’s felt like outsiders that I think are channeling anger and angst and are finding ways of giving themselves license to kind of address some of this pain. I think there is something that’s very dangerous about comedy right now. Especially stand-up. I think that, not so much television comedies, but when you see stand-up sometimes, there’s something so bare about that, and so raw. You don’t always see that in music anymore, and I think that’s ok. Music, I think, embodies more mystery and persona. Comedy, there’s just nothing protecting you and I think a lot of early punks felt like that. - Carrie Brownstein

I think there’s certainly been a commonality between punk and comedy for years. It’s people who’s felt like outsiders that I think are channeling anger and angst and are finding ways of giving themselves license to kind of address some of this pain. I think there is something that’s very dangerous about comedy right now. Especially stand-up. I think that, not so much television comedies, but when you see stand-up sometimes, there’s something so bare about that, and so raw. You don’t always see that in music anymore, and I think that’s ok. Music, I think, embodies more mystery and persona. Comedy, there’s just nothing protecting you and I think a lot of early punks felt like that. - Carrie Brownstein

redfords:

Happy Birthday, Natalie Wood | July 20, 1938 - November 29, 1981 

"I adored Natalie Wood. She was incredibly generous, which not many people in our industry are. She was extremely driven and in charge of her career. Yet Natalie had a vulnerability about her - a part of her that longed to be taken care of." - Robert Redford

"She was like a human Alka Seltzer - she was just the most bubbling, effervescent person, and she was very easy to work with." - Tony Mordente

"She loved life too much. She was a brave women." - Tony Costello 

"There was a fragility in her, and the emotions were very close to the surface: scratch her and get to an emotional color right away. There’s something breathless about her, and you can feel a kind of quivering just below the surface, a very appealing and vulnerable part of her. She had it in person. There was a kind of breathless vulnerability. You want to say, ‘everything’s going to be okay.’" - Sydney Pollack

gameraboy:

Murder is snazzy!
Teen Comics #23 (1947)

gameraboy:

Murder is snazzy!

Teen Comics #23 (1947)

Andy Warhol - In the future everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes