ichthyologee:

this is too real

ichthyologee:

this is too real

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How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)

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You see this? All this shit? It’s not your fault.

I know.

No. No you don’t.

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Omg

Omg

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inspired by x

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huffingtonpost:

LAUREN BACALL DEAD: GOLDEN AGE STAR DIES AT 89
Film icon Lauren Bacall died on Tuesday, The Hollywood Reporter said. The legendary actress of films including “To Have and Have Not” and “Key Largo,” died at age 89

huffingtonpost:

LAUREN BACALL DEAD: GOLDEN AGE STAR DIES AT 89

Film icon Lauren Bacall died on Tuesday, The Hollywood Reporter said. The legendary actress of films including “To Have and Have Not” and “Key Largo,” died at age 89

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amberortolano:


In the beginning of my senior year of high school (November 2013), I dropped out.  I had just experienced the passing of a fellow classmate, my father stopped paying the child support, leaving us without food, and I crumbled under the stress of my PTSD from my childhood sexual abuse and my depression. I want nothing more than to succeed and to prosper in life, and I know that graduating high school with truly help me reach those goals. Our house is in foreclosure (my father did this), so we need to move, and my family is moving to a different town than I.  As we are very low on money, I need money to visit a high school (with my mother), and money to move (uhaul, gas, all that jazz). If you’ve ever supported my photography and work, it would mean the world if you could donate or share this to help me further my career and life.
http://www.gofundme.com/amberhighschool

amberortolano:

In the beginning of my senior year of high school (November 2013), I dropped out.  I had just experienced the passing of a fellow classmate, my father stopped paying the child support, leaving us without food, and I crumbled under the stress of my PTSD from my childhood sexual abuse and my depression. 

I want nothing more than to succeed and to prosper in life, and I know that graduating high school with truly help me reach those goals. 

Our house is in foreclosure (my father did this), so we need to move, and my family is moving to a different town than I.  As we are very low on money, I need money to visit a high school (with my mother), and money to move (uhaul, gas, all that jazz). 

If you’ve ever supported my photography and work, it would mean the world if you could donate or share this to help me further my career and life.

http://www.gofundme.com/amberhighschool

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khaaleesii:

pacific-trim:

america-wakiewakie:

Smiling Young White People Make App for Avoiding Black Neighborhoods | Gawker 
Is there any way to keep white people from using computers, before this whole planet is ruined? I ask because the two enterprising white entrepreneurs above just made yet another app for avoiding non-white areas of your town—and it’s really taking off!
Crain’s reports on SketchFactor, a racist app made for avoiding “sketchy” neighborhoods, which is the term young white people use to describe places where they don’t feel safe because they watched all five seasons of The Wire:

SketchFactor, the brainchild of co-founders Allison McGuire and Daniel Herrington, is a Manhattan-based navigation app that crowdsources user experiences along with publicly available data to rate the relative “sketchiness” of certain areas in major cities. The app will launch on the iTunes on Friday, capping off a big week for the startup, which was named as a finalist in the NYC BigApps competition.
According to Ms. McGuire, a Los Angeles native who lives in the West Village, the impetus behind SketchFactor was her experience as a young woman navigating the streets of Washington, D.C., where she worked at a nonprofit.
[…]
After meeting Mr. Herrington, an electrical engineer who was taken with the SketchFactor idea, the two quit their Washington D.C.-based jobs and decamped to New York City with funding from family and friends.
As one of the finalists in the BigApps competition, SketchFactor is poised to receive more attention when it launches.

With firsthand experience living in Washington, D.C., where white terror is as ubiquitous as tucked-in polo shirts, grinning caucasians Allison McGuire and Daniel Herrington should be unstoppable in the field of smartphone race-baiting—they’re already finalists in a $20,000 startup contest! But don’t worry: they’re not racist. It says so right on their blog, which asks people to share “sketchy” stories about strangers they spot:

Who we’re not: racists, bigots, sexists. Any discriminatory posts will be deleted.

Oh, well in that case. The app launches tomorrow, so it’s probably safest to just stay indoors until then.

Kill them

someone make this app but replace “sketchy areas/neighbourhoods” with “places where large groups of white men hang out”


Woooooow

khaaleesii:

pacific-trim:

america-wakiewakie:

Smiling Young White People Make App for Avoiding Black Neighborhoods | Gawker 

Is there any way to keep white people from using computers, before this whole planet is ruined? I ask because the two enterprising white entrepreneurs above just made yet another app for avoiding non-white areas of your town—and it’s really taking off!

Crain’s reports on SketchFactor, a racist app made for avoiding “sketchy” neighborhoods, which is the term young white people use to describe places where they don’t feel safe because they watched all five seasons of The Wire:

SketchFactor, the brainchild of co-founders Allison McGuire and Daniel Herrington, is a Manhattan-based navigation app that crowdsources user experiences along with publicly available data to rate the relative “sketchiness” of certain areas in major cities. The app will launch on the iTunes on Friday, capping off a big week for the startup, which was named as a finalist in the NYC BigApps competition.

According to Ms. McGuire, a Los Angeles native who lives in the West Village, the impetus behind SketchFactor was her experience as a young woman navigating the streets of Washington, D.C., where she worked at a nonprofit.

[…]

After meeting Mr. Herrington, an electrical engineer who was taken with the SketchFactor idea, the two quit their Washington D.C.-based jobs and decamped to New York City with funding from family and friends.

As one of the finalists in the BigApps competition, SketchFactor is poised to receive more attention when it launches.

With firsthand experience living in Washington, D.C., where white terror is as ubiquitous as tucked-in polo shirts, grinning caucasians Allison McGuire and Daniel Herrington should be unstoppable in the field of smartphone race-baiting—they’re already finalists in a $20,000 startup contest! But don’t worry: they’re not racist. It says so right on their blog, which asks people to share “sketchy” stories about strangers they spot:

Who we’re not: racists, bigots, sexists. Any discriminatory posts will be deleted.

Oh, well in that case. The app launches tomorrow, so it’s probably safest to just stay indoors until then.

Kill them

someone make this app but replace “sketchy areas/neighbourhoods” with “places where large groups of white men hang out”

Woooooow

bonusyears:

You know what would be super cool? Emotional stability.

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wow “bookends” by simon& garfunkel makes me wanna rip out my hair

screw you nostalgia, let me be happy in the present

karensofiacolon:

ericajoy-7070:

karensofiacolon:

New Swimsuit <3333

Obsessed with you

some1 pinch me. I can’t BREATHE rn



holy shit Karen…. Dream girl

karensofiacolon:

ericajoy-7070:

karensofiacolon:

New Swimsuit <3333

Obsessed with you

some1 pinch me. I can’t BREATHE rn

holy shit Karen…. Dream girl

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zerogoals:

i honestly cannot wait to be a mother… ok… it’s gross how excited i am to have a child even though it won’t happen for like another four or five years or so

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woooow could we NEVER say my reaction to a guy being an asswipe (to me) for the HUNDREDTH time is “just me being a girl, and sometimes we go crazy”

uh no no no NO. i’m sick of entitled guys who think its ok to constantly shit on me like NOOOOOOOOOOOO i will defend myself and it will be valid

THANK YOU