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Fed up. 

This is the first generation of American children expected to live shorter lives than their parents.

The Smiths – Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want (194,473 plays)

(Source: untrustyou, via barelysarcasm)

"This personal relationship to all things, which is condemned as subjective, limiting, I found to be the core of individuality, personality, and originality. The idea that subjectivity is an impasse is as false as the idea that objectivity leads to a larger form of life."

Anaïs Nin (via jenmyers)

"Intimacy is not who you let touch you. Intimacy is who you text at 3am about your dreams and fears. Intimacy is giving someone your attention, when ten other people are asking for it. Intimacy is the person always in the back of your mind, no matter how distracted you are."

(via queerkaitlin)

(via ohhelloholly)

One of the greatest tools in life.

theangrytherapist:

The ability to adjust to what you can not control.

Ray Rice is released by Ravens and suspended indefinitely by NFL

This should have happened a long time ago. What did the NFL and the Ravens think getting knocked out looked like!? This made almost impossibly even more disappointing since Rice led a very successful anti-bullying campaign for years up to this event; I can’t imagine the hurt the kids whose lives he touched are feeling. Just sickness all around.

(via latimes)

The date on the side of an egg carton should be called the “shell by date.”

levanna:

Imma say this one time:

I do not owe you an explanation for choices or behavior that has absolutely zero impact on your life.

I may CHOOSE to share with you, but. I. Don’t. Owe. You. Shit.

(via dresslove)

Him and Her.

See, everything’s in how you frame it. (at OK Store)

See, everything’s in how you frame it. (at OK Store)

anxiaostudio:

A lot of comments on this article about what a mess these are, or how ugly, but I think there’s really a degree of beauty to it. Like crude imitations of spider webs. Or visual manifestations of connections between people - instead of just an open space of an urban area, showing how people are connecting. (via Photos from the Days When Thousands of Cables Crowded the Skies)

anxiaostudio:

A lot of comments on this article about what a mess these are, or how ugly, but I think there’s really a degree of beauty to it. Like crude imitations of spider webs. Or visual manifestations of connections between people - instead of just an open space of an urban area, showing how people are connecting. (via Photos from the Days When Thousands of Cables Crowded the Skies)

(via laboratoryequipment)

Oh yeah! Did I mention i’m going to see a midnight showing of “Purple Rain” on the big screen tonight?

ohhelloholly:

nowhereinmyrearmirror:

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Bye y’all!!

tell us how it was :)

Damn we wanted to go to this tonight, but it was already sold out. Psyched for Rosemary’s Baby in two weeks!! 

First off, let me say for the record that I think “Eye Wide Shut” is probably Kubrick’s most underrated movie. That said, I’m finding it difficult taking this scene seriously. It’s the one in which Alice Harford (Kidman) feels such tremendous guilt for “cheating on” and shaming her husband in a dream. Take that back. I do take it seriously, but I guess having the benefit of having aged since I first saw the film, I see it differently than I once did. Where before I was affected by the pure emotionality of the characters in the scene and the depths of Alice’s guilt, it’s not really that at all for me now. Now I’m more taken with Alice’s awareness of how her infatuation with the dream may have negatively impacted their marriage, how it may have averted her attention from the work it takes to remain in love. I now get the sense that this is a person who recognizes the sanctity in rare and precious things. 
It’s this awareness both by Kubrick and his characters that makes this film so wonderfully nuanced. 

First off, let me say for the record that I think “Eye Wide Shut” is probably Kubrick’s most underrated movie. That said, I’m finding it difficult taking this scene seriously. It’s the one in which Alice Harford (Kidman) feels such tremendous guilt for “cheating on” and shaming her husband in a dream. Take that back. I do take it seriously, but I guess having the benefit of having aged since I first saw the film, I see it differently than I once did. Where before I was affected by the pure emotionality of the characters in the scene and the depths of Alice’s guilt, it’s not really that at all for me now. Now I’m more taken with Alice’s awareness of how her infatuation with the dream may have negatively impacted their marriage, how it may have averted her attention from the work it takes to remain in love. I now get the sense that this is a person who recognizes the sanctity in rare and precious things. 

It’s this awareness both by Kubrick and his characters that makes this film so wonderfully nuanced. 

Thanks barelysarcasm, haven’t felt this good in a long time. Moderate on the sweets, and actually pretty heavy on the fats. Been answering a lot of PMs/emails lately on diet, so I’ll just leave this here… in the morning, I eat a fat heavy/protein heavy breakfast, i.e. uncured bacon (sugar free usually) and eggs. Then the gym and immediately after working out, I mean, still-can’t-breath immediately, I drink a protein shake of some sort. Within 45 mins, I’ll eat again, this time fats and proteins, but more protein than fat, with a small percentage of carbohydrates. After this, I’ll have protein throughout the day until dinner, where now I’ll go heavy protein, lower fat, and high carbs, which will help fuel the workout the next morning. I’d say I’m on about 3000-3500 calories a day, and increasing. 
I do eat sugar occasionally, but limited, mostly because I feel like shit after. That said, the donut isn’t really going in the trash. It’s going in my belly. BTW, let’s hang soon and catch up!!

Thanks barelysarcasm, haven’t felt this good in a long time. Moderate on the sweets, and actually pretty heavy on the fats. Been answering a lot of PMs/emails lately on diet, so I’ll just leave this here… in the morning, I eat a fat heavy/protein heavy breakfast, i.e. uncured bacon (sugar free usually) and eggs. Then the gym and immediately after working out, I mean, still-can’t-breath immediately, I drink a protein shake of some sort. Within 45 mins, I’ll eat again, this time fats and proteins, but more protein than fat, with a small percentage of carbohydrates. After this, I’ll have protein throughout the day until dinner, where now I’ll go heavy protein, lower fat, and high carbs, which will help fuel the workout the next morning. I’d say I’m on about 3000-3500 calories a day, and increasing. 

I do eat sugar occasionally, but limited, mostly because I feel like shit after. That said, the donut isn’t really going in the trash. It’s going in my belly. BTW, let’s hang soon and catch up!!