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It just seems like we're taking all the last vowels out of words now.
7am flight necessities.  (at JFK International Airport- T4)

7am flight necessities. (at JFK International Airport- T4)

"yeah thats terrible 

i can’t believe he said that

wow and after you basically saved the presentation too 

hang on i just gotta rest my neck for a minute”

(via Women Listening To Men In Art History) Brillz.

"yeah thats terrible

i can’t believe he said that

wow and after you basically saved the presentation too

hang on i just gotta rest my neck for a minute”

(via Women Listening To Men In Art History) Brillz.

This is the SWEETEST farewell, and so clearly made with love. Bravo, David Letterman.

I never met Whitney, but I consider her to be my very best friend. — Well, that cannot be, because she is my very best friend, friend. (via Why Some People Grieve Dead Celebrities)
Champions. #eddiegorgeous, get it together on Insta already.

Champions. #eddiegorgeous, get it together on Insta already.

erikcarter:

A thing that was on MTV. Written by Mike Devine.

erikcarter:

A thing that was on MTV. Written by Mike Devine.

(Source: richardturley, via richardturley)

Refills.  (at Que Quieres East)

Refills. (at Que Quieres East)

Almost caught up.

Almost caught up.

#Fridays.  (at workhole)

#Fridays. (at workhole)

Regram from @gimmecoffee… Necessary reminder.

Regram from @gimmecoffee… Necessary reminder.

You know, I’m a writer, I like to retain subtlety and nuance. — The idea that Harvey Weinstein + Lois Lowry even worked together more than a day….just boggles the mind. (via Lois Lowry on the Movie Version of The Giver)
None of us are paid enough to deal with this on a daily basis. The Psychological Consequences Of Jezebel’s Rape GIF Problem (via fastcompany)

(via fastcompany)

newsweek:

Huffington Post, Washington Post Reporters Arrested in Ferguson
Two reporters covering ongoing protests in Ferguson, Missouri, reported on Twitter that they were arrested by police Wednesday evening. The Huffington Post’s Ryan Reilly and Wesley Lowery of The Washington Post said they had been working in a McDonald’s restaurant in Ferguson when police entered and told them to leave. According to Lowery, he and Reilly were arrested for not leaving quickly enough, and for taping police. Both reporters were released without charges, Lowery said.
Unrest has pervaded Ferguson since a police officer killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown on Saturday.

newsweek:

Huffington Post, Washington Post Reporters Arrested in Ferguson

Two reporters covering ongoing protests in Ferguson, Missouri, reported on Twitter that they were arrested by police Wednesday evening. The Huffington Post’s Ryan Reilly and Wesley Lowery of The Washington Post said they had been working in a McDonald’s restaurant in Ferguson when police entered and told them to leave. According to Lowery, he and Reilly were arrested for not leaving quickly enough, and for taping police. Both reporters were released without charges, Lowery said.

Unrest has pervaded Ferguson since a police officer killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown on Saturday.