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JAH GOINK'S TRUNK
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whataboutbobbed:

Virginia Bruce - this young girl from Fargo, North Dakota, is Paramount’s newest feminine contract player.  She graduated from high school in her home town and come to Hollywood.  She appeared in Woman Trap, The Love Parade, and now has a featured part in Evelyn Brent’s and Clive Brook’s co-starring vehicle, Slightly Scarlet (1930).  Miss Bruce is eighteen years old and has long blonde hair, blue eyes and milk white complexion
photo by Otto Dyar
whataboutbobbed:

Virginia Bruce - this young girl from Fargo, North Dakota, is Paramount’s newest feminine contract player.  She graduated from high school in her home town and come to Hollywood.  She appeared in Woman Trap, The Love Parade, and now has a featured part in Evelyn Brent’s and Clive Brook’s co-starring vehicle, Slightly Scarlet (1930).  Miss Bruce is eighteen years old and has long blonde hair, blue eyes and milk white complexion
photo by Otto Dyar
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nevver:

Happy Mondays
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Happy Mondays
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Happy Mondays
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Happy Mondays
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nevver:

Drinking is bad, feelings are worse.
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supermodelshrine:

Beverly for Blumarine, s/s 1992
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leuc:

Willam Adolphe Bouguereau, The Nympheaum, 1878
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nevver:

Shit
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kateoplis:

“What I love is the heartland of the country, the so-called “flyover” zone, like Wisconsin, where we filmed Stroszek and where Orson Welles was from. Marlon Brando came from Nebraska, Bob Dylan from Minnesota, Hemingway from Illinois, these middle-of-nowhere places, to say nothing of the South, the home of Faulkner and Flannery O’Connor. I like this kind of terrain, where you can still encounter great self-reliance and camaraderie, the warm, open hearts, the down-to-earth people. So much of the rest of the country has abandoned these basic virtues. I like America for its spirit of advancement and exploration; there is something exceptionally bold about the place. The idea of everyone having an equal chance to succeed, no matter who they are, is impressive. If a barefoot Indian from the Andes had invented the wheel, the patent office in Washington would have assisted him in securing his rights.”
“When I made The Wild Blue Yonder I discovered an extraordinary cache of footage shot by NASA astronauts in outer space, and was told that because it was filmed by federal employees, the material was “property of the people.” I asked, “Can I, a Bavarian, be considered one of the people?” Such images, it turns out, according to American law belong to everyone on the planet. This is a unique and astounding attitude to the world. Naturally there are things in the United States I’m ambivalent about, just as there are when it comes to Germany. I could never be a flag-waving patriot. But there are many reasons why I have been in America for so many years. The country has always had a capacity to rejuvenate itself, pull itself out of defeat and look to the future. There has always been space there to create real change. I could never live in a country I didn’t love.”
Werner Herzog: A Guide for the Perplexed
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nevver:

Peanuts
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nevver:

Sink or swim, Molly Stone
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Sink or swim, Molly Stone
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Sink or swim, Molly Stone
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Sink or swim, Molly Stone
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kateoplis:

17-year-old climbs NYC’s tallest residential building, 432 Park Avenue. 
kateoplis:

17-year-old climbs NYC’s tallest residential building, 432 Park Avenue. 
kateoplis:

17-year-old climbs NYC’s tallest residential building, 432 Park Avenue. 
kateoplis:

17-year-old climbs NYC’s tallest residential building, 432 Park Avenue.