creaturesofcomfort:

Anita Ekberg attacking photographers outside her house in Rome, 1960.

(via theshinysquirrel)

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“Fischer said that after voting down paycheck equity for women across America, the female Republican senators realized that they themselves were “burdened by the tyranny of equal pay” in the U.S. Senate. “All we are asking for is the same freedom from equal pay that other American women enjoy,” Ayotte said.”
“I don’t use PowerPoint in the same manner as my peers. I am a PowerPoint iconoclast. A PowerPoint auteur. Breathing the spirit of Nouvelle Vague into inspired template tweaked slides. I don’t use PowerPoint to spew hollow facts and meaningless statistics. I aim to deliver revolutionary corporate poetry into the hearts and minds of marketing vice presidents across this country.”

McSweeney’s Internet Tendency: I am the Orson Welles of Powerpoint.

Relevant to my Gainful Employment in that people truly believe this IN REAL LIFE.

   

Listening to Chamillionaire in the cell phone lot. Obviously livin’ larger than you previously thought.

At the World’s Fare event in Forest Park with 12 other people listening to a band sing a song that sounds suspiciously like a Flight of the Conchords number.

           

Hey white people.

Horses painted in la Grotte Chauvet Pont D’Arc

I’ve never wanted to hold a copy of Maxim in my hands…until now.