Sep 21, 2014
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Sep 20, 2014
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calumet412:

The legendary Bettie Page illustrates the stages of dress allowed during a striptease in Chicago, 1951.

"Chicago club owners are hardly noted for discretion."

calumet412:

The legendary Bettie Page illustrates the stages of dress allowed during a striptease in Chicago, 1951.

"Chicago club owners are hardly noted for discretion."

Sep 19, 2014
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Martin Scorsese’s commencement address at Tisch in May 2014. This is tremendous.

Sep 16, 2014
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'Anxiety,' Kierkegaard said, 'is the dizziness of freedom.' This freedom of which men speak, for which they fight, seems to some people a perilous thing. It has to be earned at a bitter cost and then — it has to be lived with. For freedom makes a huge requirement of every human being. With freedom comes responsibility. For the person who is unwilling to grow up, the person who does not want to carry his own weight, this is a frightening prospect. We must all face and unpalatable fact that we have, too often, a tendency to skim over; we proceed on the assumption that all men want freedom. This is not as true as we would like it to be. Many men and women who are far happier when they have relinquish their freedom, when someone else guides them, makes their decisions for them, takes the responsibility for them and their actions. They don't want to make up their minds. They don't want to stand on their own feet.
Eleanor Roosevelt
Sep 9, 2014
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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
Sep 8, 2014
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Someone told me some secrets early on about living. You have to remind yourself that you can do the very best you can when you’re very, very relaxed. No matter what it is, no matter what your job is, the more relaxed you are, the better you are. That’s sort of why I got into acting. I realized that the more fun I had, the better I did it, and I thought, Well, that’s a job I can be proud of. I’d be proud to have that job, if I had to go to work and say, ‘No matter what my condition or what my mood is, no matter how I feel about what’s going on in my life, if I can relax myself and enjoy what I’m doing and have fun with it, then I can do my job really well.’ And it’s changed my life, learning that. And it’s made me better at what I do. I’m not the greatest or anything. But I really enjoy what I do.
Bill Murray
Sep 8, 2014
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scarlettshazam:

Panel from Wonder Woman #279, May 1981
Diana asking the real questions

scarlettshazam:

Panel from Wonder Woman #279, May 1981

Diana asking the real questions

(via superdames)

Sep 7, 2014
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chicagotribune:

Chris Pratt as charming as ever: He sang ‘Take Me Out to the Ballgame’ at the Cubs game on Sept. 3.

Treasure.

Sep 6, 2014
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Someday, I’ll get an Ashley Love piece.

Someday, I’ll get an Ashley Love piece.

(Source: ohashleylove)

Sep 6, 2014
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It’s not only my dreams. My belief is that all these dreams are yours as well and the only distinction between me and you is that I can articulate them. And that is what poetry or painting or literature or film making is all about… it’s as simple as that. And I make films because I have not learned anything else, and I know I can do it to a certain degree. And it is my duty, because this might be the inner chronicle of what we are, and we have to articulate ourselves, otherwise we would be cows in the field.
Werner Herzog
Sep 6, 2014
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Sep 6, 2014
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In the Middle Ages the word ‘spinster’ was a compliment. A spinster was someone, usually a woman, who could spin well: a woman who could spin well was financially self-sufficient — it was one of the very few ways that mediaeval women could achieve economic independence. The word was generously applied to all women at the point of marriage as a way of saying they came into the relationship freely, from personal choice, not financial desperation. Now it is an insult, because we fear ‘for’ such women — and now men as well — who are probably ‘sociopaths.’
How to be alone.
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