swolizard:

My favorite Snoop Dogg looks compilation

Snoop gives exactly zero shits.

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Anonymous said: Is it weird to go into sex working/ stripping just for the income?

overratedunderwhelmed:

stripperina:

whatthefrackamidoing:

stripperina:

Is it weird to go into retail just for the income?

Is it weird to go into bartending just for the income?

Is it weird to go into nursing just for the income?

Is it weird to go into floral arrangement just for the income?

Is it weird to go into teaching just for the income?

It’s weirder to go into teaching for the income than stripping for the income.

Hahahahaha good point.

Yup, that last one…

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 Reblogging again because there are some new ones and put them together in one post.

This post is golden. A1 shit right here.

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I think I figured out how to tumble

vulcanplomeeksoup:

KIRK: My god, Bones. What have I done?
McCOY: What you had to do. What you always do. Turn death into a fighting chance to live.

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Stardate: 8210.3 (Original Airdate: Jul 27, 1984)

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theidofdav:

Upgrade to La Galerita, and a few miniatures close ups.

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"Because every time you see them happy you remember how sad they’re going to be. And it breaks your heart. Because what’s the point in them being happy now if they’re going to be sad later? The answer is, of course, because they are going to be sad later."

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alwaysstarwars:

Tatooine and Mos Eisley - Art by Ralph McQuarrie

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poetrysince1912:

Drury Brennan working on ulteriori ombre at the Poetry Foundation. 

The work is a calligraphic reaction to the libretto “Freedom of Shadow,” in honor of Douglas Kearney, in tribute to Terry Adkins—in conversation with both. The work is in part a reverberation of Adkin’s and Kearney’s first one-on-one conversation about their collaboration, in particular the first note Douglas took, which served as mooring: “behavioral feeling of performed ethnicity.”

See it this evening at The Open Door Reading featuring DePaul University’s Chris Green with his student Clare Stuber and Loyola University’s Aaron Baker with student Lucy Schoyer

Or tomorrow at Poetry off the Shelf: Ana Castillo, Cristina Correa, & Paul Martínez Pompa

Or Thursday at Graywolf Press 40th Anniversary with Claudia Rankine, Matthea Harvey, and Katie Ford

And you can meet Brennan, Kearney, and Jeanty at the reception for Freedom of Shadow: A Tribute to Terry Adkins.

Photos by Chelsea Avery

shez-a-bitch:

http://shez-a-bitch.tumblr.com

atraversso:

Spreepark by Scrappy NW

Please don’t delete the link to the photographers/artists, thanks!

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