ASSAULTED PRETZEL

I CANNOT CLASSIFY THIS BLOG... THIS BLOG DEFINITIVELY HAS NO CLASS.

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Elizabeth Taylor in BUtterfield 8 (1960)

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vicious-desperation:

bepeu:

no one has a crush on me. i am too strong to be crushed

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Audrey Totter, 1940’s

Audrey Totter, 1940’s

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questionableadvice:

~ The Young Man’s Guide, by William Alcott, 1846

questionableadvice:

~ The Young Man’s Guide, by William Alcott, 1846

thehauntedrocket:

Bob’s Burgers Of The Galaxy

thehauntedrocket:

Bob’s Burgers Of The Galaxy

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gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

Liberty, December 9, 1939; cover art by Norman Saunders.
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gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

Liberty, December 9, 1939; cover art by Norman Saunders.

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deforest:


[Vivien Leigh’s Cleopatra] is smoldering and sensual, wily and treacherous, but she is also intelligent, audacious and courageous. And when destiny turns against her she does not go down whimpering but with pride and glory, looking grand in her regal vestments, looking cool, grave and triumphant.

The New York Times, 1951

deforest:

[Vivien Leigh’s Cleopatra] is smoldering and sensual, wily and treacherous, but she is also intelligent, audacious and courageous. And when destiny turns against her she does not go down whimpering but with pride and glory, looking grand in her regal vestments, looking cool, grave and triumphant.

The New York Times, 1951

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What if Michael Bay Directed “UP”?

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mucholderthen:

FROM MEGABYTE TO YOTTABYTE
Each new section represents a 10x increase, except for the last (zettabytes to yottabytes), which is 1000x.

This infographic looks into analog, digital and organic storage capacities like sperm or all words ever spoken.

ScienceDump


Elizabeth decides to do her makeup and takes over the mirror; so Bill Tuttle can’t see how Clift looks. They all just stop their work until she finishes.

Elizabeth decides to do her makeup and takes over the mirror; so Bill Tuttle can’t see how Clift looks. They all just stop their work until she finishes.

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maudelynn:

Loretta Young in Taxi!, by Elmer Fryer, c.1932 
(so so perfect) 
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maudelynn:

Loretta Young in Taxi!, by Elmer Fryer, c.1932 

(so so perfect) 

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