Cary Joji Fukunaga accepts the award for outstanding directing for a drama series for his work on “True Detective” - “Who Goes There” at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014

Cary Joji Fukunaga accepts the award for outstanding directing for a drama series for his work on “True Detective” - “Who Goes There” at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014

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whitedogblog:

San Francisco mug shots from the 1950s

whitedogblog:

San Francisco mug shots from the 1950s

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ctgraphy:

And don’t underestimate the importance of BODY LANGUAGE
Cosplayer: srawr
The Little Mermaid
ACEN 2014

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madamehardy:

babesinarmor:

"1880’s Austrian women’s fencing team poses in the fencing style of sword and dagger."
From the website of Christopher L. Oberg:

"In the early 1900’s Fencing was chosen as an olympic sport featuring the three weapons we know today. Historical fencing styles featuring back sword, rapier and dagger ect. are no longer fashionable when compared to the modern olympic fencing games of foil, epee and saber.”


…damn.

madamehardy:

babesinarmor:

"1880’s Austrian women’s fencing team poses in the fencing style of sword and dagger."

From the website of Christopher L. Oberg:

"In the early 1900’s Fencing was chosen as an olympic sport featuring the three weapons we know today. Historical fencing styles featuring back sword, rapier and dagger ect. are no longer fashionable when compared to the modern olympic fencing games of foil, epee and saber.

…damn.

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fybombshells:

Gene Tierney

fybombshells:

Gene Tierney

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downlo:

From a 1960 letter Flannery O’Connor wrote to her friend Maryat Lee. The letter is collected in The Habit of Being (via)

downlo:

From a 1960 letter Flannery O’Connor wrote to her friend Maryat Lee. The letter is collected in The Habit of Being (via)

laurennmcc:

Family photo.

laurennmcc:

Family photo.

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wandrlust:

New Orleans, Louisiana, 1980 — William Eggleston

wandrlust:

New Orleans, Louisiana, 1980 — William Eggleston

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kaltspiegel:

Hannibal AU, in which Hannibal doesn’t listen to classical music.

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There is a higher percentage of LGBTQ families raising children in the South than in any other part of the country, yet they are the least protected. You can be fired for being LGBTQ in every southern state, and same-sex couples still face barriers to adoption across the region. There are legal roadblocks at many turns, preventing families from taking care of one another and denying children in need the chance to find a forever loving home. Mississippi just passed a so-called religious freedom bill, which opens the door for even more discrimination against LGBTQ people in that state. This is the climate our families still face in much of the South.
Gabriel Blau, "Op-Ed: Who Is Sticking Up For Southern LGBT Families?" (via holygoddamnshitballs)

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elloellenoh:

awesome-everyday:

KERRY I <3 YOU GIRL

"If I succeed I create the opportunity for more people to succeed…" — This

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