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evangotlib:

the-feature:

The bizarre magic of the world’s greatest kid’s — is it for kids? — television show.

More people need to watch this show.  It’s funny and thoughtful and just all around amazing.

This is one of the greatest shows ever made. Not a stale or false note in it.

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misterbillyb:

makeup by Billy B

Great shots.
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misterbillyb:

makeup by Billy B

Great shots.
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misterbillyb:

makeup by Billy B

Great shots.
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misterbillyb:

makeup by Billy B

Great shots.
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misterbillyb:

makeup by Billy B

Great shots.
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misterbillyb:

makeup by Billy B

Great shots.
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misterbillyb:

makeup by Billy B

Great shots.
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misterbillyb:

makeup by Billy B

Great shots.

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Stand and Deliver

toxicshock:

Absentee fathers with struggling actor face.

Adult “child star” at Sycamore Kitchen looking wounded with bad hair and unnecessary suspenders. He is eating a sandwich I know tastes like baby food.

Neither will look away from their phone. Lonely.

Eventually the struggling actor says rainbow room and the child star says rainbow party.

Oh God, sounds like a scene from the local L.A. Starbucks.Well-done.

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kateoplis:

Mongolian Girls continuing the 6000-year-old tradition

F-in’ rad
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kateoplis:

Mongolian Girls continuing the 6000-year-old tradition

F-in’ rad
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kateoplis:

Mongolian Girls continuing the 6000-year-old tradition

F-in’ rad
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kateoplis:

Mongolian Girls continuing the 6000-year-old tradition

F-in’ rad
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kateoplis:

Mongolian Girls continuing the 6000-year-old tradition

F-in’ rad

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On Heartbleed and the NSA f

marco:

The U.S. National Security Agency knew for at least two years about a flaw in the way that many websites send sensitive information, now dubbed the Heartbleed bug, and regularly used it to gather critical intelligence, two people familiar with the matter said.

It’s a shame that the…

Speechless.

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"You should take a look at this,” he told her. “I can move my toes on command.” “Her jaw about hit the floor at that point."

I'm Hiring a Corporate Accounts Director at Sherpaa! f

evangotlib:

Sherpaa is seeking an exceptional Corporate Accounts Director to play a key role in growing the company’s New York business. The ideal candidate is an enthusiastic and outgoing self-starter who is proactive in driving revenue and building a client base while thriving in an entrepreneurial, fast…

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midcenturymodernfreak:

Take Five" | Sachal Studios | Recorded at Sachal Studios, Lahore, Pakistan 

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imageoscillite:

LL Cool J’s ‘Going Back To Cali’ (1988) is the best thing he ever did. Rick Rubin produced the track and appears in the video. Director Ric Menello, perhaps best known for his ‘(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right To Party’ video, took the opportunity to pay tribute to his heroes Michelangelo Antonioni, Claude Chabrol, and Federico Fellini.


  "The theme was alienation and sterility. It was about hot people looking at each other and not seeing each other." [+]


Menello died last year at age 60. His final film, The Immigrant, which he co-wrote, starred Jeremy Renner and Joaquin Phoneix and scored 91% on Rotten Tomatoes.

WATCH: ‘Going Back To Cali’
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imageoscillite:

LL Cool J’s ‘Going Back To Cali’ (1988) is the best thing he ever did. Rick Rubin produced the track and appears in the video. Director Ric Menello, perhaps best known for his ‘(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right To Party’ video, took the opportunity to pay tribute to his heroes Michelangelo Antonioni, Claude Chabrol, and Federico Fellini.


  "The theme was alienation and sterility. It was about hot people looking at each other and not seeing each other." [+]


Menello died last year at age 60. His final film, The Immigrant, which he co-wrote, starred Jeremy Renner and Joaquin Phoneix and scored 91% on Rotten Tomatoes.

WATCH: ‘Going Back To Cali’
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imageoscillite:

LL Cool J’s ‘Going Back To Cali’ (1988) is the best thing he ever did. Rick Rubin produced the track and appears in the video. Director Ric Menello, perhaps best known for his ‘(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right To Party’ video, took the opportunity to pay tribute to his heroes Michelangelo Antonioni, Claude Chabrol, and Federico Fellini.


  "The theme was alienation and sterility. It was about hot people looking at each other and not seeing each other." [+]


Menello died last year at age 60. His final film, The Immigrant, which he co-wrote, starred Jeremy Renner and Joaquin Phoneix and scored 91% on Rotten Tomatoes.

WATCH: ‘Going Back To Cali’
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imageoscillite:

LL Cool J’s ‘Going Back To Cali’ (1988) is the best thing he ever did. Rick Rubin produced the track and appears in the video. Director Ric Menello, perhaps best known for his ‘(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right To Party’ video, took the opportunity to pay tribute to his heroes Michelangelo Antonioni, Claude Chabrol, and Federico Fellini.


  "The theme was alienation and sterility. It was about hot people looking at each other and not seeing each other." [+]


Menello died last year at age 60. His final film, The Immigrant, which he co-wrote, starred Jeremy Renner and Joaquin Phoneix and scored 91% on Rotten Tomatoes.

WATCH: ‘Going Back To Cali’
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imageoscillite:

LL Cool J’s ‘Going Back To Cali’ (1988) is the best thing he ever did. Rick Rubin produced the track and appears in the video. Director Ric Menello, perhaps best known for his ‘(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right To Party’ video, took the opportunity to pay tribute to his heroes Michelangelo Antonioni, Claude Chabrol, and Federico Fellini.


  "The theme was alienation and sterility. It was about hot people looking at each other and not seeing each other." [+]


Menello died last year at age 60. His final film, The Immigrant, which he co-wrote, starred Jeremy Renner and Joaquin Phoneix and scored 91% on Rotten Tomatoes.

WATCH: ‘Going Back To Cali’
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imageoscillite:

LL Cool J’s ‘Going Back To Cali’ (1988) is the best thing he ever did. Rick Rubin produced the track and appears in the video. Director Ric Menello, perhaps best known for his ‘(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right To Party’ video, took the opportunity to pay tribute to his heroes Michelangelo Antonioni, Claude Chabrol, and Federico Fellini.


  "The theme was alienation and sterility. It was about hot people looking at each other and not seeing each other." [+]


Menello died last year at age 60. His final film, The Immigrant, which he co-wrote, starred Jeremy Renner and Joaquin Phoneix and scored 91% on Rotten Tomatoes.

WATCH: ‘Going Back To Cali’
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imageoscillite:

LL Cool J’s ‘Going Back To Cali’ (1988) is the best thing he ever did. Rick Rubin produced the track and appears in the video. Director Ric Menello, perhaps best known for his ‘(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right To Party’ video, took the opportunity to pay tribute to his heroes Michelangelo Antonioni, Claude Chabrol, and Federico Fellini.

"The theme was alienation and sterility. It was about hot people looking at each other and not seeing each other." [+]

Menello died last year at age 60. His final film, The Immigrant, which he co-wrote, starred Jeremy Renner and Joaquin Phoneix and scored 91% on Rotten Tomatoes.

WATCH: ‘Going Back To Cali’

Source: imageoscillite

rhamphotheca:

Should We Close Part Of The Ocean To Keep Fish On The Plate?
by Alastair Bland
For lovers of fatty tuna belly, canned albacore and swordfish kebabs, here’s a question: Would you be willing to give them up for several years so that you could eat them perhaps for the rest of your life?
If a new proposal to ban fishing on the open ocean were to fly, that’s essentially what we might be faced with. It’s an idea that might help restore the populations of several rapidly disappearing fish – like tuna, swordfish and marlin — that we, and future generations, might like to continue to have as a food source.
The novel conservation plan, introduced recently in a in the journal PLoS Biology, would close international waters – where there’s currently pretty much a fishing free-for-all — to all fishing and restrict commercial fishermen to coastal areas managed by individual nations. The authors, and , suggest turning the open ocean into a worldwide reserve for the migratory species that travel huge distances…
(read more: NPR)
images: Alex Hofford/EPA /LANDOV and PLoS Biology


Do something or lose it all forever in ~30 years. No joke.
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rhamphotheca:

Should We Close Part Of The Ocean To Keep Fish On The Plate?
by Alastair Bland
For lovers of fatty tuna belly, canned albacore and swordfish kebabs, here’s a question: Would you be willing to give them up for several years so that you could eat them perhaps for the rest of your life?
If a new proposal to ban fishing on the open ocean were to fly, that’s essentially what we might be faced with. It’s an idea that might help restore the populations of several rapidly disappearing fish – like tuna, swordfish and marlin — that we, and future generations, might like to continue to have as a food source.
The novel conservation plan, introduced recently in a in the journal PLoS Biology, would close international waters – where there’s currently pretty much a fishing free-for-all — to all fishing and restrict commercial fishermen to coastal areas managed by individual nations. The authors, and , suggest turning the open ocean into a worldwide reserve for the migratory species that travel huge distances…
(read more: NPR)
images: Alex Hofford/EPA /LANDOV and PLoS Biology


Do something or lose it all forever in ~30 years. No joke.
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rhamphotheca:

Should We Close Part Of The Ocean To Keep Fish On The Plate?

by Alastair Bland

For lovers of fatty tuna belly, canned albacore and swordfish kebabs, here’s a question: Would you be willing to give them up for several years so that you could eat them perhaps for the rest of your life?

If a new proposal to ban fishing on the open ocean were to fly, that’s essentially what we might be faced with. It’s an idea that might help restore the populations of several rapidly disappearing fish – like tuna, swordfish and marlin — that we, and future generations, might like to continue to have as a food source.

The novel conservation plan, introduced recently in a in the journal PLoS Biology, would close international waters – where there’s currently pretty much a fishing free-for-all — to all fishing and restrict commercial fishermen to coastal areas managed by individual nations. The authors, and , suggest turning the open ocean into a worldwide reserve for the migratory species that travel huge distances…

(read more: NPR)

images: Alex Hofford/EPA /LANDOV and PLoS Biology

Do something or lose it all forever in ~30 years. No joke.

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Source: rhamphotheca

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