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How to Impress in Meetings

caseydonahue:

I think about this scene all the time because it makes me feel good.

Thank you for all the great films you left us Harold Ramis, you will be missed.

sashayed:

misskinging:

"The Talented Mr. Ripley", 1999

never forget that jude law in this movie is a gift to this earth and a delight to the senses

sashayed:

misskinging:

"The Talented Mr. Ripley", 1999

never forget that jude law in this movie is a gift to this earth and a delight to the senses

munchies:

How to Juice
Legendary Cro-Mags frontman John Joseph schools us on how to make a proper juice and smoothie.

munchies:

How to Juice

Legendary Cro-Mags frontman John Joseph schools us on how to make a proper juice and smoothie.

somethingfortheladies:

Slow Club - “Complete Surrender”

This sounds nothing like Slow Club’s debut album, which I loved, and it’s absolutely, mind-blowingly fantastic.

fvck-rvdd:

fade-in-to-you:

I WANT ONE NOW

🙌🙌🙌🙌 NEED ONE, GOD PLZ SEND.

timecowboy:

Hey i made a new mix if you feel like listening to some songs i’ve been listening to lately. 
~listen here~

timecowboy:

Hey i made a new mix if you feel like listening to some songs i’ve been listening to lately. 

~listen here~

17% of cardiac surgeons are women, 17% of tenured professors are women. It just goes on and on. And isn’t that strange that that’s also the percentage of women in crowd scenes in movies? What if we’re actually training people to see that ratio as normal so that when you’re an adult, you don’t notice?

…We just heard a fascinating and disturbing study where they looked at the ratio of men and women in groups. And they found that if there’s 17% women, the men in the group think it’s 50-50. And if there’s 33% women, the men perceive that as there being more women in the room than men.

Source: NPR: Hollywood Needs More Women

Seriously, go listen to this.

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pile:

Julia made this and I think it’s the sweetest thing there is.

davidseger:

How I Met Your Mother - Season 8, Episode 20 - “The Time-Travelers”
You goofs can gripe on the HIMYM finale all you want - I think it was great, but the truly awesome HIMYM is still Season 8, Ep 20.

davidseger:

How I Met Your Mother - Season 8, Episode 20 - “The Time-Travelers”

You goofs can gripe on the HIMYM finale all you want - I think it was great, but the truly awesome HIMYM is still Season 8, Ep 20.

davidseger:

Dude, Saga is so so good. I know I’m late to the party as usual, but so glad to have gotten there. The art and story and characters are all great.

Love is definitely important, but I don’t know if it’s “Saga’s” “central truth.” Most love stories end with a couple being formed or getting engaged or announcing a pregnancy, but “Saga” takes place after all that fun stuff has already happened, during a challenging time that’s often filled with conflict and chaos and refinanced mortgages. But yes, also love. - Brian K. Vaughn

And then the great flaw of enjoying something this much is now I gotta sit around waiting for the next piece of the story to come out. 

davidseger:

Dude, Saga is so so good. I know I’m late to the party as usual, but so glad to have gotten there. The art and story and characters are all great.

Love is definitely important, but I don’t know if it’s “Saga’s” “central truth.” Most love stories end with a couple being formed or getting engaged or announcing a pregnancy, but “Saga” takes place after all that fun stuff has already happened, during a challenging time that’s often filled with conflict and chaos and refinanced mortgages. But yes, also love. - Brian K. Vaughn

And then the great flaw of enjoying something this much is now I gotta sit around waiting for the next piece of the story to come out.