TMBTIST

  • 22nd
  • July
  • 2014
natgeofound:

A Native American sends smoke signals in Montana, June 1909.Photograph by Dr. Joseph K. Dixon, National Geographic Creative

natgeofound:

A Native American sends smoke signals in Montana, June 1909.Photograph by Dr. Joseph K. Dixon, National Geographic Creative

  • 20th
  • July
  • 2014

(via theacademy)

humansofnewyork:

"What’s your largest remaining goal in life?""I’m just a tourist in this world. I’m not trying to affect anything."

humansofnewyork:

"What’s your largest remaining goal in life?"
"I’m just a tourist in this world. I’m not trying to affect anything."

  • 18th
  • July
  • 2014
I wish it were different. I wish that every woman whose actions and worth are parsed and restricted, congratulated and condemned in this country might just once get to wheel around—on the committee that doesn’t believe their medically corroborated story of assault, or on the protesters who tell them that termination is a sin they will regret, or on the boss who tells them he doesn’t believe in their sexual choices, or on the mid-fifties man who congratulates them, or himself, on finding them appealing deep into their dotage—and go black in the eyes and say, “I don’t fucking care if you like it.”
Rebecca Traister from her article I Don’t Care if You Like It on newrepublic.com
Nikki McClure

Nikki McClure

  • 17th
  • July
  • 2014
After two and a half years in a relationship like this, we watched clerks. At the end of the movie, Silent Bob had his only line: appreciating the value of women who will bring you lasagna at work. And that stuck there on the inside of my head like superglue. People think like that? People think like that? That’s a thing to be appreciated? I do stuff like that all the time. Are there people out there who appreciate that? Could there be someone who appreciates that? Is it possible? Could it be?
/u/runner64 explaining how one line in Clerks helped her out of an abusive relationship
  • 16th
  • July
  • 2014
ragandbonenewyork:

rag & bone Spring 2015 Portrait Series - Jerry Seinfeld

ragandbonenewyork:

rag & bone Spring 2015 Portrait Series - Jerry Seinfeld

humansofnewyork:

"Are you lonely?""It’s been a lifetime of loneliness. I decided early on that I better get used to it. I go to movies by myself. If the movie theater is completely empty, I’m even happier. I learned early on that if I wanted to go to restaurants, I better learn to go by myself. One benefit to being big is that people don’t bother you. I’m shocked that you came up to me. Nobody’s ever done that. When I started to go to therapy, it took me several sessions before I even spoke a word. I’d just sit there and cry. And honestly, you caught me on a tough day. I was sitting here feeling really bad about myself. Because I went to the doctor today, and I was sure that I’d lost weight. But I’d gained some."

humansofnewyork:

"Are you lonely?"
"It’s been a lifetime of loneliness. I decided early on that I better get used to it. I go to movies by myself. If the movie theater is completely empty, I’m even happier. I learned early on that if I wanted to go to restaurants, I better learn to go by myself. One benefit to being big is that people don’t bother you. I’m shocked that you came up to me. Nobody’s ever done that. When I started to go to therapy, it took me several sessions before I even spoke a word. I’d just sit there and cry. And honestly, you caught me on a tough day. I was sitting here feeling really bad about myself. Because I went to the doctor today, and I was sure that I’d lost weight. But I’d gained some."

  • 15th
  • July
  • 2014

Francesca Woodman

Francesca Woodman

(Source: the-night-picture-collector, via the-night-picture-collector)