de-tocho-morocho:

huffingtonpost:

My Beautiful Woman based on a true story. 

Think twice before you judge a parent. 

MY FEELS!!!!!!! 😭😭😭

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forever90s:

Who remember Stoop Kid from Hey Arnold?

I went to NY for the first time in my life this weekend….
I just kept chanting “stoop kid’s afraid to leave his stoop” over and over in my head

forever90s:

Who remember Stoop Kid from Hey Arnold?

I went to NY for the first time in my life this weekend….

I just kept chanting “stoop kid’s afraid to leave his stoop” over and over in my head

(Source: 90s90s90s)

vicemag:

James Franco Remembers Philip Seymour Hoffman

The last time I ran into Philip was at Bar Centrale, a theater restaurant, when he came in with a group that included Chris Rock, Zach Braff, and a bunch of great stage actors. At the time, I had read that Philip had gone to rehab for heroin. I was shocked, because you don’t think that a person who absolutely everyone acknowledges as great, would have such problems. But that was foolish, because addiction cares nothing for personality. It is an illness, not a matter of will, class, intelligence, or lifestyle. I have no idea what happened to Phil before he was found dead, but a friend of mine told me they saw him the day before he passed and he looked happy. This says to me that Philip was not someone who had given up. He didn’t throw it all away. He was just someone—a very special someone—who was sick. His death is shocking to us because his greatness made him seem invincible. At the very least, all the incredible art he gave us should warrant him another chance. 

Read the whole piece

I was shocked, because you don’t think that a person who absolutely everyone acknowledges as great, would have such problems. But that was foolish, because addiction cares nothing for personality.
-because when my dad passed away I thought no one could possibly know how I felt. Maybe no one did. But now that I’m older, I know that I wasn’t the only one left behind.

vicemag:

James Franco Remembers Philip Seymour Hoffman

The last time I ran into Philip was at Bar Centrale, a theater restaurant, when he came in with a group that included Chris Rock, Zach Braff, and a bunch of great stage actors. At the time, I had read that Philip had gone to rehab for heroin. I was shocked, because you don’t think that a person who absolutely everyone acknowledges as great, would have such problems. But that was foolish, because addiction cares nothing for personality. It is an illness, not a matter of will, class, intelligence, or lifestyle. I have no idea what happened to Phil before he was found dead, but a friend of mine told me they saw him the day before he passed and he looked happy. This says to me that Philip was not someone who had given up. He didn’t throw it all away. He was just someone—a very special someone—who was sick. His death is shocking to us because his greatness made him seem invincible. At the very least, all the incredible art he gave us should warrant him another chance. 

Read the whole piece

I was shocked, because you don’t think that a person who absolutely everyone acknowledges as great, would have such problems. But that was foolish, because addiction cares nothing for personality.

-because when my dad passed away I thought no one could possibly know how I felt. Maybe no one did. But now that I’m older, I know that I wasn’t the only one left behind.

"I have very dark sides in me but lately, I’ve been trying to be happier. I realised life is short. I’ve always been attracted to the dark side of life, especially in an artistic way. I used to hate everything. It’s important to be friendly and warm, even if it’s cool to be agressive sometimes."

Grimes  (via fassadenmensch)

this is perfect.

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We need the arts.

Because no one wants to be permanently stuck in their realities.

We all need a break.

We need an escape.

pobredreamer:

Damn

pobredreamer:

Damn

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boygeorgemichaelbluth:

paradox-pentagram:

creolespice:

curvellas:

me walking down the aisle at my wedding

with my soon to be husband meeting me halfway like…


Me interrupting your wedding because I don’t agree with your marriage like


it got better

boygeorgemichaelbluth:

paradox-pentagram:

creolespice:

curvellas:

me walking down the aisle at my wedding

with my soon to be husband meeting me halfway like…

Me interrupting your wedding because I don’t agree with your marriage like

image

it got better

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wespeakfortheearth:

horrorproportions:

standwithpalestine:

A Palestinian girl’s message to Israel after Zionist forces shelled her home. Occupation 101: Voice of the Silenced Majority (2006)

Western media works really hard so we don’t see this, we don’t see this articulate little girl 

because it doesn’t sit right with the “we’re bombing savages” notion.

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