beyeloving:

A Fashion Exhibit Centered on Beyonce will debut at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. 2014






glowcloudatlas:

talkzoology:

moreanimalia:

urbanmongoose:

I HATE THIS SHIFT IN NATURAL HISTORY PROGRAMMING TO MAKE IT ALL ABOUT ENTERTAINMENT SO MUCH. Just watching these so-called documentaries is painful.

Sure, have a few programs geared towards that market but why can’t we have the more serious, fact-based natural history programs as well? Not every thing needs to be dumbed down and “sugar-coated”. 

No wonder we live in this Disney-fied society where people don’t have the first clue about the realities of nature.

Thisssssssssss

Errghh.

Seriously. You can see this shift if you look at older natural history documentaries such as Trials of Life (1990) and then watch BBC Africa (2013). Modern BBC documentaries seem to favour family entertainment. The narrative is geared towards including humour to make light of situations rather than educate on the facts. No longer can/do they show brutal fights or predator-prey encounters on television. Even the background music has changed - it is upbeat and almost pop-y instead of orchestral.

I also hate the new trend of transmitting wildlife documentaries “live”. It never works and they often have to use archive footage to supplement the lack of good live footage. 

Way to widen the gap between the general public and the science of natural history.

I really dislike this. A lot. Dumbing things down doesn’t make people more interested, it makes them less intelligent.


nev & max + not knowing how to deal without one another


slenclerman:

webabuser:

whoever created chinese food is my hero

probably the chinese


rhubabe:

as a white person my only oppressor is sunburn



"The hardest period in life is one’s twenties. It’s a shame because you’re your most gorgeous, and you’re physically in peak condition. But it’s actually when you’re most insecure and full of self-doubt. When you don’t know what’s going to happen, it’s frightening."
— Helen Mirren, quoted in Esquire’s “What I’ve Learned” (via wordsthat-speak)

bedfortrumanblackthe1975:

olddirtyhoodlums:

I don’t know about you guys, but the best feeling in the world is when your favorite band, who you’ve been waiting months to see, is about to walk on stage. And then they finally do and for the first time you are actually seeing their faces and bodies, and not just pictures/videos of them. That moment is absolutely priceless. 

Yes. Yes. Yes.




orangeis:

Remember that time Matt McGorry retweeded me? #neverforget

orangeis:

Remember that time Matt McGorry retweeded me? #neverforget