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"sunday morning overground" by tristan pigott (2013)

spring2000:

"sunday morning overground" by tristan pigott (2013)

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For me fashion is an expression of art that is very closely related to myself and to my body. I see it as my expression of identity combined with desire, mood and cultural setting.

— Iris Van Herpen (via opaqueglitter)

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Zoom girlannachronism:

Lindsey Wixson in “Couture’s Flights of Fancy” photographed by Karl Lagerfeld for Harper’s Bazaar US April 2014 issue

girlannachronism:

Lindsey Wixson in “Couture’s Flights of Fancy” photographed by Karl Lagerfeld for Harper’s Bazaar US April 2014 issue

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barbarastanwyck:

Dinner at Eight (1933)

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Zoom exgirlfriendsrebellion:

another pure fashion blog:
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Zoom playboydreamz:

playboydreamz:



I almost forgot…..Nevada State Senator Kelvin Atkinson comes out as a black gay man today



THROW THAT SHADE SENATOR!!

playboydreamz:

playboydreamz:

I almost forgot…..Nevada State Senator Kelvin Atkinson comes out as a black gay man today
THROW THAT SHADE SENATOR!!
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You can ask the universe for all the signs you want, but ultimately, we see what we want to see when we’re ready to see it.

— How I Met Your Mother (via psych-facts)

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Zoom phaerosol:

veganmovement2012:

Rolling stone interview with Steve-O What made you want to become a vegan? It started back before I got sober. I was doing so many drugs that I literally started hearing voices. I considered the voices my spirit friend, and they were telling me to kill myself. Some of them were nasty characters, but other ones told me they were worried about me and this and that.
One of them told me I was going to have to answer for shit. One time I did something particularly nasty. I tried to really hurt someone’s feelings with a text message. I heard a voice in my right ear say, “You’re going to have to answer for that.” Later I came across a YouTube video where this Krishna consciousness guy in India was talking about how it’s difficult for Westerners to be saved because there’s such little respect for life on the planet. This guy said, “How can you expect to be saved if you eat meat?” I put that together with the voices I was hearing and I became afraid of having some kind of spiritual punishment.
Do you ever crave a cheeseburger or anything? Sure, man. I miss fuckin’ Whoppers, but I also miss eight-balls and ganja. But I find being a vegan so rewarding that it’s worth it for me.
Do you think more people would be vegans or vegetarians if they saw what went on in slaughterhouses? Absolutely. Absolutely. It’s commonly said that if slaughterhouses had clear glass walls nobody would eat meat. I think people go out of their way to remain ignorant about how factory farm animals are treated.
How did you get involved with Farm Sanctuary? I got a request through my publicist to narrate this video. Generally I don’t like to pull out the soapbox, but I cared enough that I’m glad I did it. I don’t go around lecturing people and telling them they shouldn’t eat meat. I just don’t think that’s terrible effective. I just try to tell people how I have personally benefitted from the vegan lifestyle. People work really hard to stay ignorant. If they didn’t, if they watched this fucking video that I narrated, I think that a great number of them would stop eating meat.
 Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/news/q-a-steve-o-talks-jackass-veganism-and-quitting-drugs-20130201#ixzz2vN53MGBJ  Follow us: @rollingstone on Twitter | RollingStone on Facebook

"I  think people go out of their way to remain Ignorant"

phaerosol:

veganmovement2012:

Rolling stone interview with Steve-O
What made you want to become a vegan?
It started back before I got sober. I was doing so many drugs that I literally started hearing voices. I considered the voices my spirit friend, and they were telling me to kill myself. Some of them were nasty characters, but other ones told me they were worried about me and this and that.

One of them told me I was going to have to answer for shit. One time I did something particularly nasty. I tried to really hurt someone’s feelings with a text message. I heard a voice in my right ear say, “You’re going to have to answer for that.” Later I came across a YouTube video where this Krishna consciousness guy in India was talking about how it’s difficult for Westerners to be saved because there’s such little respect for life on the planet. This guy said, “How can you expect to be saved if you eat meat?” I put that together with the voices I was hearing and I became afraid of having some kind of spiritual punishment.

Do you ever crave a cheeseburger or anything?
Sure, man. I miss fuckin’ Whoppers, but I also miss eight-balls and ganja. But I find being a vegan so rewarding that it’s worth it for me.

Do you think more people would be vegans or vegetarians if they saw what went on in slaughterhouses?
Absolutely. Absolutely. It’s commonly said that if slaughterhouses had clear glass walls nobody would eat meat. I think people go out of their way to remain ignorant about how factory farm animals are treated.

How did you get involved with Farm Sanctuary?
I got a request through my publicist to narrate this video. Generally I don’t like to pull out the soapbox, but I cared enough that I’m glad I did it. I don’t go around lecturing people and telling them they shouldn’t eat meat. I just don’t think that’s terrible effective. I just try to tell people how I have personally benefitted from the vegan lifestyle. People work really hard to stay ignorant. If they didn’t, if they watched this fucking video that I narrated, I think that a great number of them would stop eating meat.


Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/news/q-a-steve-o-talks-jackass-veganism-and-quitting-drugs-20130201#ixzz2vN53MGBJ
Follow us: @rollingstone on Twitter | RollingStone on Facebook

"I  think people go out of their way to remain Ignorant"

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