the way a white buttercream frosted cake with rainbow sprinkles looks and tastes satisfies me in ways that no man ever could


On Democracy Now! today, Amy Goodman and Juan González interview Dr. Paul Farmer about the Ebola outbreak and the importance of strengthening local and global healthcare systems. And we were delighted to have actor Danny DeVito stop by the studio this morning to watch the interview live. We just had to get a group photograph.

Click here to watch our 45-minute interview with Dr. Farmer, a founding director of Partners In Health and a professor at Harvard Medical School.

my four most favorite people

Cinematic Style: Love Story











Cinematic Style: Love Story (1970)
Love Story stars Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal. It’s one of those stories that was told in such a way and in a specific time that you can’t help but love it. I feel that it could have gone the complete Hallmark cheesecard with the story line and the borderline soap acting but it is so lovely. Ryan and Ali are great as a couple and the cinematography and styling is great. 


Residential Building - Havana, Cuba

by Colin Miller

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I don’t wear socks cuz I just hate putting them on not that I need them. except when I run by the third mile my feet start getting sores. still don’t wear socks.


Polizones | Diarios de Motocicleta

white married women who say the word hubby are the worst thing to experience on Instagram. they’re always the ones who comment on a picture with “you’ve lost so much weight!”

in these trying times there’s one thing to remember: don’t read the comments




A mother’s worst nightmare.

She was preaching

this gave me chills

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We mourn the loss of our friend Robin Williams, who always made us laugh and smile.


When Kanye West first used “turnt” in a sentence I made it my business to understand the word. I was later introduced to the concept of “turning up,” which I grasped rather quickly because I’m a fast learner. My confusion stemmed from DJ Snake & Lil Jon’s electronic anthem, “Turn Down for What.” The song is one of the catchiest, jazziest, and most annoying tracks of recent months. It’s hyper and fast-paced. It’s like the “Harlem Shake” on sizzurp.

- Amelia Diamond, writer


sorry but if I had to read that yall do to

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