ugh i hate the sea (and swimwear), but i really want to go swimming
An American in Paris (Vincente Minnelli, 1951)Chocolat Dancing in the Irish American Bar (Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 1896)
RIP Ray Manzarek :(
do animals think in english or in the sounds they make
this is what yahoo paid $1.1 billion for
“i’m sorry ted, but every time we get a car this place turns into a whorehouse”
Ancient Romans are forever trotted out as worthy of our attention because they were, for ancients, so incredibly American. […] the size of his [Hadrian’s] undertakings, the avidity of his search for culture, and the gold-plated quality of his success at finding it are nothing short of Texan.
Charles W. Moore, Hadrian’s Villa [jstor]
oh crap i just spoiled myself by (stupidly) going on the mad men tag. nonetheless, YES, what i saw pleases me, and i kind of predicted it.