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Clint Eastwood and his children visit the set “Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

Wow! Two things I never would think of at the same time.

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arcaneimages:

Clint Eastwood and his children visit the set “Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

Wow! Two things I never would think of at the same time.

Concept art for Mary Poppins

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Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen

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I love this.

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Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Ferguson, MO and Police Militarization

John Oliver nails it in his segment about Ferguson. A brilliant example of how comedy can be used to make you think critically. Pocketwatch shares their version here

What Is It (up your ass) by Kevin Long.

Pretty great song by a pretty great friend of mine.

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The Death of Elvis Presley - August 16th 1977.

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Back in the days when people did not fear the police…

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Back in the days when people did not fear the police…

The Fisher King Dance Scene. Grand Central Station.

Perfect Movie/Perfect Film – A Film Review Philosophy

Perfect Movie/Perfect Film – A Film Review Philosophy

For a while now, I have labored laboriously trying to create a clear and precise grading system with detailed rules and objective criteria of judging for efforts in the big screen cinematic world. And it has been killing me. Such a pain in the ass that I can’t even begin to…

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Thinking of jobfaust right about now

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Thinking of jobfaust right about now

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Ganvie is a unique village built on Lake Nokoué in Western Africa. About 20,000 people live in Ganvie. It’s commonly believed that the Tofinu people settled here around 400 years ago and built their lake village to escape slavers who came from the Fon tribe and were not allowed to fight in water for traditional reasons (or perhaps could not swim). Hence the Tofinu were safe to build their homes on the water. Ganvie is marketed as the “Venice of Africa”.

The people of Ganvie are still, centuries later, reluctant to move to solid ground, although the threat of slavery is only a distant memory. They have, over many generations, grown accustomed to living on the water, and have no desire to abandon their unique lifestyle, for anything. This unique African village is completely sustainable, and the only time villagers go ashore is when they want to sell their fish.

Tofinu, the water people. (by O.Blaise)

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Life at the circus with The Ringling Brothers, 1949. See more here…

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