This baby… #latergram
Sarah Larson on the joyful comedy of Harold Ramis: http://nyr.kr/1mwbRAb
“In Ramis’s movies, the nutballs, the slobs, the garish, the poor, the handsomely weird, the gross, and the sleazily charming dance around, revelling in the fun to be had within the establishment, and at its expense.”
Great graphic from Center for American Progress: African American women on the best solutions to protect their own health and remedy health care disparities in their communities. http://bit.ly/1h7eXJz
The “Uno Wheel” bicycle—its flaw was if it was braked suddenly, the rider would spin around and round in the big wheel until the momentum subsided, 1948 (via)
Damn, YouTube from the 40s would’ve been awesome.
Kayden’s first time experiencing rain (x)
i’m dying. this is the most precious thing i’ve ever seen
Bob Powers imagines special food delivery instructions: http://nyr.kr/1m5Nby6
“The doorbell is broken, so you will have to bring my food order around back. Please open and close the gate to the back yard quietly, as I would like your arrival to be a surprise.
The screen door in the back will be unlocked. Push your way in and you’ll find yourself in the kitchen. There will be an open bottle of Scotch on the counter, half-finished, an empty glass next to the bottle. Pour yourself a tall glass, and then carry my food into the sitting room. Bring the bottle, too.”
Illustration by Richard McGuire.
#TOTHESUN BOYS AND GIRLS, TO THE FUCKING SUN.
Arms and legs, meticulously hairless. His face, meticulously stubbled. And stilll…that bike. *sigh*