Wow, that's pretty and/or disturbing
comic-conpics:

Hawkeyes. Comic-Con International 2014.

comic-conpics:

Hawkeyes. Comic-Con International 2014.

cleolinda:

carrot931:

BEST

SIR

thrillingtales:

#studentloans

tragedyseries:

This unorthodox assembly of magnificent creatures were thrown together by a series of even more unusual circumstances and thus forged an enduring fraternity. Use this modular standee to remind you of your own prized connections and lend light to otherwise overcast afternoons.-Print out on sturdy stock
-make use of scissors to remove the cards and shape the stand
-employ a razor (with proper supervision) to open the four slots
-enjoy

tragedyseries:

This unorthodox assembly of magnificent creatures were thrown together by a series of even more unusual circumstances and thus forged an enduring fraternity. Use this modular standee to remind you of your own prized connections and lend light to otherwise overcast afternoons.

-Print out on sturdy stock

-make use of scissors to remove the cards and shape the stand

-employ a razor (with proper supervision) to open the four slots

-enjoy


"Yes hello, I’d like to make a de-paws-it."
"That’s funny."
"My finances are not a fucking game, Jessica."

"Yes hello, I’d like to make a de-paws-it."

"That’s funny."

"My finances are not a fucking game, Jessica."

ridesabike:

Elaine Stritch rests her bike, reads a note, almost causes a riot.      
NEW YORK, June 26—TOLD TO KEEP HER SHIRT ON – Blonde Elaine Stritch, understudy to Ethel Merman in the Broadway hit, “Call Me Madam,” wears halter and shorts which cause her arrest in Central Park. Today she was fined $1 and told by Magistrate Emilio Jones, “A beautiful girl like you could cause a small riot and cause a large crowd to collect by removing your shirt.” “Well,” she replied, “I was there all day and nothing happened.” (AP, 1951)

ridesabike:

Elaine Stritch rests her bike, reads a note, almost causes a riot.      

NEW YORK, June 26—TOLD TO KEEP HER SHIRT ON – Blonde Elaine Stritch, understudy to Ethel Merman in the Broadway hit, “Call Me Madam,” wears halter and shorts which cause her arrest in Central Park. Today she was fined $1 and told by Magistrate Emilio Jones, “A beautiful girl like you could cause a small riot and cause a large crowd to collect by removing your shirt.” “Well,” she replied, “I was there all day and nothing happened.” (AP, 1951)

Fetishizing ‘power’ in women characters – having them kicking ass and always being ready with a putdown - isn’t the same as writing them as human beings.
Jack Graham, in Stephen Moffat - A Case For The Prosecution, a guest post on Philip Sandifer’s blog (via linnealurks)

vixleonard:

I feel like this photo set sums up the entire series.  The men talk about doing shit; the women get shit done.