jacksgap:

Sunday Mornings 🍁 

Photographed by me.

jacksgap:

Sunday Mornings 🍁

Photographed by me.

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olitadelaltamar:

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historicaltimes:

Harassment during a civil rights sit-in at the Cherrydale Drug Fair in Arlington, VA June 10, 1960 -
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this is what I see when I see white kids dress up like pinup girls and greasers

these are the white grandpas of today

olitadelaltamar:

officialcrow:

historicaltimes:

Harassment during a civil rights sit-in at the Cherrydale Drug Fair in Arlington, VA June 10, 1960 -

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this is what I see when I see white kids dress up like pinup girls and greasers

these are the white grandpas of today

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peacelaughlove-ed:

Oh god, ed.

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80smovies:

original vintage Sixteen Candles shirt on ebay (over $100)

80smovies:

original vintage Sixteen Candles shirt on ebay (over $100)

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80smoviegeek:

“You know that montage when we’re walking back home, near the end of the movie, and we go by in silhouette during sunset? It’s what they used as inspiration for the poster. This picture was taken when we filmed that little bit. That thing we’re sitting on is called a Chapman Crane, and it’s a really neat piece of film equipment that allows for those big, beautiful, dramatic, sweeping panoramic shots you see in movies. It’s a little dangerous, though, because there are weights and things on the end of that arm to perfectly counterbalance the weight of the camera and whoever is sitting next to it. More than once in film history, someone has stepped off the crane before it’s been rebalanced, and, finding itself a hundred or more pounds heavier at one end than the other, the crane has turned into a very dangerous catapult.  The way I remember it, we kept asking Rob Reiner if we could sit on it when the shot was over, because the idea of sitting up in the sky next to the camera was so awesome, and he eventually said yes, because he was like that. We were so excited to sit on this thing, and so excited to ride it up as high as it would go — it seemed like a hundred feet, but I’m sure it was more like thirty — but we had to wear seatbelts, promise to sit still and not step off the thing until it was balanced. I don’t remember what everyting looked like from up there, but I do remember someone deciding to give the slate to River (who, of course, has his serious face on, like he always did) because it was a fantastic publicity photo opportunity. I’m glad someone took this picture, because it reminded me of a joyful moment that I haven’t thought of in over a quarter century.” - Wil Wheaton

80smoviegeek:

“You know that montage when we’re walking back home, near the end of the movie, and we go by in silhouette during sunset? It’s what they used as inspiration for the poster.
This picture was taken when we filmed that little bit. That thing we’re sitting on is called a Chapman Crane, and it’s a really neat piece of film equipment that allows for those big, beautiful, dramatic, sweeping panoramic shots you see in movies.
It’s a little dangerous, though, because there are weights and things on the end of that arm to perfectly counterbalance the weight of the camera and whoever is sitting next to it. More than once in film history, someone has stepped off the crane before it’s been rebalanced, and, finding itself a hundred or more pounds heavier at one end than the other, the crane has turned into a very dangerous catapult.
The way I remember it, we kept asking Rob Reiner if we could sit on it when the shot was over, because the idea of sitting up in the sky next to the camera was so awesome, and he eventually said yes, because he was like that.
We were so excited to sit on this thing, and so excited to ride it up as high as it would go — it seemed like a hundred feet, but I’m sure it was more like thirty — but we had to wear seatbelts, promise to sit still and not step off the thing until it was balanced. I don’t remember what everyting looked like from up there, but I do remember someone deciding to give the slate to River (who, of course, has his serious face on, like he always did) because it was a fantastic publicity photo opportunity.
I’m glad someone took this picture, because it reminded me of a joyful moment that I haven’t thought of in over a quarter century.”
- Wil Wheaton

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daenystormborn:

Designate the least important!

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hayworths:

V-J Day Kisses, August 14, 1945.

durbikins:

durbikins:

get 50 notes on this post and I’ll give the dog a pepperoni

durbikins:

durbikins:

get 50 notes on this post and I’ll give the dog a pepperoni

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"Gay is not a synonym for shitty. If you wanna say something is shitty, say its shitty. Stop being such homophobic assholes" - Pete Wentz

jenamaroney:

zachthemermaid:

what is wrong with yall

why cant you just say ‘i really wanna have sex with someone’ instead of ‘i want them to chop my arm off and beat me with it then sodomize me and all my ancestors with the arm’

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oroxine:

poyzn:

There is someone out there for everybody.

It just might be a goose.

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