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California girl in New York.

September 12, 2014 at 4:37pm
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The reliance on air power has all of the attraction of casual sex: It seems to offer gratification but with very little commitment.

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Former NSA director Michael Hayden.

That’s got to be the worst metaphor for air strikes we’ve ever seen 

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September 11, 2014 at 5:02pm
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2:46pm
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I’m just another lady without a baby.

— Jenny Lewis

11:42am
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In The Dust Of This Planet →

Listen to this excellent Radiolab podcast and ponder your existence today. Please excuse me while I spend the rest of the day reading up on nihilism.

11:39am
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Since “Tiny Furniture,” which was shot for $25,000, set her career in motion and helped her score her deal for “Girls,” Dunham has functioned as a proxy for the collective aspirations and insecurities of her generation, or at least a certain educated, mostly white, mostly urban-dwelling microdemographic therein. She is perhaps to the millennials what J. D. Salinger was to the post-World War II generation and Woody Allen was to the baby boomers: a singular voice who spoke as an outsider and, in so doing, became the ultimate insider.

Hm.

Since “Tiny Furniture,” which was shot for $25,000, set her career in motion and helped her score her deal for “Girls,” Dunham has functioned as a proxy for the collective aspirations and insecurities of her generation, or at least a certain educated, mostly white, mostly urban-dwelling microdemographic therein. She is perhaps to the millennials what J. D. Salinger was to the post-World War II generation and Woody Allen was to the baby boomers: a singular voice who spoke as an outsider and, in so doing, became the ultimate insider.

Hm.

10:42am
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rjcaputophotography:

September 11th

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September 4, 2014 at 9:47pm
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Last year, I was lucky enough to visit Joan Rivers in her decadent home on the Upper East Side. sit on her couch with Dennis Basso and her little dog, and interview her for Manhattan magazine.
She was very nice and totally hilarious, and she called me adorable. Somewhere along the line she asked me about my love life and if I was online dating. Then she gave me some dating advice that I thought was pretty genius: “When you’re at a party with 100 men, you really only see one you like. So you have to go on 100 dates with 100 different men before you find the one. My friend married number 74.”
You’re a hoot, Joan.

Last year, I was lucky enough to visit Joan Rivers in her decadent home on the Upper East Side. sit on her couch with Dennis Basso and her little dog, and interview her for Manhattan magazine.

She was very nice and totally hilarious, and she called me adorable. Somewhere along the line she asked me about my love life and if I was online dating. Then she gave me some dating advice that I thought was pretty genius: “When you’re at a party with 100 men, you really only see one you like. So you have to go on 100 dates with 100 different men before you find the one. My friend married number 74.”

You’re a hoot, Joan.

September 3, 2014 at 10:48pm
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Reblogged from daeneryus

daeneryus:

"i understand women have it bad but men have it bad too"

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"i mean, women are almost equal to men as it is"

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"i’m not a feminist, i believe in equality"

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September 2, 2014 at 5:36pm
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My time in Charleston included what every end-of-summer vacation should: extravagant meals, endless drinks and a pretty serious sunburn.