Let me warn you, and let me warn the nation, against the smooth evasion that says ‘Of course we believe these things. We believe in social security. We believe in work for the unemployed. We believe in saving homes. Cross our hearts and hope to die, we believe in all these things! But we do not like the way the present Administration is doing them! Just turn them over to us. We will do all of them; we will do more of them; we will do them better; and — most important of all — the doing of them will not cost anybody anything.’
V/H/S directors and screenwriters Ti West, Tyler Gillett, Glenn McQuaid, David Bruckner, Justin Martinez, Joe Swanberg, Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Chad Villella, and Adam Wingard gather on the press line for the film’s premiere during the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
V/H/S opens in theatres on Friday, October 5.
Photo by Jonathan Leibson
in case you were wondering. Walt Disney The Story Of Menstruation (by estunum) .
i laughed way too hard at this.
Stuff I reblog at 4AM
Goddamn Tesla Museum Success of the Day: At last, Nikola Tesla will finally have his due. Last week, comedy site The Oatmeal spearheaded a campaign to purchase the New York property of the inventor’s last laboratory and turn it into a museum.
According to The Oatmeal Facebook page,
Someone jumped in at the last minute and donated $33,333. WE JUST HIT OUR GOAL: $873,169! With the matching grant from NY state, this puts us at $1.7 million raised in 6 days!
An impressive feat to say the least, and the least that could be done to recognize one of the great pioneers of the electronic era.
Edmund Dulac- Dreamland
Technique: Watercolour treated with a variety of methods - including overstreaking with gilt or crayon - to produce the rich haunting effects that are clear throughout.
From The Bells and Other Poems by E. A. Poe, published by Hodder & Stoughton (London)
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Let me dust off my early 21st century Leetspeak:
I’m just gonna put this here…
James McAvoy and a sloth.
This is the saddest story about a man and a rabbit I’ve ever heard.
Orson Welles performing the “Broomstick Suspension” magic trick with Lucille Ball during the filming of the I Love Lucy episode, “Lucy Meets Orson Welles” (1956)
“I’ve never had a friend in my life who wanted to see a magic trick, you know. I don’t know anybody who wants to see a magic trick. So I do it professionally; it’s the only way I get to perform.
I went once to a birthday party for [MGM boss] Louis B. Mayer with a rabbit in my pocket which I was going to take out of his hat. On came Judy Garland and Danny Kaye and Danny Thomas and everybody you ever heard of and then Al Jolson sang for two hours and my rabbit was peeing all over me, you know. And the dawn was starting to rise over the Hillcrest Country Club as we said goodnight to Louis B. Mayer and nobody’d asked me to do a magic trick. So the rabbit and I went home.”
-Welles, in the 1982 documentary The Orson Welles Story
can’t get over this
my love is real - divine fits