fuckyeahdirectors:

Jodie Foster on the set of ‘Orange is the New Black’ fuckyeahdirectors:

Jodie Foster on the set of ‘Orange is the New Black’ fuckyeahdirectors:

Jodie Foster on the set of ‘Orange is the New Black’

fuckyeahdirectors:

Jodie Foster on the set of ‘Orange is the New Black’

So I mentioned wanting a picnic style meal for my birthday to my mom and because she is who she is, behold my Portland themed picnic. Fancy meats from a Portland saucisson, porter glasses from a brewery, themed sandwiches, little molten cakes because there is a dormant volcano there….And of course, flannel and mustache straws. #laterbirthday #momsarethebest

Last 2 days: Worked on location in 10000000% humidity, and heat and rain and mud and 18 hour days on 3 hour sleeps.

In the woods.

I did not know I could produce so much sweat.

alysserlyn:

tryna have a conversation with straight white boys be like

her face in that last photo alysserlyn:

tryna have a conversation with straight white boys be like

her face in that last photo alysserlyn:

tryna have a conversation with straight white boys be like

her face in that last photo alysserlyn:

tryna have a conversation with straight white boys be like

her face in that last photo

alysserlyn:

tryna have a conversation with straight white boys be like

her face in that last photo

Thanks @kevinemeyer and Kenzie for the Dark Lord birthday present and for partying with me!

Year 28 sponsored by @halfacrebeer and @chicagodistilling! (And Thanks to Shannon for wrapping up my gin all pretty) #BIRTHDAY

grigori-crassputin:

Robin Williams in The Birdcage 💜

One of my favorites of his.  I probably saw it at too young of age but it was a favorite of my parents as well.  He and Nathan Lane are perfection in this. It’s heartbreaking how you may not know how tortured a soul is until the final straw.  I’m not going to pretend to know or assume anything about his life and struggles, but I’ve dealt with the suicide of people I know, and you see the words and reactions of the world and to know his legacy was that of laughter and cheer, it’s hard to wrap your mind around how a person can get so deep.  It may be morbid, but I always wonder what those final moments are like.  Is it relieving? To know it’ll all stop in a few moments?  Is there a moment of panic that it maybe doesn’t have to come to this? Is there any thought to the consequences of this action, how it’ll rip a hole in the people you love?  Or is there no perspective, only a one way street your demons are directing you down?   It’s east to get angry at a seemingly selfish action, because we are only left to suffer the loss while they are hopefully at peace, free from the tortures of this world.   I don’t have any answers to my questions and I will not glamorize a man I did not know because he died. His talent is of course unquestionable,  he was in some of my favorite films and a big part of my childhood because of that.  And My heart goes out to his family. Oof - lots of thoughts for a tuesday morning. Rest in peace, Robin Williams.  “Genie, you’re free.” grigori-crassputin:

Robin Williams in The Birdcage 💜

One of my favorites of his.  I probably saw it at too young of age but it was a favorite of my parents as well.  He and Nathan Lane are perfection in this. It’s heartbreaking how you may not know how tortured a soul is until the final straw.  I’m not going to pretend to know or assume anything about his life and struggles, but I’ve dealt with the suicide of people I know, and you see the words and reactions of the world and to know his legacy was that of laughter and cheer, it’s hard to wrap your mind around how a person can get so deep.  It may be morbid, but I always wonder what those final moments are like.  Is it relieving? To know it’ll all stop in a few moments?  Is there a moment of panic that it maybe doesn’t have to come to this? Is there any thought to the consequences of this action, how it’ll rip a hole in the people you love?  Or is there no perspective, only a one way street your demons are directing you down?   It’s east to get angry at a seemingly selfish action, because we are only left to suffer the loss while they are hopefully at peace, free from the tortures of this world.   I don’t have any answers to my questions and I will not glamorize a man I did not know because he died. His talent is of course unquestionable,  he was in some of my favorite films and a big part of my childhood because of that.  And My heart goes out to his family. Oof - lots of thoughts for a tuesday morning. Rest in peace, Robin Williams.  “Genie, you’re free.” grigori-crassputin:

Robin Williams in The Birdcage 💜

One of my favorites of his.  I probably saw it at too young of age but it was a favorite of my parents as well.  He and Nathan Lane are perfection in this. It’s heartbreaking how you may not know how tortured a soul is until the final straw.  I’m not going to pretend to know or assume anything about his life and struggles, but I’ve dealt with the suicide of people I know, and you see the words and reactions of the world and to know his legacy was that of laughter and cheer, it’s hard to wrap your mind around how a person can get so deep.  It may be morbid, but I always wonder what those final moments are like.  Is it relieving? To know it’ll all stop in a few moments?  Is there a moment of panic that it maybe doesn’t have to come to this? Is there any thought to the consequences of this action, how it’ll rip a hole in the people you love?  Or is there no perspective, only a one way street your demons are directing you down?   It’s east to get angry at a seemingly selfish action, because we are only left to suffer the loss while they are hopefully at peace, free from the tortures of this world.   I don’t have any answers to my questions and I will not glamorize a man I did not know because he died. His talent is of course unquestionable,  he was in some of my favorite films and a big part of my childhood because of that.  And My heart goes out to his family. Oof - lots of thoughts for a tuesday morning. Rest in peace, Robin Williams.  “Genie, you’re free.”

grigori-crassputin:

Robin Williams in The Birdcage 💜

One of my favorites of his. I probably saw it at too young of age but it was a favorite of my parents as well. He and Nathan Lane are perfection in this.

It’s heartbreaking how you may not know how tortured a soul is until the final straw. I’m not going to pretend to know or assume anything about his life and struggles, but I’ve dealt with the suicide of people I know, and you see the words and reactions of the world and to know his legacy was that of laughter and cheer, it’s hard to wrap your mind around how a person can get so deep. It may be morbid, but I always wonder what those final moments are like. Is it relieving? To know it’ll all stop in a few moments? Is there a moment of panic that it maybe doesn’t have to come to this? Is there any thought to the consequences of this action, how it’ll rip a hole in the people you love? Or is there no perspective, only a one way street your demons are directing you down? It’s east to get angry at a seemingly selfish action, because we are only left to suffer the loss while they are hopefully at peace, free from the tortures of this world. I don’t have any answers to my questions and I will not glamorize a man I did not know because he died. His talent is of course unquestionable, he was in some of my favorite films and a big part of my childhood because of that. And My heart goes out to his family.

Oof - lots of thoughts for a tuesday morning.

Rest in peace, Robin Williams. “Genie, you’re free.”

Chicago I hate you.

2nd time this has happened.

I had it CHAINED to my bike this time. And they took more of the seat post, etc.

I can’t. You have to be fucking kidding me.

I’ve had 1 bike, 1 wheel, and 2 seats/posts taken so far.

I locked it up at the train this morning And found it after work when I got back to my stop. So it happened in broad daylight while hooked up to 10 other bikes and NEXT to the stairs down to the subway.

Fuck me!

LOLLA DAY 3

Delta Rae
-3rd time seeing them.
-did not disappoint - i love them
-rain rain rain and so much humid body heat

Trombone Shorty
-he raps and plays trombone
-actually kind of awesome

London Grammar
-didn’t actually see them but listened as I passed and was intrigued….

Cage the Elephant
-i knew this band existed. I have never really listened to them but they were great and a lot of fun and I knew more songs than I thought!
-SO MUCH RAIN

Betty Who
-dance dance dance
-i want an Australian accent
-❤️
-more rain

Young the Giant
-rain stopped!
-2 thumbs up to their show

Kings of Leon
-my friend fell/rolled down a muddy hill
-we appeased the people who were unfortunately in her path with wet wipes
-oh and they sounded great

Longest muddiest walk home