unoriginallly:


"Washed soft and perfectly broken in, this vintage Kent State sweatshirt is cut in a loose, slouchy fit. Excellent vintage condition. We only have one, so get it or regret it!"

Urban Outfitters Features “Vintage” Red-Stained Kent State Sweatshirt (x)
Recently, Urban Outfitters began selling a “vintage” Kent State sweatshirt on their website. The sweatshirt featured the Kent State logo on the front, and holes and red stains on the right shoulder. 
On May 4, 1970, an Army Guard National Unit fired on students protesting the Vietnam, killing 4 students and wounding 9 others on the Ohio campus. (x)
On September 15 at 2:15 am ET, the website reported that the sweatshirt is sold out. On the same day at 10:13 am ET (x/x), Urban Outfitters publicly “apologized” on Twitter saying, 

"Urban Outfitters sincerely apologizes for any offense our Vintage Kent State Sweatshirt may have caused. It was never our intention to allude to the tragic events that took place at Kent State in 1970 and we are extremely saddened that this item was perceived as such. The one-of-a-kind item was purchased as part of our sun-faded vintage collection. There is no blood on this shirt nor has this item been altered in any way. The red stains are discoloration from the original shade of the shirt and the holes are from natural wear and fray. Again, we deeply regret that this item was perceived negatively and we have removed it immediately from our website to avoid further upset."

Just 46 minutes later at 10:59 am ET, Kent State issued the following statement regarding Urban Outfitter’s sweatshirt,

May 4, 1970, was a watershed moment for the country and especially the Kent State family. We lost four students that day while nine others were wounded and countless others were changed forever.
We take great offense to a company using our pain for their publicity and profit. This item is beyond poor taste and trivializes a loss of life that still hurts the Kent State community today.
We invite the leaders of this company as well as anyone who invested in this item to tour our May 4 Visitors Center, which opened two years ago, to gain perspective on what happened 44 years ago and apply its meaning to the future.


good lord.  unoriginallly:


"Washed soft and perfectly broken in, this vintage Kent State sweatshirt is cut in a loose, slouchy fit. Excellent vintage condition. We only have one, so get it or regret it!"

Urban Outfitters Features “Vintage” Red-Stained Kent State Sweatshirt (x)
Recently, Urban Outfitters began selling a “vintage” Kent State sweatshirt on their website. The sweatshirt featured the Kent State logo on the front, and holes and red stains on the right shoulder. 
On May 4, 1970, an Army Guard National Unit fired on students protesting the Vietnam, killing 4 students and wounding 9 others on the Ohio campus. (x)
On September 15 at 2:15 am ET, the website reported that the sweatshirt is sold out. On the same day at 10:13 am ET (x/x), Urban Outfitters publicly “apologized” on Twitter saying, 

"Urban Outfitters sincerely apologizes for any offense our Vintage Kent State Sweatshirt may have caused. It was never our intention to allude to the tragic events that took place at Kent State in 1970 and we are extremely saddened that this item was perceived as such. The one-of-a-kind item was purchased as part of our sun-faded vintage collection. There is no blood on this shirt nor has this item been altered in any way. The red stains are discoloration from the original shade of the shirt and the holes are from natural wear and fray. Again, we deeply regret that this item was perceived negatively and we have removed it immediately from our website to avoid further upset."

Just 46 minutes later at 10:59 am ET, Kent State issued the following statement regarding Urban Outfitter’s sweatshirt,

May 4, 1970, was a watershed moment for the country and especially the Kent State family. We lost four students that day while nine others were wounded and countless others were changed forever.
We take great offense to a company using our pain for their publicity and profit. This item is beyond poor taste and trivializes a loss of life that still hurts the Kent State community today.
We invite the leaders of this company as well as anyone who invested in this item to tour our May 4 Visitors Center, which opened two years ago, to gain perspective on what happened 44 years ago and apply its meaning to the future.


good lord. 

unoriginallly:

"Washed soft and perfectly broken in, this vintage Kent State sweatshirt is cut in a loose, slouchy fit. Excellent vintage condition. We only have one, so get it or regret it!"

Urban Outfitters Features “Vintage” Red-Stained Kent State Sweatshirt (x)

Recently, Urban Outfitters began selling a “vintage” Kent State sweatshirt on their website. The sweatshirt featured the Kent State logo on the front, and holes and red stains on the right shoulder. 

On May 4, 1970, an Army Guard National Unit fired on students protesting the Vietnam, killing 4 students and wounding 9 others on the Ohio campus. (x)

On September 15 at 2:15 am ET, the website reported that the sweatshirt is sold out. On the same day at 10:13 am ET (x/x), Urban Outfitters publicly “apologized” on Twitter saying, 

"Urban Outfitters sincerely apologizes for any offense our Vintage Kent State Sweatshirt may have caused. It was never our intention to allude to the tragic events that took place at Kent State in 1970 and we are extremely saddened that this item was perceived as such. The one-of-a-kind item was purchased as part of our sun-faded vintage collection. There is no blood on this shirt nor has this item been altered in any way. The red stains are discoloration from the original shade of the shirt and the holes are from natural wear and fray. Again, we deeply regret that this item was perceived negatively and we have removed it immediately from our website to avoid further upset."

Just 46 minutes later at 10:59 am ET, Kent State issued the following statement regarding Urban Outfitter’s sweatshirt,

May 4, 1970, was a watershed moment for the country and especially the Kent State family. We lost four students that day while nine others were wounded and countless others were changed forever.

We take great offense to a company using our pain for their publicity and profit. This item is beyond poor taste and trivializes a loss of life that still hurts the Kent State community today.

We invite the leaders of this company as well as anyone who invested in this item to tour our May 4 Visitors Center, which opened two years ago, to gain perspective on what happened 44 years ago and apply its meaning to the future.

good lord. 

Liza Minnelli Tries To Turn Off A Lamp

this makes me so happy

(via if-only-angels-could-prevail)

mtvother:

Congratulations to Michael Che on becoming the new SNL Weekend Update co-anchor! We already know he’s going to be amazing.
Here’s his hilarious Inside Joke episode. mtvother:

Congratulations to Michael Che on becoming the new SNL Weekend Update co-anchor! We already know he’s going to be amazing.
Here’s his hilarious Inside Joke episode. mtvother:

Congratulations to Michael Che on becoming the new SNL Weekend Update co-anchor! We already know he’s going to be amazing.
Here’s his hilarious Inside Joke episode. mtvother:

Congratulations to Michael Che on becoming the new SNL Weekend Update co-anchor! We already know he’s going to be amazing.
Here’s his hilarious Inside Joke episode.
ultimatemoviefanatic:

Best SNL skit ever. LMFAO!! ultimatemoviefanatic:

Best SNL skit ever. LMFAO!! ultimatemoviefanatic:

Best SNL skit ever. LMFAO!! ultimatemoviefanatic:

Best SNL skit ever. LMFAO!! ultimatemoviefanatic:

Best SNL skit ever. LMFAO!! ultimatemoviefanatic:

Best SNL skit ever. LMFAO!! ultimatemoviefanatic:

Best SNL skit ever. LMFAO!! ultimatemoviefanatic:

Best SNL skit ever. LMFAO!! ultimatemoviefanatic:

Best SNL skit ever. LMFAO!! ultimatemoviefanatic:

Best SNL skit ever. LMFAO!!
geekygothgirl:

Thank you, John Oliver, for taking down the “she’s someone’s daughter/sister/mother” thing at the root. I get the intention behind it is not bad, but seriously-my value as a human should not be defined by how my being hurt would affect my father, brother, or male partner. It should be defined by how it would affect ME. I am someone with worth and value independent of the men in my life, as are all women. We are not tangential sub-people who only exist as we are related to me, we are people. Full stop. 
geekygothgirl:

Thank you, John Oliver, for taking down the “she’s someone’s daughter/sister/mother” thing at the root. I get the intention behind it is not bad, but seriously-my value as a human should not be defined by how my being hurt would affect my father, brother, or male partner. It should be defined by how it would affect ME. I am someone with worth and value independent of the men in my life, as are all women. We are not tangential sub-people who only exist as we are related to me, we are people. Full stop. 
geekygothgirl:

Thank you, John Oliver, for taking down the “she’s someone’s daughter/sister/mother” thing at the root. I get the intention behind it is not bad, but seriously-my value as a human should not be defined by how my being hurt would affect my father, brother, or male partner. It should be defined by how it would affect ME. I am someone with worth and value independent of the men in my life, as are all women. We are not tangential sub-people who only exist as we are related to me, we are people. Full stop. 
geekygothgirl:

Thank you, John Oliver, for taking down the “she’s someone’s daughter/sister/mother” thing at the root. I get the intention behind it is not bad, but seriously-my value as a human should not be defined by how my being hurt would affect my father, brother, or male partner. It should be defined by how it would affect ME. I am someone with worth and value independent of the men in my life, as are all women. We are not tangential sub-people who only exist as we are related to me, we are people. Full stop. 
geekygothgirl:

Thank you, John Oliver, for taking down the “she’s someone’s daughter/sister/mother” thing at the root. I get the intention behind it is not bad, but seriously-my value as a human should not be defined by how my being hurt would affect my father, brother, or male partner. It should be defined by how it would affect ME. I am someone with worth and value independent of the men in my life, as are all women. We are not tangential sub-people who only exist as we are related to me, we are people. Full stop. 
geekygothgirl:

Thank you, John Oliver, for taking down the “she’s someone’s daughter/sister/mother” thing at the root. I get the intention behind it is not bad, but seriously-my value as a human should not be defined by how my being hurt would affect my father, brother, or male partner. It should be defined by how it would affect ME. I am someone with worth and value independent of the men in my life, as are all women. We are not tangential sub-people who only exist as we are related to me, we are people. Full stop. 
geekygothgirl:

Thank you, John Oliver, for taking down the “she’s someone’s daughter/sister/mother” thing at the root. I get the intention behind it is not bad, but seriously-my value as a human should not be defined by how my being hurt would affect my father, brother, or male partner. It should be defined by how it would affect ME. I am someone with worth and value independent of the men in my life, as are all women. We are not tangential sub-people who only exist as we are related to me, we are people. Full stop. 
geekygothgirl:

Thank you, John Oliver, for taking down the “she’s someone’s daughter/sister/mother” thing at the root. I get the intention behind it is not bad, but seriously-my value as a human should not be defined by how my being hurt would affect my father, brother, or male partner. It should be defined by how it would affect ME. I am someone with worth and value independent of the men in my life, as are all women. We are not tangential sub-people who only exist as we are related to me, we are people. Full stop. 
geekygothgirl:

Thank you, John Oliver, for taking down the “she’s someone’s daughter/sister/mother” thing at the root. I get the intention behind it is not bad, but seriously-my value as a human should not be defined by how my being hurt would affect my father, brother, or male partner. It should be defined by how it would affect ME. I am someone with worth and value independent of the men in my life, as are all women. We are not tangential sub-people who only exist as we are related to me, we are people. Full stop. 

geekygothgirl:

Thank you, John Oliver, for taking down the “she’s someone’s daughter/sister/mother” thing at the root. I get the intention behind it is not bad, but seriously-my value as a human should not be defined by how my being hurt would affect my father, brother, or male partner. It should be defined by how it would affect ME. I am someone with worth and value independent of the men in my life, as are all women. We are not tangential sub-people who only exist as we are related to me, we are people. Full stop. 

(via retrotrash)

Homicide on Stage 1.

retrotrash:

cindymayweather:

Everybody, smile and wave. Smile and wave.

GET ON YOUR FEET

This is one of my favorite things retrotrash:

cindymayweather:

Everybody, smile and wave. Smile and wave.

GET ON YOUR FEET

This is one of my favorite things retrotrash:

cindymayweather:

Everybody, smile and wave. Smile and wave.

GET ON YOUR FEET

This is one of my favorite things retrotrash:

cindymayweather:

Everybody, smile and wave. Smile and wave.

GET ON YOUR FEET

This is one of my favorite things retrotrash:

cindymayweather:

Everybody, smile and wave. Smile and wave.

GET ON YOUR FEET

This is one of my favorite things retrotrash:

cindymayweather:

Everybody, smile and wave. Smile and wave.

GET ON YOUR FEET

This is one of my favorite things retrotrash:

cindymayweather:

Everybody, smile and wave. Smile and wave.

GET ON YOUR FEET

This is one of my favorite things retrotrash:

cindymayweather:

Everybody, smile and wave. Smile and wave.

GET ON YOUR FEET

This is one of my favorite things

retrotrash:

cindymayweather:

Everybody, smile and wave. Smile and wave.

GET ON YOUR FEET

This is one of my favorite things

Goodbye Logan Square. I’ll miss you.

Hello Andersonville (for now)

See ya soon, Portland.


The Boxtrolls // Behind the Scenes

The Boxtrolls // Behind the Scenes

The Boxtrolls // Behind the Scenes

The Boxtrolls // Behind the Scenes

The Boxtrolls // Behind the Scenes

The Boxtrolls // Behind the Scenes

(via laikaworld)

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’