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She asked me if I do this every day, I said often. Asked how many times i lost to hunters, not so often.

She asked me if I do this every day, I said often. Asked how many times i lost to hunters, not so often.

Such op doge. #warlock #hearthstone

Such op doge. #warlock #hearthstone

My druid and mage deckarinos. #hearthstone

My druid and mage deckarinos. #hearthstone

Here we see a wild beast feasting on ice cream. #rufio

Here we see a wild beast feasting on ice cream. #rufio

Rage squad with the bae @mrkevinnicolas #lol #leagueoflegends

Rage squad with the bae @mrkevinnicolas #lol #leagueoflegends

Ladies and gentlemen, the Eldredge knot.

Ladies and gentlemen, the Eldredge knot.

nprfreshair:

Hollywood icon Lauren Bacall spoke to Terry Gross in 1994 about her deep voice, falling in love with Humphrey Bogart and what became known as “the look,” when she’d have her chin down, looking up:

I was terribly nervous during To Have and Have Not, it was quite a terrifying experience for me. And I was this kid and I was scared to death of all these pros around me and really had almost no experience on the stage and certainly none in film.I shook when [Director Howard] Hawks said “action” and there was quiet on the set and I’d start to walk into a scene. And then my head would shake and my hands would shake and I discovered if I kept my head down and looked up my head would not shake, so I started to do that when I could, when it was appropriate in a scene.And that’s how “the look” came about, but it wasn’t that I had planned to have a look — it was just a way to keep my head steady. It was very important! It’s terrible to look at another actor when your head is shaking.


Bacall passed away Tuesday at the age of 89. 

nprfreshair:

Hollywood icon Lauren Bacall spoke to Terry Gross in 1994 about her deep voice, falling in love with Humphrey Bogart and what became known as “the look,” when she’d have her chin down, looking up:

I was terribly nervous during To Have and Have Not, it was quite a terrifying experience for me. And I was this kid and I was scared to death of all these pros around me and really had almost no experience on the stage and certainly none in film.

I shook when [Director Howard] Hawks said “action” and there was quiet on the set and I’d start to walk into a scene. And then my head would shake and my hands would shake and I discovered if I kept my head down and looked up my head would not shake, so I started to do that when I could, when it was appropriate in a scene.

And that’s how “the look” came about, but it wasn’t that I had planned to have a look — it was just a way to keep my head steady. It was very important! It’s terrible to look at another actor when your head is shaking.

Bacall passed away Tuesday at the age of 89. 

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"This [poverty] is no longer an issue that can only garner some attention, some of the time. Extreme action must be taken by the global community now." - Scarlett Johansson on her visit to the Horn of Africa as an Oxfam ambassador

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cameron-stewart:

Here’s a Batgirl piece I did for fun! I’ll probably make a print of it. 

cameron-stewart:

Here’s a Batgirl piece I did for fun! I’ll probably make a print of it. 

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nprfreshair:

Hollywood icon Lauren Bacall spoke to Terry Gross in 1994 about her deep voice, falling in love with Humphrey Bogart and what became known as “the look,” when she’d have her chin down, looking up:

I was terribly nervous during To Have and Have Not, it was quite a terrifying experience for me. And I was this kid and I was scared to death of all these pros around me and really had almost no experience on the stage and certainly none in film.I shook when [Director Howard] Hawks said “action” and there was quiet on the set and I’d start to walk into a scene. And then my head would shake and my hands would shake and I discovered if I kept my head down and looked up my head would not shake, so I started to do that when I could, when it was appropriate in a scene.And that’s how “the look” came about, but it wasn’t that I had planned to have a look — it was just a way to keep my head steady. It was very important! It’s terrible to look at another actor when your head is shaking.


Bacall passed away Tuesday at the age of 89. 

nprfreshair:

Hollywood icon Lauren Bacall spoke to Terry Gross in 1994 about her deep voice, falling in love with Humphrey Bogart and what became known as “the look,” when she’d have her chin down, looking up:

I was terribly nervous during To Have and Have Not, it was quite a terrifying experience for me. And I was this kid and I was scared to death of all these pros around me and really had almost no experience on the stage and certainly none in film.

I shook when [Director Howard] Hawks said “action” and there was quiet on the set and I’d start to walk into a scene. And then my head would shake and my hands would shake and I discovered if I kept my head down and looked up my head would not shake, so I started to do that when I could, when it was appropriate in a scene.

And that’s how “the look” came about, but it wasn’t that I had planned to have a look — it was just a way to keep my head steady. It was very important! It’s terrible to look at another actor when your head is shaking.

Bacall passed away Tuesday at the age of 89. 

What is happening in Ferguson has been an object lesson about the importance of accountability and transparency. Confidentiality amid an active investigation is one thing; a policy of public obfuscation is another. The account of a 911 call about the robbery came after days of legal requests filed under Missouri’s Sunshine Law, and makes the department’s refusal to disclose even the most basic details of the case even more inscrutable. Information might have dispersed more crowds than armored vehicles did.

Listen to me. I’m shy. I’m not stupid. I can’t meet people’s eyes. I don’t know if you understand what that’s like. There’s a whole world going on around me, I’m aware of that. It’s not because I don’t want to look at you, Lucinda. It’s that I don’t want to be seen.

Jonathan Lethem, You Don’t Love Me Yet (via quotes-shape-us)