Sharkify

starlords:

So that was Mrs Lundegaard on the floor in there. And I guess that was your accomplice in the wood chipper. And those three people in Brainerd. And for what? For a little bit of money. There’s more to life than a little money, ya know. Don’t ya know that? And here ya are, and it’s a beautiful day. Well. I just don’t understand it.

favourite movie monologues - Frances McDormand in Fargo (1996)

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#what 


#oh 


guys, have you been kidnapped by puberty?

bad education, series three episode one, 'strike'



You thought Hitler’s first name was Heil?



daphneg121:

Bad Education Series 3 - Episode 1



Gap senpai noticed me.

Gap senpai noticed me.



Well, that’s the pot calling the kettle bla-



Well I know I’m working at the right place because a bubble tea shop just opened up in the same mall and when the manager was outlining a hypothetical scenario about being late to work she explicitly mentioned bubble tea.



wehadfacesthen:

Anna May Wong, 1930

wehadfacesthen:

Anna May Wong, 1930



muskming:

Ruan Lingyu 阮玲玉 in The Goddess 神女 (1934 Chinese silent film)

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18mr:

Asian Americans being involved in civil rights is neither new or old…it just is. “Rather than saying it’s a new generation who are more progressive or not progressive, I’d say, it’s a new generation who are more politicized,” says Vijay Prashad, Professor of International Studies and South Asian History. -AW

18mr:

Asian Americans being involved in civil rights is neither new or old…it just is. “Rather than saying it’s a new generation who are more progressive or not progressive, I’d say, it’s a new generation who are more politicized,” says Vijay Prashad, Professor of International Studies and South Asian History. -AW

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whataboutbobbed:

Josephine Baker, playing the clarinet at the Caf’ Conc Festival at the Stade Buffalo Velodrome, Montrouge, Paris, 1926. Fête des Caf’ Conc’ is an annual charity event in aid of retired performers’ benevolent fund. photo by Roger Viollet

whataboutbobbed:

Josephine Baker, playing the clarinet at the Caf’ Conc Festival at the Stade Buffalo Velodrome, Montrouge, Paris, 1926. Fête des Caf’ Conc’ is an annual charity event in aid of retired performers’ benevolent fund. photo by Roger Viollet



wehadfacesthen:

Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong in the recording studio, 1956

wehadfacesthen:

Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong in the recording studio, 1956