How to tell the wieners from the losers.
(This is Franklin George from Dachshund Dawgz, lying on a pillow made by RockabillyDawgz)
Rosamund Pike at the Gone Girl Press Conference at the Ritz Carlton Hotel on September 27, 2014 in New York City
Happy Birthday Joseph Frank “Buster” Keaton VI
4 October 1895 - 1 February 1966
“My God, we ate, slept and dreamed our pictures.”
Buster Keaton remains one of the most influential filmmakers of the silent era. His innovative use of physical comedy caused him to push boundaries and reinvent how films were made. Even to this day his films continue to delight at his extremely impressive stunt work, and his character, who despite never cracking a smile, endears himself to you through every tumble. He never thought of himself as a genius but he was.
"The medium was still in its infancy; comics were pioneering the craft of making people laugh at moving images. Keaton, it turns out, knew it all — intuitively." - Richard Corliss, TIME
Ahh, the migration of the rare golden retriever fish. What a rare and beautiful sight in nature.
1950’s Miss Universe judge’s chart, used to help them determine the ‘correct’ body type. Jesus Christ, the nitpicking. “Everything would be great if it WASN’T FOR THOSE SHOULDERS. BARF”.