Inside Amy Schumer: Uncensored - Compliments (by Comedy Central)

The Franco-Labeouf Pie via @TheHairpin

The Franco-Labeouf Pie via @TheHairpin

Ingrid Michaelson - Girls Chase Boys (An Homage to Robert Palmer’s “Simply Irresistible”) - OFFICIAL (by IngridMichaelson)

"Tuition" (A Parody of Beyoncé’s "Partition")

1. “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.” 2. “Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.” 3. “You only have to do a very few things right in your life so long as you don’t do too many things wrong.” ~ Warren Buffet
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Diana Taylor: SAVE AS… Memory and the Archive in the Age of Digital Technologies (by UCBerkeleyEvents)

AMAZING! Samuel L. Jackson Performs Slam Poem About “Boy Meets World.”

#veronicamarsmovie !!!!!

#veronicamarsmovie !!!!!

Kevin Bacon Explains the ’80s to Millenials

The Beast in Its Tracks

Heartbreak is a universal emotion that often leaves us feeling isolated in our experience. Thus, the bulk of break-up albums tend to be angst-filled affairs, colored with bitterness, sorrow, and a fair amount of self-pity.

Perfect is the enemy of good - Voltaire

“I am going through hard times: in the shadow of real recent converging, passing, pressing, milling, swarming, pulsing, changing in the country, formalized choreographic gestures seem trivial.

In recent performances I have allowed for elements to emerge that pertain to actual ways in which we engage with each other. But like any group we will lose our vitality if these “engagements” remain on the level of fun and games.

I am not interested in group therapy as performance, but I am still interested in performance.

I experience a strong sense of risk when I think about what lies ahead. I never did before. My conditioning—with its powerful imperative of history, ambition, imagination, quality, and control—lurks in my peripheral vision.

Maybe fuck it.”

Yvonne Rainer, “Information,” Statement in Catalogue, MoMA, 1970.