Walt and Don.
(Source: chigusa-taka, via derpghost)
My favorite view in the house so far.
Marilyn Monroe (American, 1926–1962) & Arthur Miller (American, 1915–2005)
“At left, 13-year-old Chris Bray scans the crowd witnessing the first space shuttle launch on April 12, 1981, while his 39-year-old father, Kenneth, looks through binoculars. At right, Chris and Kenneth strike a similar pose at the last shuttle launch on July 8, 2011.”
Office at Night - Edward Hopper, 1940
Goldfield High School was built in 1907, during the boom years. It graduated its last class in 1952, and has stood proud but shuttered ever since, impressive on the outside, decaying within.
Take Ransom Riggs’ photo tour.
Don’t go to Heaven by yourself
Space shuttle Atlantis is seen through the window of a Shuttle Training Aircraft (STA) during today’s launch of STS-135.
Changing Gender Roles in Richard Scarry Books -
Click for the full view— this is awesome.
(via thefrisky; fuckyeahgenderstudies; lostgrrrls)
I might have this movie memorized.
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Sometimes my Tumblr dashboard inadvertently provides commentary on our modern times.