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fatmanatee:

everybody’s doing it
For those you who still think that "both sides are to blame" for the ongoing massacre in Gaza
Senate passes resolution in support of Israel
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deepbreathsanddeath:

This is a real panda! China has this “panda diplomacy” and this one will be sent to Japan as an friendship envoy. For the safety reason he sits as a passenger with his feeder, not in a cage. Fastening the seat belt, wearing a diaper, eating bamboos
deepbreathsanddeath:

This is a real panda! China has this “panda diplomacy” and this one will be sent to Japan as an friendship envoy. For the safety reason he sits as a passenger with his feeder, not in a cage. Fastening the seat belt, wearing a diaper, eating bamboos
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happy birthday to gisele bundchen aka the woman who ranked number 1 on forbes top 10 earning models list with an earning of $47million in one year, making more than the bottom 9’s earnings put together while raising two children and bringing in more cash than her husband
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Freja Beha Erichsen for Louis Vuitton Fall 2014 x Françoise Hardy, 1969 
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amberortolano:

Alek Wek photographed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino for Vogue Paris, December/January 1997/98
amberortolano:

Alek Wek photographed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino for Vogue Paris, December/January 1997/98
amberortolano:

Alek Wek photographed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino for Vogue Paris, December/January 1997/98
amberortolano:

Alek Wek photographed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino for Vogue Paris, December/January 1997/98
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"There are always bits of myself in my films but sometimes people don’t know that. I used to feel very distant from my films. In my earlier films, I really kept myself out of the picture. But now every film is more or less a personal experience, from dreams or from people close to me. That’s why I keep making films in certain locations. They are mostly places where I cherish my childhood memories. I keep revisiting them to try to—how do you say—reinterpret my memories. […] I think this is one of the reasons I make films: my personal memories are always interwoven with those from various other sources, reading, listening and traveling (my own travels and those of others). It was hard then to remember the real past clearly, so I made films without knowing how true they really were. This was an important detail; it was like waking the dead and giving them a new soul, making them walk once more. It is the same when writing, sometimes it is just our imagination, arising from our desire to remember, as Gabriel García Márquez wrote: ‘The memory is clear but there is no possibility that it is true.’" — Apichatpong Weerasethakul

"There are always bits of myself in my films but sometimes people don’t know that. I used to feel very distant from my films. In my earlier films, I really kept myself out of the picture. But now every film is more or less a personal experience, from dreams or from people close to me. That’s why I keep making films in certain locations. They are mostly places where I cherish my childhood memories. I keep revisiting them to try to—how do you say—reinterpret my memories. […] I think this is one of the reasons I make films: my personal memories are always interwoven with those from various other sources, reading, listening and traveling (my own travels and those of others). It was hard then to remember the real past clearly, so I made films without knowing how true they really were. This was an important detail; it was like waking the dead and giving them a new soul, making them walk once more. It is the same when writing, sometimes it is just our imagination, arising from our desire to remember, as Gabriel García Márquez wrote: ‘The memory is clear but there is no possibility that it is true.’" — Apichatpong Weerasethakul