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Best line to pick up a publishing professional? Yeah. It probably is.
I just have two words for you:
I watched this about a million times when I was younger.
I know I should pay more attention to the article, but the kitten shirt really scares me. I’m afraid to take my eyes off it in case it attacks…
All photographs courtesy of George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film © Nickolas Muray Photo Archives.
Harlequin for teens. Makes good trailers
The DOCTOR and Craig Ferguson
This shot doesn’t look so much like a Photoshop as it does a painting. It generated so much buzz that National Geographic actually had to track down photographer Frans Lanting in Africa to explain what’s going on in his photo for the people calling bullshit.
Basically what you’re seeing behind the trees isn’t the sky, it’s a sand dune (the white blotches are patches of white grass). The colors look off because the photo was taken at dawn, so the orange dune itself was bathed in light, while the foreground was still in shadow (that’s why the white clay of the foreground winds up looking blue, and the trees look like terrifying silhouettes).
Read more: 21 Images You Won’t Believe Aren’t Photoshopped (Part 8) | Cracked.com http://www.cracked.com/article_19392_21-images-you-wont-believe-arent-photosphopped-part-8.html#ixzz1YedRxTSK
The Woman Who Is Obsessed with Her Career and Is No Fun at All
I regularly work sixteen hours a day. Yet, like most people I know who are similarly busy, I’m a pleasant, pretty normal person. But that’s not how working women are depicted in movies. I’m not always barking orders into my hands-free phone device and yelling, “I have no time for this!” Often, a script calls for this uptight career woman to “relearn” how to seduce a man, and she has to do all sorts of crazy degrading crap, like eat a hot dog in a sexy way or something. And since when does holding a job necessitate that a woman pull her hair back in a severe, tight bun? Do screenwriters think that loose hair makes it hard to concentrate.
- Mindy Kaling (Kelly Kapoor of “The Office”) on one of the many specimens of women who exist in romantic comedies, but do not exist in real life.
Click here for the rest of Mindy’s guide to women in the movies.