Shirley MacLaine and Robert Mitchum in What a Way to Go! (1964)
I love you
Holy. Crap. I just found an email argument between me and some random internet person about evolution and creationism. Apparently I thought this was important enough to print out and save for TWENTY YEARS!!!
Cannot tell you how many times I’ve been on the phone with Hank and it’s clear he isn’t listening and then I say you’re not listening and then he says, “Hold on someone on the Internet is wrong about something.”
EVERY SINGLE REBLOG
WILL GET A THING IN THEIR ASK
OF YOU ACTUALLY
247 REBLOGS, I HAD TO GO THROUGH. I HIT ASK LIMIT LITERALLY EVERY HOUR. AND MOST OF YOU DON’T EVEN APPRECIATE IT. AUUGH
HOW THE FUCK…
why is this so hard for people to understand
I love how everyone is so anti against stealing these pictures and pointing how illegal it is yet they keep sailing on the pirate bay for torrents of movies and such. Ah to have an opinion on something while totally ignoring your flaws.
How do you know all these people are torrenting movies? Receipts pls
also, i’m going to go ahead and state that the SEXUAL VIOLATION of a woman, by stealing and sharing photos NEVER meant for public consumption, trumps a download of a movie that was made for the public.
Should people pay for movies? Hell yes, it’s why I have an entire bookshelf overflowing with dvds and blurays, because I’m a terrible fucking movie addict. Does this comparison create a false equivalence? Yep. So stop.
Dot work tattoos by Ilya BrezinskiStPete based tattoo artist and talented illustrator Ilya Brezinski shows off his best in dot-work technique. Whatever the material – skin or paper Ilya handles each work with a lot of care and attention to details.
People have been asking for info on the images from this post, so here we go:
- Portrait of the Princess of Zanzibar and her attendant, Scotland
- A servant or enslaved woman, Italy
- Scene from Terence, France
- A Peruvian noblewoman, Italy
- The Agrippine Sibyl, Netherlands
- A Brazilian Woman, Netherlands
- Scene from the Aethiopica, Flanders
- Madamoiselle de Clermont en Sultane, France
- Study of a Woman, Netherlands
- Allegory of Music, Italy
- Portrait of Kalmyk Girl Annushka, Russia
- Dido Elizabeth Belle, Scotland
- Portrait of a Young Woman, Switzerland
- Portrait of a Young Woman, Netherlands
- La Zamba a La Procesion, Peru/Spain
- Their Pride, by Thomas Hovenden, U.S.
- Portrait of a Black Girl, Slovenia
- Fanny Eaton, England
- Photograph of an Unknown Woman
- Eva Green, by Henri Robert. Oil on Canvas, 24 x 20 1/8 inches. 1907. Roland P. Murdock Collection, Wichita Art Museum.
- Unknown Woman from a Portrait for Sale on Ebay
I’ve seen these images being reposted various places online. This is all the information I have on them, for you who are curious about the paintings and photographs, and then women in them.