ONE OF THE GUYS ON MILLION DOLLAR LISTING NY IS THE SON OF THE PRESIDENT OF PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN?
LIKE WOW NO SHIT YOU GOT A JOB IN REAL ESTATE
Star Trek Into Darkness Los Angeles premiere, May 14th, 2013
my skills include hesitating, missing opportunities and being full of regret
dondarrion replied to your post: lol go into a chinese musician’s tag find a post…
unfortunately, as you already know, white people
lol go into a chinese musician’s tag
find a post at the top of the page that says ~i thought this would be like kpop where it’s fun and happy but not what you want to listen to when you want good music
discovered a cpop radio station on itunes
somehow deluding myself into thinking this is better for my chinese (hahahahaha)
I said to Judy: “Why? You’re so accomplished and you’re so good! What the hell are you worried for?”. She said: “I’m always afraid that this is the time they’re going to catch me”.
George Cukor, on Judy’s lack of self-confidence while making A Star is Born
gymnastics, romantic comedies, great talks , figure skating, taylor swift/ red wine (they just go hand in hand sometimes)
GYMNASTICS, YES ANOTHER SUBJECTIVE SPORT TO RUIN LIVES WITH!
TAYLOR SWIFT + RED WINE + ME OT3
ROMCOMS!, nick/jess, wade/zoe, skating, michelle kwan
ALL APPROPRIATE THINGS
The first time I read ‘The Grapes of Wrath’ I was sitting in 10th grade English class. But there is one image that stays with me. The description of crops going unharvested even as workers are eager and willing to pick the food. he writes:
The works of the roots of the vines, of the trees, must be destroyed to keep up the price, and this is the saddest, bitterest thing of all. Carloads of oranges dumped on the ground. The people came for mils to take the fruit, but this could not be. How would they buy oranges at twenty cents a dozen if they could drive out and pick them up? And men with hoses squirt kerosene on the oranges, and they are angry at the time, angry at the people who have come to take the fruit. A million people hungry, needing the fruit—and kerosene sprayed over the golden mountains.
And the smell of rot fills the country.
He wrote those words more than 70 years ago, yet the conditions he describes still ring true for 50 million Americans living in food insecure households today… . Hungry families do not have enough food… [but] not because of scarcity. Every year 40% of food produced goes uneaten. That’s 20 pounds of food per person per day. And that is the twisted irony of hunger in America today. What Steinbeck called that crime that goes beyond denunciation, landfills brimming with rotting food while 15% of households don’t have enough to eat. —Melissa Harris-Perry [x
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