HOW MUCH LONGER MUST I WAIT FOR THIS CINEMATIC MASTERPIECE??? PRECIOUS IS HONNNGRRRYYY
Natasha: Cause this shit is like “Teen Mom” times six.
Mary: SOMETHING THAT COULD KILL YOU.
Mary: That would just EAT your insides.
Natasha: THAT LITERALLY TAKES YOUR LIFE.
Mary: And BREAK you.
Natasha: Because after you have a kid and LIFE BELONGS TO SOMETHING ELSE.
Mary: Something that KEEPS trying to kill itself!
Natasha: You are no longer Bella Swan running a Thinspo blog about Fangbanging down by that reservation….
Mary: You’re a husk of loose skin and lank hair.
Mary: Fetus vs. Baby.
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CAT FASHION SHOW PICTURES by Dustin Fenstermacher
GIBBONS. THIS WEEKEND. IT IS ONNNNNNNNNNN
Like music? We fucking love music. Which is why we’re so excited to finally announce that we’ve hooked up with SoundCloud to bring their network of sound (music, podcasts, standup, journalism, and pretty much anything audible) to Tumblr.
Not only can you cut-and-paste any SoundCloud track URL into your Audio posts, now you can search SoundCloud from the comfort of Tumblr!
And did we mention you can post an unlimited number of SoundCloud tracks every day? Yeah.
But where this really shines is on your beautiful blogs. We pull in the track info, album art, and play count, to display perfectly in your theme. Here’s one in our Well Liked theme:
And just when we thought it couldn’t get any better, our wonderful friends at SoundCloud just added a “Share on Tumblr” feature to their iPhone/Android apps, Tumblr buttons on all SoundCloud tracks, and Tumblr auto-posting for SoundCloud users. *swoon*
Get to posting. Enjoy!
Tumblr Android 2.0: Now available on the Android Market
Android users, say hello to the new Tumblr app, rebuilt from the ground up! We hope you’ll enjoy the updated features, including:
- New interface: A total redesign centered around Android’s hardware and software.
- Manage multiple blogs: It’s now a simple swipe to access your different blogs and manage your drafts, queue and followers on-the-go.
- Create a post: We’ve highlighted posting to Tumblr so you can share text, images, links, chats, quotes and videos whenever you want.
- Messages: View and reply to messages for each of your blogs.
- Address book: Find people to follow from your phone’s address book.
- New users: Sign up right from the app.
- Bonus: For quick sharing, you can post anything from your home screen via the Tumblr widget.
Go ahead and grab it on the Android Market!
Name Natasha Vargas-Cooper
Location Los Angeles
First Post July 2008
Natasha is a journalist. She’s written for The Atlantic, The Awl, The New York Times, and many other equally impressive publications. Her latest piece is on Rebecca Black for New York Mag. Before this, she spent several years working as a union organizer and health policy analyst for a labor union. (She also spent some time in Brooklyn not working.) She graduated Summa Cum Laude from UCLA with a double major in History and Public Policy. Natasha wrote a book called Mad Men Unbuttoned, and she created and hosts a monthly live storytelling series in LA called Public School.
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Name Papillion Institute of Art ARTE:ZINE
Location Los Angeles
First Post December 2009
ARTE:ZINE is a contemporary art zine run by the Papillion Institute of Art in Los Angeles. Established in the spring of 2010, PIA is a multi-disciplinary art space and gallery exhibiting emerging and established artists. Committed to education through the arts, PIA provides art workshops and classes year round taught by volunteer professionals and working artists. PIA TV is their online art network dedicated to creating and producing original web series based on art and the culture around it. The institute is also home to interactive projects like live streamed art openings, live streamed artist talks, and a short film screening series.
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“What in the history of thought may be seen as a confusion or an overlapping is often the precise moment of the dramatic impulse.” – Raymond Williams
Photo: Installation by Megan Geckler, currently on view at the Papillion Institute of Art.