You are working AGAIN?!?

You are working AGAIN?!?

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Nærøyfjord - Norway by Tomasz Furmanek

Please don’t delete the link to the photographers/artists, thanks!


"I came to Los Angeles in the summer, after I finished at the academy. My parents gave me some money and their blessing, and I drove for four days to Los Angeles. I thought I had a firm agreement with the agency, but when I arrived, I found that wasn’t the case. I came to Hollywood, but I’m not doing this for fame, but for the art. Anyways, I came here without an agent, acquaintances, and with very little money. I knew that if I wanted to stay, I’d have to do everything on my own. […] The first few months really weren’t easy. I slept in hostels, sometimes in the car, just to save money. After a while, I got a job - I sold furniture in a department store in Los Angeles - which made it a little easier because I was able to rent an apartment. Shortly after that, I met my manager, with whom I still work with today, and started to make my way into film and television.

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myassbrokethefall said: Bubble tea, oolong, chai!

bubble tea: what ride would you pick at an amusement park?

As a general rule, amusement parks are not my thing, but my mom’s family is from L.A. They grew up going to/waiting tables at Disneyland so I’ve been there enough times that it’s familiar and nostalgic and fun. My favorite ride is the Haunted House. It’s dark and relatively quiet. It smells like stale, cool, basement air, which is oddly one of my favorite smells. It never drops you down a hill or startles you with anything. It’s where I go when I’ve been dragged on enough roller coasters.

chai: what do you order at starbucks?

Tall, no water, soy chai. (None of that Oprah chai crap. Stop, Starbucks, I don’t want it.)

oolong: what are you hoping to be doing in ten years?

Own or modify a house to be off the grid. Have a job that is flexible enough to allow me to go on medical missions (MSF-style) or disaster relief response teams for…I’ll say months and really mean years. See all of my family(s) at least once a year. No more student loans. No more jaw surgeries. Be a foster parent (obviously contingent on status of medical missions). Speak at least a couple more languages. Travel. Hang out with animals. The usual.



Deconstructing Masculinity & Manhood with Michael Kimmel @ Dartmouth College


You know what I like, and feel is so important? That he doesn’t say “Men thinks those are THEIR positions”. He says “We think those are OUR positions.”

As a male feminist, he still doesn’t exclude himself from the group of men.

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