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October 14, 2014 at 10:56pm
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Liberace Talks About the Value of Being an Entertainer in a 1968 Interview Animated For PBS

I don’t profess to be a healer, a minister, a priest. I feel as an entertainer I can do more good for the world than I would if I were a soapbox orator or a self-made politician. I was, some years ago, privileged to have an audience with Pope Pius XII and later with Cardinal Cushing, and both of these men likened my work, dealing with the public in all parts of the world, to the work that they were trying to do from the pulpit. So I feel that if entertainment is that important, the media, then it’s my duty, not only to mankind but to God, to fulfill the promise that I carry on this work. If someone, for instance, can forget their pains and their ills and their strife by watching any performer then I think this work is worthwhile, yes.

October 2, 2014 at 1:48am
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8 common issues street photographers face and how to handle them.

(via designTAXI)

1:15am
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Aspirational, is a short film from Matthew Frost, which features Kirsten Dunst encountering two selfie-absorbed teens. A humorous ode to our sefie culture.

1:02am
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‘Bandstand’ is an ongoing project by Mexico-based artist Craig Robinson that shows how rock bands arrange their members onstage. 

An individual color and letter is assigned to each member. For example, S = singer, G = guitar, B = bass, D = drums, K = keyboards of various sorts and T = turntables. If the singer regularly plays an instrument, they get an additional pink ring around their icon. 
(via DesignTAXI)
Found this visual breakdown of how rock bands arrange their members onstage interesting. 

12:56am
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Buzzfeed creates a video that imagines what it would be like if women catcalled men. 

"What you got under that shirt sweetie? I bet it’s a good heart!"

I think they pretty much nailed it. 

12:44am
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This new activity book, Draw Paint Print Like Great Artists, looks like fun. As the author explains “every artist learns by looking at the work created by others, and then picks up bits of that and makes their own art in their own way.”

 

July 23, 2014 at 2:33pm
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You buy furniture. You tell yourself, this is the last sofa I will ever need in my life. Buy the sofa, then for a couple years you’re satisfied that no matter what goes wrong, at least you’ve got your sofa issue handled. Then the right set of dishes. Then the perfect bed. The drapes. The rug. Then you’re trapped in your lovely nest, and the things you used to own, now they own you.

— Chuck PalahniukFight Club

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‘Are You a Human’, A Quick Test Presented During a TED Talk by Ze Frank

1:53am
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Let this old man remind you to dance your cares away.

(via Relevant)

1:31am
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