piratejb said: Another idiot blaming mass shootings on guns and not the people who use them #ignoranceisbliss
Funny thing about mass shootings, they require guns. Guns that are too easily acquired. If you want to drive a car, you have to go through many hours of training, takes multiple tests, and renew every # of years. What does it take to get a rifle? Money. A pistol isn’t much harder.
I reblogged those Daily Show gifs because it was hilarious and on point. You, like so many other people, would rather regurgitate the same trite, shitty bumper sticker logic that’s been around for decades, than think of a possible solution to this problem. You are the person the Daily Show is making fun of. #hashtag
From a potential lead who died of a drug overdose to a marshmallow man suit that went up in flames,Ghostbusters looked like anything but a slam-dunk when Columbia Pictures made it. How Dan Aykroyd’s big idea led to an all-time comedy classic.
I never saw Ghostbusters in the cinema, but it was the first film I remember friends quoting the entire thing at me. I also have an odd memory attached to it - which was the first time I’d ever seen a sign humanized.
Local cinema in stafford. Big, old skool lettering above it, three boards for the three screens. Beneath the Ghostbusters one it read:
MUST CLOSE THIS DECADE.
And nine year old me just sort of quirked his head, and got a whole lot of things simultaneously.
L’enfer Cabaret, Boulevard de Clichy, Montmartre, Paris
Built circa 1890; demolished circa 1952.
Entertainment inside the “inferno of hell” included musicians dressed as devils and interior volcanos that spewed scented lava of molten gold.
After the “cabaret artistique” was demolished, the site became a Monoprix retail store.
— Annie Clark (via sufjand)
Girls skating in the seventies. Including Laura Thornhill, (mostly), Kim Cespedes, Robin Logan, Ellen-Oneal, Short shorts, long hair & fancy footwork.