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BAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
Sep 9, 2014 / 194,647 notes

BAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

(via ryeisenberg)

My friend died today.  Her name is Molly and she was a spirit so bright and warm you had no choice but to unfold in her presence.  She laughed so much and so perfectly.  She was a fellow red-head and we loved our hair and freckles, swimming together in a tv sea of blondes and brunettes.  She always messaged whenever I travelled to check in and tell me how glamorous things seemed.  Even though she knew it sometimes wasn’t.  She talked to me about being divorced and heartbreak and growth and love and forgiveness.  She listened.  
And understood.  
Molly would go into an audition, come out of the room and give you every helpful detail of the role for which you both were competing.  That’s how generously she lived her life.  
I first saw Molly in a show called “The Un-Easy Chair” at Writer’s Theatre in Chicago.  We weren’t friends yet.  And after the show an elderly couple mistook me for her and congratulated my performance.   If I can be so honored to emulate dear Molly and example her compassion and kindness, and honor her spirit and talent, then it is a life well-lived.  Universe, hold Joe and Chance and Declan tight - and may our waves of grief gently carry them through theirs.  I love you, Molly.  Thank you for blessing my life.

https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/fhp5/the-molly-glynn-memorial-trust?utm_source=facebook
Sep 6, 2014 / 1 note

My friend died today. Her name is Molly and she was a spirit so bright and warm you had no choice but to unfold in her presence. She laughed so much and so perfectly. She was a fellow red-head and we loved our hair and freckles, swimming together in a tv sea of blondes and brunettes. She always messaged whenever I travelled to check in and tell me how glamorous things seemed. Even though she knew it sometimes wasn’t. She talked to me about being divorced and heartbreak and growth and love and forgiveness. She listened. And understood. Molly would go into an audition, come out of the room and give you every helpful detail of the role for which you both were competing. That’s how generously she lived her life. I first saw Molly in a show called “The Un-Easy Chair” at Writer’s Theatre in Chicago. We weren’t friends yet. And after the show an elderly couple mistook me for her and congratulated my performance. If I can be so honored to emulate dear Molly and example her compassion and kindness, and honor her spirit and talent, then it is a life well-lived. Universe, hold Joe and Chance and Declan tight - and may our waves of grief gently carry them through theirs. I love you, Molly. Thank you for blessing my life.

https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/fhp5/the-molly-glynn-memorial-trust?utm_source=facebook

Sep 3, 2014 / 35,425 notes

billy-forsetti:

why is it that when dylan sprouse and calum hood had nudes leaked everyone praised how well they handled it and attacked those who leaked them, but when over 50 female celebrities have nudes leaked, the hacker responsible is called a ‘hero’ and the victims are called ‘sluts’ and ‘whores’

oh wait

i know why

(via ryeisenberg)

#kittylove
Sep 2, 2014

#kittylove

micdotcom:

Watch Jon Stewart rip Fox News a new one for their Ferguson coverage

#truth
Aug 27, 2014 / 3,884 notes
#LAstreetart 
#cityofangels
Aug 26, 2014 / 1 note

#LAstreetart
#cityofangels

#truth  (at Insight)
Aug 24, 2014

#truth (at Insight)

#chicagolove (at Buckingham Fountain)
Aug 21, 2014

#chicagolove (at Buckingham Fountain)

Let me be clear: Unarmed college hopefuls don’t deserve to be shot. Unarmed kids heading to work or trade school don’t deserve to be shot. Unarmed kids floundering aimlessly through life don’t deserve to be shot. Unarmed kids who have been in trouble—even those who have been nothing but trouble—don’t deserve to be shot.

The act of pinning the tragedy of a dead black teen to his potential future success, to his respectability, to his “good”-ness, is done with all the best intentions. But if you read between the lines, aren’t we really saying that had he not been on his way to college, there’d be less to mourn?

That’s dead wrong.

Aug 16, 2014 / 18,340 notes
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