Scattered Desk

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I’m guessing these random thoughts are a result of working night shifts.

hiphoptoday:

M.I.A. - Gold (New)

Haven’t seen my pops in a few days. I go to the gym, and park in front of his truck. $5 he critiques my parking skills when I see him at home.

thereal1990s:

The Craft (1996)

(via 90s90s90s)

I never thought I’d say this, but I need to get back to Texas, and start the semester. I’m on a date with Mitchell because I’m so bored I thought I’d play that stupid Kim K app.

oldrockstars:

becoming older than 10 years old was the biggest mistake of my life

(via nativeslocally)

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The Eagles

newyorker:

A Western is identifiable by people on horseback in the West, and a musical involves singing and dancing. But what characterizes film noir? Richard Brody on the elusive genre: http://nyr.kr/1A6z3wz

“The term ‘film noir’ has come down to us as a product of a subordinate strain of French criticism, different from the one that came to dominate cinematic discourse with the concept of auteurism, as well as to dominate filmmaking itself through the innovations of the New Wave. It had no currency among Hollywood filmmakers of the forties and fifties, for the simple reason that French criticism over-all had little influence in the U.S. until the rise of the New Wave.”

Above: “The Maltese Falcon”