MJFO
Hey! I'm Will. I live in Los Angeles, but grew up in Chicago. I used to run a radio station called WECB and I also make films and do some photography.
MJFO
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theclearlydope:

This is mind blowing, folks.
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tastefullyoffensive:

How to Pet Animals by Adam EllisPreviously: Animated Animal Facts
tastefullyoffensive:

How to Pet Animals by Adam EllisPreviously: Animated Animal Facts
tastefullyoffensive:

How to Pet Animals by Adam EllisPreviously: Animated Animal Facts
tastefullyoffensive:

How to Pet Animals by Adam EllisPreviously: Animated Animal Facts
tastefullyoffensive:

How to Pet Animals by Adam EllisPreviously: Animated Animal Facts
tastefullyoffensive:

How to Pet Animals by Adam EllisPreviously: Animated Animal Facts
tastefullyoffensive:

How to Pet Animals by Adam EllisPreviously: Animated Animal Facts
tastefullyoffensive:

How to Pet Animals by Adam EllisPreviously: Animated Animal Facts
tastefullyoffensive:

How to Pet Animals by Adam EllisPreviously: Animated Animal Facts
tastefullyoffensive:

How to Pet Animals by Adam EllisPreviously: Animated Animal Facts
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nprfreshair:

The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dalì, 1931 + fat cats
Have a great weekend! 
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maxistentialist:

Community has pulled off one the most patient easter eggs ever.
In one episode of each of the first three seasons, the word “Beetlejuice” was used off-handedly in a joke. If you’ve seen the movie Beetlejuice, the titular mischievous ghost would appear in the world of the living if anyone said his name three times. So, sure enough, on the third mention by a Community character, this guy appears in the background for exactly two seconds. They patiently waited three years to reach that punchline.
maxistentialist:

Community has pulled off one the most patient easter eggs ever.
In one episode of each of the first three seasons, the word “Beetlejuice” was used off-handedly in a joke. If you’ve seen the movie Beetlejuice, the titular mischievous ghost would appear in the world of the living if anyone said his name three times. So, sure enough, on the third mention by a Community character, this guy appears in the background for exactly two seconds. They patiently waited three years to reach that punchline.
maxistentialist:

Community has pulled off one the most patient easter eggs ever.
In one episode of each of the first three seasons, the word “Beetlejuice” was used off-handedly in a joke. If you’ve seen the movie Beetlejuice, the titular mischievous ghost would appear in the world of the living if anyone said his name three times. So, sure enough, on the third mention by a Community character, this guy appears in the background for exactly two seconds. They patiently waited three years to reach that punchline.
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catp0rn:

this is it. this is the most important gif on tumblr.com
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(via Emmys: ‘Mad Men’ Stars Hawk Products in ‘For Your Consideration’ Campaign (Photos) Gallery - The Hollywood Reporter)
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kateoplis:

'Morning
kateoplis:

'Morning
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'Morning
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good:

Haha. Totally. This photo misses the Gen Y population. I sometimes think about Dos 2.0 and the Oregon Trail game. It was easy then, bulky, but easy. Speaking of, my insta needs the new update. #technology #socialmedia #zackmorriscellphone #iphone Post by: @_azureantoinette http://ift.tt/1m2bZWO
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(via Emmys: ‘Mad Men’ Stars Hawk Products in ‘For Your Consideration’ Campaign (Photos) Gallery - The Hollywood Reporter)
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(via Emmys: ‘Mad Men’ Stars Hawk Products in ‘For Your Consideration’ Campaign (Photos) Gallery - The Hollywood Reporter)
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(via Emmys: ‘Mad Men’ Stars Hawk Products in ‘For Your Consideration’ Campaign (Photos) Gallery - The Hollywood Reporter)
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thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
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