Originally Posted By taoistdrunk

taoistdrunk:

all the jobs i want are in D.C. but i do not ever, ever, ever, ever, ever want to live in D.C., help

Try San Franshitco

Originally Posted By whatevs

whatevs:

Do you ever find yourself wasting a lot of time wondering what to watch on Netflix or Amazon Prime? Are you the kind of person who gets very emotionally invested in television programs but thinks that 2,000 words about last night’s episode of How I Met Your Mother is overkill? When you watch a film, are you the type of person who keeps a running list of potential conversation topics in your head that you can’t wait to discuss and debate as soon as the end credits start rolling?
If you answered YES to one or more of the above questions, I’d like to talk to you about a new entertainment vertical that I’ll soon be launching for the New York Post. I’ll be hiring a number of talented team players for full-time staff positions in the following areas:
Sr. Editor
Writers
Social Media Editor
Producer
Designer
If this sounds intriguing to you or someone you know, please send me a note at MGRAHAM AT NYPOST DOT COM and tell me why you think we should talk. Please include a brief cover letter, which position(s) you’d like to discuss, your resume (or LinkedIn), as well as any samples (writing, designing or otherwise) that you feel demonstrate your passion and love for movies and TV.
Cool? Cool!

Did you ever want to move to New York? This could be your chance.

whatevs:

Do you ever find yourself wasting a lot of time wondering what to watch on Netflix or Amazon Prime? Are you the kind of person who gets very emotionally invested in television programs but thinks that 2,000 words about last night’s episode of How I Met Your Mother is overkill? When you watch a film, are you the type of person who keeps a running list of potential conversation topics in your head that you can’t wait to discuss and debate as soon as the end credits start rolling?

If you answered YES to one or more of the above questions, I’d like to talk to you about a new entertainment vertical that I’ll soon be launching for the New York Post. I’ll be hiring a number of talented team players for full-time staff positions in the following areas:

  • Sr. Editor
  • Writers
  • Social Media Editor
  • Producer
  • Designer

If this sounds intriguing to you or someone you know, please send me a note at MGRAHAM AT NYPOST DOT COM and tell me why you think we should talk. Please include a brief cover letter, which position(s) you’d like to discuss, your resume (or LinkedIn), as well as any samples (writing, designing or otherwise) that you feel demonstrate your passion and love for movies and TV.

Cool? Cool!

Did you ever want to move to New York? This could be your chance.

In honer of Old M’s slow decent into Hell, it’s depressing-rain-photo-a-day.

In honer of Old M’s slow decent into Hell, it’s depressing-rain-photo-a-day.

Originally Posted By d-e-q

d-e-q:

my east coast boyfriend keeps on saying, “we’re going to minnesota this week!” and i say, “no, michigan,” and he says “is there a difference?” and on the one hand i want to be offended and on the other i can’t come up with any solid differences. 

Originally Posted By chismosa-morenita

chismosa-morenita:

I heard a kid scream ‘you will never find happiness, it will make you miserable’ like as if she was a 8 yr old living jenny holzer piece.

“Happiness is the biggest weapon you have!” he shouted. “Every day, you have to fight through with happiness!”

(via taoistdrunk)

Originally Posted By 92y

92y:

Poet Marianne Moore threw out the first pitch at the opening of the 1968 baseball season at Yankee Stadium. From her poem “Baseball and Writing”:

Fanaticism? No. Writing is exciting and baseball is like writing. You can never tell with either how it will go or what you will do; generating excitement— a fever in the victim— pitcher, catcher, fielder, batter.

Listen to Marianne Moore read her poetry at 92Y in 1954. Play ball!

92y:

Poet Marianne Moore threw out the first pitch at the opening of the 1968 baseball season at Yankee Stadium. From her poem “Baseball and Writing”:

Fanaticism? No. Writing is exciting
and baseball is like writing.
You can never tell with either
how it will go
or what you will do;
generating excitement—
a fever in the victim—
pitcher, catcher, fielder, batter.

Listen to Marianne Moore read her poetry at 92Y in 1954. Play ball!

Still haven’t seen it.

Still haven’t seen it.

There’s a lot to unpack here.

http://flavorwire.com/448083/hinge-the-dating-app-that-doesnt-really-care-about-gay-people/

Originally Posted By artyucko

rendit:

::pops scratched copy of bows + arrows into the discman::
::considers irony::

“pffft.” 

What do YOU email about all day?

rendit:

::pops scratched copy of bows + arrows into the discman::
::considers irony::
pffft.” 

What do YOU email about all day?

(Source: artyucko)

Originally Posted By artyucko

Originally Posted By summeromegadeth

summeromegadeth:

0:30 (as performance starts): Okay, this sounds very 2006. This all looks very 2006.

 image

This. Fucking. Sucks.

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