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bingin

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the adventures of jane + science

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fuckyeahbeer:

Good Beer Good Food and Good Business with Stone Brewing’s Greg Koch (by University of California Television (UCTV))

Forrest Gump(Greg Koch), who just stopped running, explains why Stone isn’t a bunch of snobs, they just make kick ass beer.

FuckYeahBeer!

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lovechafes:

leseanthomas:

CN takes over Taiwan’s subways. Source: http://www.thsrc.com.tw/event/2013_CartoonTrain/index.htm

I want to go to there.

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hospitalvespers:

fernando botero has just ruined my entire life

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pollums:

appolsaucy:

good-idea-poorly-executed:

lostwiginity:

Interesting.

This is actually really interesting.

I love that he pointed out that it’s different when men and women are objectified on film, not only because of the way our society views men and women, but also in the specific way those shots are framed

When consuming media it’s so important to remember that filmmakers and ad companies have so many tools at their disposal that the average viewer is not even aware of. The way a scene is set, the way the camera moves, which parts of a person are included in the fame, the number of seconds the camera views each particular part of a person. All of these things very subtly evoke responses from us. We don’t notice them because we aren’t supposed to notice them—if they are doing their job right, everything feels seamless and correct to the viewer. And even if we do notice, we may not be able to articulate it because most of us haven’t studied filmmaking techniques. 

If you think you are 100% impenetrable to the effects of the content you view, you are deluding yourself.

excellent explanation of the Male Gaze, a must watch

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high-fivingamillionangels:

what in the whole fuck is this

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