iImprovise. iAct. iWrite. iStandup. iImpersonate.

I want to be the Carlton Banks of being Judd Apatow. or the Black Ryan Reynolds he seems pleasant.

Fav. Podcasts: You Made it Weird with Pete Holmes. ScriptNotes. Nerdist Writers Panel. The Champs with Neal Brennan and Moshe Kasher.

Let's be honest thought this is pretty much a Rashida Jones appreciation blog.

OOTD/Sartorial: http://sartorialsoliloquy.tumblr.com/

I’m still really upset and angry. He did it once, the camera happened to be on him, he did it once and I think it’s the funniest joke that’s ever been on our show. - Michael Schur (x)

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The Wisdom of Cole Brown

Real shit

tru dat Cole hah

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Title: Camus' Love Letters Artist: Albert Camus 13,991 plays


Selections of Albert Camus’ love letters, written in late 1959, from a rare BBC documentary of Camus’ life. Music by Erik Satie.

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Optimism sprouts from the knowledge that you are in control of your own life, not your past and not those around you. Part of being in control is taking responsibility for how you feel.

Augusten Burroughs (via thehousewelivein)

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Find something to die for, and live for it.

It’s not the bullet that kills you, it’s the hole.

Vito Acconci (via erosessere)

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People fall in love at the moments in their lives when they are most terrorized by possibilities.

Adam Phillips (via nowlylid)

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We are not transparent to ourselves. We have intuitions, suspicions, hunches, vague musings, and strangely mixed emotions, all of which resist simple definition. We have moods, but we don’t really know them. Then, from time to time, we encounter works of art that seem to latch on to something we have felt but never recognized clearly before. Alexander Pope identified a central function of poetry as taking thoughts we experience half-formed and giving them clear expression: “what was often thought, but ne’er so well expressed.” In other words, a fugitive and elusive part of our own thinking, our own experience, is taken up, edited, and returned to us better than it was before, so that we feel, at last, that we know ourselves more clearly.

Alain de Botton, Art as Therapy (via psychotherapy)

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Queen of the facial expressions: Rashida Leah Jones 

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