Here's what I know:

It takes two seconds to be nice to someone.

Think three steps ahead.

You don’t really own anything you can’t carry on your back at a dead run.*

Good comedy punches up, not down.**

* Quote from Daniel Keys Moran
** This goes for pretty much everything.
Kick upwards.



Hot Springs Hotels

New York City-based photographer Brian Klutch is an advertising and editorial photographer, primarily known for his still life work. He recently sent out a promo featuring his new personal series, “Hot Springs,” architectural images of run-down hotels, that were once spectacular vacation destinations. In his artist statement, Klutch says, the town, Hot Springs, Arkansas, “was Las Vegas before Las Vegas ever was.” Named for it’s proximity to natural hot springs, the town began its development into a booming spa destination in the 1830s, adding fancy hotels, restaurants, underground casinos (gambling was illegal under Arkansas law), brothels, and later a horse race track. Hot Springs was frequented by the who’s who of their time—Mae West, Duke Ellington, Babe Ruth and Franklin D. Roosevelt. It all came to a close in 1967 after a massive government crackdown. 

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white people: mike brown robbed that store!

Lawyer: no he didn’t

Store owners: nope

Eye witnesses: nah

white people:


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