Look at this adorable little terror. Her name is Montana.
"Everyone loves the horse because they’ve always seen her on puzzles and posters, her pelt shiny and smooth. And everyone hates the rat because it eats gross food and scurries around doing mysterious, possibly frightening things at night. Still, I’d rather be the rat. The rat goes where it wants - especially where it’s not wanted- while the horse has to wear a saddle and stay in the stable. And I do enjoy gross food from time to time, and want to go do some of those mysterious, possibly fighting things at night myself! "Yes," I think when contemplating the distasteful, wizened face of Tonya Harding peering out from the pages of old Peoples at my doctor’s office, “the rat is little but her bite is big.” - Lisa Carver on Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding.
Do any of you guys have experience fostering dogs?
gimme gimmmmme (Libertine F/W ‘14)
My first though “does Out actually look good or is this a prank.”
Our new mail lady just knocked on the door to introduce herself everyone is just so nice here!
Heyyyy it’s me!
Thanks to our good friend Hank May for putting on the fabulous show last night!
Hank May, Brooklyn, 1/13/14
My brother is killing it in Brooklyn. I wish we weren’t back to living 3000 miles apart but boy am I proud of him.
"American Horror" is the second single from Speedy Ortiz’s new EP "Real Hair".
I AM HERE FOR THIS.
a thing I’ve been thinking about
If we take “Magic Mike” and “Behind the Candelabra” as the first two installments in a trilogy, can the third be about the rise and fall of a fictional boy band in the mid-to-late nineties? With Philip Seymour Hoffman as the Lou Pearlman character? I would see the shit out of that movie.