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With over 500 votes and a little less than 5 days left in the first round of the Killing The Breeze Best Film Actor/Actress of all time tournament challenge, the public has mostly… Continue reading
Unlike a lot of other people, my love for all things silk and navy and tapered comes from a completely pure origination. I was not surrounded by fashion-loving or even fashion-interested people growing up. Not at home and not in school. I’m not from the East Coast or West Coast – I wasn’t surrounded by ‘styles’ and ‘looks’ and ever-evolving estimations of ‘what’s in’ and ‘what’s now’. Instead, I was – I am – a lucky student of style from simply – and most beautifully, in my opinion – the world around me.
Daniel Bergner| New York Times| May 22,2013She met her husband at a bar nearly two decades ago: she joked with him over a foosball table, watched him clown on the dance floor. “I had a professor at college who talked about ‘the attraction template.’ My husband’s right inside my attraction template,” she said. She remembered his dark hair, his boyish looks, the way she’d felt they fit together, because they were both on the short side. “And he’s a stand-up guy. He has an excellent sense of what’s right and what’s wrong. He can make fun but not in a way that hurts anyone.”
When they were dating and out with other couples, Linneah would think, “I just want to get home with him, I just want to get home with him,” she recalled. But that lust had dwindled. Around the arrival of their second child in 2004, something insidious crept in, partly fatigue but partly something else that she couldn’t name. She talked about her to-do lists, the demands of the kids, “but let’s face it,” she said, “sex doesn’t take that much time.” Rather than feeling as if she still wanted to grab her husband’s hand and hurry him up the stairs in their small brick house, on many nights she waited in bed, somewhat like prey, though the predator was tender, though he was cherished.
Everyone has an opinion–IMDB, AMC and VICE have voted. It’s KTB’s turn– let us know who is the best actor and actress of all time? Click here to vote!
Why is it that beautiful, intelligent women who have the world at their feet are ultimately scared to be by themselves. Why should a woman who has everything going for herself settle? Because my darlings, she is in love with a man child, may I correct myself a child. For example, a 6’2 child, who is a doctor and whose major extra curricular activity in addition to be being cheap is a hopeless dreamer. Now, this is not a treatise about not following your dreams or even for enjoying yourself but about men who are children none the less.
This Monday– help us crown the Best Actor/Actress of All Time!