1. damsellover:

1947
    Reblogged from: damsellover
  2. lunawoman:

Cleo De Merode

    lunawoman:

    Cleo De Merode

    Reblogged from: greatgdean
  3. If they are from Austin, there is some nut in the tree somewhere.  Either they are all about the free dope, they are conspiracy nuts, or they think they can abolish all government agencies, or they are ex-hippies.

  4. Reblogged from: countrydarling
  5. Ignorance Is NOT Bliss

    There is a nifty little catch to the way I write these articles. I speak generally of I’ll behaviors and foul attitudes. I speak in open ended manner on purpose. If you then accuse me of attacking you personally, then you have just openly admitted to being guilty of said behavior or attitude. It is a rhetorical tactic, I fully admit. Falling for it is all on you.

  6. tristikov:

Rev up dat glorious Colt Single Action Army.

    tristikov:

    Rev up dat glorious Colt Single Action Army.

    Reblogged from: xion1212
  7. xion1212:

Brb getting ring

    xion1212:

    Brb getting ring

    Reblogged from: xion1212
  8. vanfullersublime:

    The Little Fairy

    Of course it’s Marci, who is actually rather large for a fairy. But she is bursting with magic, all the same.

    Reblogged from: vanfullersublime
  9. justcallmethelikequeen46:


Myrna Loy, 1929

So beautiful

    justcallmethelikequeen46:

    Myrna Loy, 1929

    So beautiful

    Reblogged from: decadentlullaby
  10. vanfullersublime:

    Red Molly

    This is—I think!—my fourth collaboration with Molly, and the fourth time words have failed me. 

    Reblogged from: vanfullersublime
  11. Reblogged from: ghastlydelights
  12. Reblogged from: story-dj
  13. gutsanduppercuts:

    Meiko Kaji in “Lady Snowblood” (1973) and Lucy Liu in “Kill Bill Vol. 1” (2003).

    Reblogged from: gutsanduppercuts
  14. It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation.
    Herman Melville (via missfolly)
    Reblogged from: missfolly
  15. silverscreams:

THE ISLAND OF LOST SOULS, 1932.

    silverscreams:

    THE ISLAND OF LOST SOULS, 1932.

    Reblogged from: silverscreams
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