vintagegal:

Judy Garland on the set of The Wizard of Oz (1939)

vintagegal:

Judy Garland on the set of The Wizard of Oz (1939)

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armadillo:

when you say a joke in front of a big group and no one laughs

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enchantedoyster:

So I was looking up some inspiration for the Michonne costume I plan on doing for Halloween, and I see this picture at the top of the Google Images page. I saw several comments calling out the poster’s use of blackface, but I also saw many brushing those offended off as “whiners” and ignorant,” supporting the OP’s choice to appropriate and blatantly disrespect Black people. Here are s few of those comments:

- “If you think it’s racist and that word comes to mind then you are probably the one who is a racist!!”

-“Get over it and move on. This is why we can’t get ahead cause we are stuck in the past.” 

- “Lets all get over the past and not get overly exasperated by something just because it is slightly reminiscent of racism.” 

-“Stop referencing things that happened hundreds of years ago and get with the times people!” 

-“Everybody calling the racist card. What a joke. The character is African American! Wake up and stop whining”

-“This is not blackface. This a person innocently paying homage to a character she admires. What’s sad is that people make such a comparison. In effect, keeping racism alive.” 

(This post is coming from mobile, so I can’t post more than one picture, otherwise I would provide screenshots of the other pictures and the comments.) 

The website this was posted to, and the comments with it, can be found here: http://www.costume-works.com/michonne_the_walking_dead.html

enchantedoyster:

So I was looking up some inspiration for the Michonne costume I plan on doing for Halloween, and I see this picture at the top of the Google Images page. I saw several comments calling out the poster’s use of blackface, but I also saw many brushing those offended off as “whiners” and ignorant,” supporting the OP’s choice to appropriate and blatantly disrespect Black people. Here are s few of those comments:

- “If you think it’s racist and that word comes to mind then you are probably the one who is a racist!!”

-“Get over it and move on. This is why we can’t get ahead cause we are stuck in the past.”

- “Lets all get over the past and not get overly exasperated by something just because it is slightly reminiscent of racism.”

-“Stop referencing things that happened hundreds of years ago and get with the times people!”

-“Everybody calling the racist card. What a joke. The character is African American! Wake up and stop whining”

-“This is not blackface. This a person innocently paying homage to a character she admires. What’s sad is that people make such a comparison. In effect, keeping racism alive.”

(This post is coming from mobile, so I can’t post more than one picture, otherwise I would provide screenshots of the other pictures and the comments.)

The website this was posted to, and the comments with it, can be found here:
http://www.costume-works.com/michonne_the_walking_dead.html

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nerdist:

#FingerStache #Abraham

nerdist:

#FingerStache #Abraham

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thedisneykiid:

Happy Tony Tuesday! Tony slays as always! Is there nothing that this man can’t do?! Like seriously he has me in the bed right now like,  

"I’m a baritone, honey" 

Can you imagine Tony singing to baby Goldington?

I’m so done. I just love him.

ArtistTony Goldwyn
TitleWanting Things
AlbumPromises, Promises

lovepollution:

Tony Goldwyn (with Sean Hayes and Kristin Chenoweth) in Promises, Promises

koreanjohn:

latinobussy:

OMG

PEOPLE NEED TO STOP

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