Good morning ☀️it’s the weekend but it seems our week never ends. The grind doesn’t let up. It’s time to move & roam the city that we love 🌇🌆 #chicago #love
You cannot control what you love—you watch it driving recklessly towards the broken bridge, the torn-up track, the horror of seventy years ahead.
One can’t love humanity. One can only love people.
last night, love this town. #latergram #regram #chicago (at Columbia Yacht Club)
Even when the Yacht Club is surrounded by ice chunks the size of basketball courts it’s a beautiful place to be!
Earlier this month, big, spherical balls of ice, called “ice boulders” or “ice balls” by locals, began washing up on the shores of Lake Michigan. Photographer Ken Scott has been photographing this annual event for several years.
Proof positive that in Chicago we have been freezing our balls off.
If you live in a major city and look really hard you may be able to find this movie somewhere within a day’s drive.
What a fucking shame! The Past will scare you more than any horror story, amaze you more than science fiction, make you cry more than any love story and put you more in touch with yourself than five years of therapy.
Nothing falls from the sky or blows up in this movie. There are no monsters, no super heros, no war heros, no mythical kings or gladiators. Just basically good people made ugly by shared circumstances which none of them can control.
For the price it took to make this movie, I doubt James Cameron could have paid the catering bill for Titanic. But if I had to put one movie in a time capsule, it would not be Titanic, nor Avatar, nor even The Dark Knight. It would be The Past.
This movie doesn’t take you out of this world; it takes you inside your own soul, which you will celebrate in one moment and wish you didn’t have in the next.
Don’t take my word for it and don’t say I’m nuts until you’ve seen it for yourself.
Bogotá, Colombia. I lived here for 10 years and wouldn’t trade them for anything.
This is a photo of a huge demonstration in favor of Bogota’s mayor, Gustavo Petro, who had been stripped of his job by another elected official. Basically, one man nullified the votes of thousands upon thousands of Bogotanos.
The Colombian people know how to express themselves even when it’s not election day. When they’re outraged they show it. We could take a cue from them when it comes to expressing outrage over power and money politics in the US.