"While working as an electrician at Windows on the World, in 2001, Konstantin Petrov documented the banalities of the World Trade Center “as though he’d known that all of it would soon disappear.”"
Summer Evenings in Portland
I’m merely the millionth voice chiming in on how sad and serious chemical dependency and depression are. RIP Robin Williams— James Gunn (@JamesGunn)August 11, 2014
Robin Williams taught us that comedy and drama can and should coexist. What a gift he gave us.— Charlie McDowell (@charliemcdowell)August 11, 2014
— Paul F. Tompkins (@PFTompkins)August 12, 2014
Asking “How could someone so funny and talented and wealthy be depressed?” just shows how ignorant most people are about mental illness.— Twitnter is Coming (@OhNoSheTwitnt)August 12, 2014
Telling people with depression to “just snap out of it” is about as useful as telling people with cancer to “just stop having cancer”.— Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais)August 13, 2014
Good morning! We were eating and saw a group of guys with cameras outside. And so we thought, let’s try this again. We don’t need the attention, but these wonderful organizations do: —>
(and don’t forget:)
Here’s to the stuff that matters. Have a great day!
So classy, so awesome.
All sadly true… but, also keep in mind:
Mass Shootings Aren’t On the Rise
I’ve spent 19 yrs teaching my daughter how not to be raped. How long have you spent teaching your son not to rape? #yesallwomen— Deanna Raybourn (@deannaraybourn)May 24, 2014
The #yesallwomen hashtag is filled with hard, true, sad and angry things. I can empathise & try to understand & know I never entirely will.— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself)May 25, 2014
This #YesAllWomen hashtag. exists because women are marginalized, gaslighted, threatened for standing up and daring to be treated better.— Jason Carlin (@the2scoops)May 25, 2014
#YesAllWomen because I want women to feel as safe and secure in their lives as men can.— Jason Warner (@_JasonWarner)May 26, 2014