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lissinator:

oldmanstephanie:

an autobiography

this is so relevant to my life

whatwouldcarriesay:

"Easy Come, Easy Go" 3x09

tennesseenole:

poetwithoutadream:

i love this fucking quote so fucking much

Frick that’s beautiful

“I find suggestion a hell of a lot more provocative than explicit detail. You didn’t see Clark [Gable] and Vivien [Leigh] rolling around in bed in Gone With The Wind, but you saw that shit eating grin on her face the next morning and you knew damned well she’d gotten properly laid.” ― Joan Crawford

breakingnews:

Actor, filmmaker Harold Ramis dies at 69
Chicago Tribune: Actor, writer and director Harold Ramis has died at 69, his wife said. 
Ramis was best known for his work on “Groundhog Day” and “Ghostbusters.”

Ramis, a longtime North Shore resident, was surrounded by family when he died at 12:53 a.m. from complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, a rare disease that involves swelling of the blood vessels, his wife Erica Mann Ramis said. He was 69.
Ramis’ serious health struggles began in May 2010 with an infection that led to complications related to the autoimmune disease, his wife said. Ramis had to relearn to walk but suffered a relapse of the vaculitis in late 2011, said Laurel Ward, vice president of development at Ramis’ Ocean Pictures production company.

Follow this story and reaction on Breaking News. 
Photo: Director Harold Ramis works on the Woodstock, Ill., location of “Groundhog Day,” in 1993. (Columbia Pictures photo)

breakingnews:

Actor, filmmaker Harold Ramis dies at 69

Chicago TribuneActor, writer and director Harold Ramis has died at 69, his wife said. 

Ramis was best known for his work on “Groundhog Day” and “Ghostbusters.”

Ramis, a longtime North Shore resident, was surrounded by family when he died at 12:53 a.m. from complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, a rare disease that involves swelling of the blood vessels, his wife Erica Mann Ramis said. He was 69.

Ramis’ serious health struggles began in May 2010 with an infection that led to complications related to the autoimmune disease, his wife said. Ramis had to relearn to walk but suffered a relapse of the vaculitis in late 2011, said Laurel Ward, vice president of development at Ramis’ Ocean Pictures production company.

Follow this story and reaction on Breaking News

Photo: Director Harold Ramis works on the Woodstock, Ill., location of “Groundhog Day,” in 1993. (Columbia Pictures photo)

sonicmeifyoudare:

4 pictures of Hugh & Lisa, asked by someonelikehugh 

I miss them !!

alwayswriterandcop:

Caskett kisses + coming back for more

Everything I’ve ever done, every choice I’ve ever made, every terrible, and wonderful thing that’s ever happened to me.. it’s all led me to right here, this moment,  with you.