Similar to the venerable Dollar Shave Club ad, right down to the beat-drop sign off.

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I hadn’t seen or thought of this before, but I’m not terribly surprised. Last night I watched Marty (1955) and realized that Woody Allen likely borrowed its long date sequence for Manhattan (1979).

What makes something original? This notion that art is derivative, and the extent of its prevalence, has only begun to sink in for me in the last couple of years.

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Cobbler is catching on.

Cobbler is catching on.

(Source: ladypartsmag)

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I remembered this line today and laughed out loud to a few concerned-looking train passengers. Which is weird because it’s NY and random crazy laughs are the norm.

Summer dusk in Manhattan.

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Every New Yorker’s worst nightmare is also every gamer’s.

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paulscheer:

TONIGHT on COMEDY BANG BANG on IFC 

I try to OUT TERRY RICHARDSON TERRY RICHARDSON. 

WATCH A CLIP 

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Conor Byrne just snagged first prize for Foureyes at Cannes under the North American Short Film category.

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Iraqi men boarding trucks to join the fight against the insurgents.

Iraqi men boarding trucks to join the fight against the insurgents.

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Saw a guy walk out of here with a look that said “I know how to fly but I choose not to and I won’t give away my secret either.”

Saw a guy walk out of here with a look that said “I know how to fly but I choose not to and I won’t give away my secret either.”

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