Mrs. Heather Lyons

investigationdiscovery:

A wife gets sweet revenge on tonight’s episode of Karma’s A B*tch at 10E/P. 

investigationdiscovery:

A wife gets sweet revenge on tonight’s episode of Karma’s A B*tch at 10E/P. 

— 1 year ago with 6 notes
nprfreshair:

Elizabeth Cline tells Terry Gross about how the competitive edge for Bangladesh in the garment manufacturing business is simply its low labor costs:

There is no other reason why a company would be doing business there. These deaths are happening because they are trying to step into the shoes of China. The cost of labor, the costs are going up in China and fashion companies are trying to maintain their margins and trying to maintain their cheap prices, so they want Bangladesh to do what China was doing. But Bangladesh can’t do that.

Image via ecoterre

nprfreshair:

Elizabeth Cline tells Terry Gross about how the competitive edge for Bangladesh in the garment manufacturing business is simply its low labor costs:

There is no other reason why a company would be doing business there. These deaths are happening because they are trying to step into the shoes of China. The cost of labor, the costs are going up in China and fashion companies are trying to maintain their margins and trying to maintain their cheap prices, so they want Bangladesh to do what China was doing. But Bangladesh can’t do that.

Image via ecoterre

— 1 year ago with 134 notes
peoplemag:


“I played a lawyer in a movie so many times I think I am a lawyer. And clearly I’m not a lawyer, because I got arrested.”

- Reese Witherspoon, speaking out for the first time since her Atlanta arrest, on Good Morning America

peoplemag:

“I played a lawyer in a movie so many times I think I am a lawyer. And clearly I’m not a lawyer, because I got arrested.”

Reese Witherspoon, speaking out for the first time since her Atlanta arrest, on Good Morning America

— 1 year ago with 210 notes
natgeofound:

Signpost on Kanton Island lists mileage to cities served by Pan American World Airways, January 1955.Photograph by Howell Walker, National Geographic

natgeofound:

Signpost on Kanton Island lists mileage to cities served by Pan American World Airways, January 1955.
Photograph by Howell Walker, National Geographic

— 1 year ago with 404 notes
getoutoftherecat:

stop that cat! stop lying to yourself… you do not have thumbs. you cannot draw Spider-Man.

That cat’s a real artist!

getoutoftherecat:

stop that cat! stop lying to yourself… you do not have thumbs. you cannot draw Spider-Man.

That cat’s a real artist!

— 1 year ago with 301 notes

investigationdiscovery:

Dates From Hell pedicab confessions

— 1 year ago with 1 note

Vitoria Regia Water Lily at Pantanal Matogrossense, Brazil

Wonder if they can hold a human?

Vitoria Regia Water Lily at Pantanal Matogrossense, Brazil

Wonder if they can hold a human?

(Source: lalulutres, via condenasttraveler)

— 1 year ago with 4120 notes
joebagofdoughnuts:

Batman can be kind of a Dick……

joebagofdoughnuts:

Batman can be kind of a Dick……

(via wilwheaton)

— 1 year ago with 8152 notes
nprfreshair:

Spring, we could walk your way forever.
Image via the Landscape Architects Network

nprfreshair:

Spring, we could walk your way forever.

Image via the Landscape Architects Network

— 1 year ago with 337 notes

deadlinecom:

Elizabeth Taylor, looking smashing…

(Source: norma-shearer)

— 1 year ago with 492 notes
So inspiring in a time that needs Mr. Rogers the most.

So inspiring in a time that needs Mr. Rogers the most.

(Source: herestotrulyliving12, via huffposttv)

— 1 year ago with 550 notes
thisistheverge:

Nanosponges could soak up deadly infections like MRSA from your bloodstream
Researchers have developed biomimetic nanosponges that could prove an effective way of dealing with antibiotic-resistant infections. Each nanosponge is a tiny polymer-based particle measuring 85nm (around one 300,000th of an inch) across that’s been wrapped in a red blood cell membrane. When scientists injected the material into mice, toxic proteins attached themselves to the nanosponges and were harmlessly transported to the liver for removal. 

Its a shame that this won’t cure autoimmune disorders.

thisistheverge:

Nanosponges could soak up deadly infections like MRSA from your bloodstream

Researchers have developed biomimetic nanosponges that could prove an effective way of dealing with antibiotic-resistant infections. Each nanosponge is a tiny polymer-based particle measuring 85nm (around one 300,000th of an inch) across that’s been wrapped in a red blood cell membrane. When scientists injected the material into mice, toxic proteins attached themselves to the nanosponges and were harmlessly transported to the liver for removal. 

Its a shame that this won’t cure autoimmune disorders.

— 1 year ago with 144 notes
transmediatic:

(via fastcompany)

The Writer Behind “Dark Night” and “Man of Steel” On Multitasking, Meditation, And Using Your Good Ideas. 
David S. Goyer, the writer behind “The Dark Knight” trilogy, “Man of Steel,” “Call of Duty: Black Ops” and the new Starz series “Da Vinci’s Demons,” credits a rigorous schedule and daily meditation with his multitasking successes.
Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper, conceived of the helicopter and developed a rudimentary theory of plate tectonics (among many other things), making him one of the most famous figures in history. And yet we know surprisingly little about the Renaissance Man—all of which makes him ideal fodder for historical fiction.
Da Vinci is just the kind of superhuman figure that David S. Goyer relishes. The screenwriter who crafted the Dark Knight movies (he cowrote that trilogy with director Christopher Nolan) and Man of Steel (the upcoming reboot of the Superman mythology, directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Nolan) has created Da Vinci’s Demons, a new series debuting this week on Starz.
Goyer is no slouch himself. The last TV show he created was the one-season ABC series FlashForward; he has directed movies, including Blade: Trinity and Zig Zag; he’s written two novels and he developed the story for the wildly successful videogames Call of Duty: Black Ops Iand II.
In a tightly scheduled 15 minutes, Co.Create asked the master multitasker how he manages it all and how he balances the expectations of die-hard fans with his own creative vision. Naturally, we couldn’t help squeezing in a question or two about the much-awaited Man of Steel.
Stick to a rigorous schedule- unless Zack Snyder calls.
If you have a good idea, don’t save it. Use it.
Help a director out.
Find the hole in the history.
Embrace Reinvention.
Here’s the full story.

transmediatic:

(via fastcompany)

The Writer Behind “Dark Night” and “Man of Steel” On Multitasking, Meditation, And Using Your Good Ideas.

David S. Goyer, the writer behind “The Dark Knight” trilogy, “Man of Steel,” “Call of Duty: Black Ops” and the new Starz series “Da Vinci’s Demons,” credits a rigorous schedule and daily meditation with his multitasking successes.

Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper, conceived of the helicopter and developed a rudimentary theory of plate tectonics (among many other things), making him one of the most famous figures in history. And yet we know surprisingly little about the Renaissance Man—all of which makes him ideal fodder for historical fiction.

Da Vinci is just the kind of superhuman figure that David S. Goyer relishes. The screenwriter who crafted the Dark Knight movies (he cowrote that trilogy with director Christopher Nolan) and Man of Steel (the upcoming reboot of the Superman mythology, directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Nolan) has created Da Vinci’s Demons, a new series debuting this week on Starz.

Goyer is no slouch himself. The last TV show he created was the one-season ABC series FlashForward; he has directed movies, including Blade: Trinity and Zig Zag; he’s written two novels and he developed the story for the wildly successful videogames Call of Duty: Black Ops Iand II.

In a tightly scheduled 15 minutes, Co.Create asked the master multitasker how he manages it all and how he balances the expectations of die-hard fans with his own creative vision. Naturally, we couldn’t help squeezing in a question or two about the much-awaited Man of Steel.

  • Stick to a rigorous schedule- unless Zack Snyder calls.
  • If you have a good idea, don’t save it. Use it.
  • Help a director out.
  • Find the hole in the history.
  • Embrace Reinvention.

Here’s the full story.

— 1 year ago with 92 notes

Lessons for a happy life!

(Source: amypoehler, via heyelaine)

— 1 year ago with 528914 notes