Reckless but determined. Lives in Los Angela Lansbury.
People Magazine’s Most Likely to be Late to Work 📸@jpbolles
Look at this pup we’re fostering! She’s around 8 years old and is looking for someone to call mom or dad 4 lyfe. If you’re interested in meeting the sweetest little girl, she’ll be attending @maedayrescue’s adoption event at @platform_la in Culver City this Saturday from 11-2.
Not normally a sunset guy but jeez.
Bob voyage, Tim! A year ago today we drank ourselves into a stupor watching the election results pour in and now you’re off breaking hearts in Bangkok. Thanks for being the best friend a girl could ask for. Also, you should get Instagram again so you can read this 👐
I hope you feel about something the way I feel about this book. It destroyed me in good ways and great ways.
Lowell bought a house!
couple of roof goons
Happy birthday to my beautiful sister!
📸 by Troy
An unremarkable apartment complex sits atop what used to be called Führerbunker, the bunker where Hitler committed suicide. After WWII, East Germany worked to remove and destroy any artifacts from Nazi occupied Germany. This included the bunker, which was partially demolished in the late forties. The area was neglected until after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Then, in the 90s, ashamed of their past, the German government insisted that any remnants of Führerbunker be destroyed and an unremarkable and unimportant building be built in its place. This is exactly what I saw when I visited Berlin last year. There are no plaques or statues remembering Führerbunker. Just a boring old building and courtyard, pictured here.
As it should be.