Can you say why America is the greatest country in the world?

(via blkisacult)

latimes:

Remember this video we posted in August? We’ve got a profile up on Colin Rich today.

Rich considers the film a work of self-expression and, despite several offers from television producers, insists the footage is not for sale.

But its success helped him land new work for the production company he started with Ahmanson last year. He’s been shooting time-lapse images for commercials as well as for “R.I.P.D.,” a film starring Jeff Bridges that is scheduled for release next year.

Rich said the most common reaction to “LA Light” from viewers in Southern California was amazement — they’d never seen their city that way before.

“It’s just such a different perspective from being stuck in a car, waiting an hour to go down the road,” said Matthew Givot, a local photographer. “You realize the city has this incredible order and system.”

This is beautiful. Los Angeles is an amazing city if you just take the time to appreciate all of it — from the wealthy to the working class and everything in between.

(via obliviousnerdgirl)

One scene containing two lines that I often slip into everyday conversation: “Ah like you uh-lot” and “So you’re telling me there’s a chance.” I found that these references only work with a certain age group and above though. Anyone younger just looks at me like I’m an old psycho.