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  • Reblogged from analyzingtaylor
    8 hours ago - August 21, 2014

    "I’m a fan of his and I think he’s a really interesting artist. (I posted a Vine to one of his tracks once.) But he stated clearly that he hadn’t seen the video and didn’t even intend to watch it. So, respectfully, that sort of invalidates his observations from the get-go. And it’s this one uninformed tweet that got reported on and rehashed, which started this whole “controversy.” We simply choose styles of dance that we thought would be popular and amusing and cast the best dancers that were presented to us without much regard to race or ethnicity. If you look at it carefully, it’s a massively inclusive piece. It’s very, very innocently and positively intentioned. And — let’s remember — it’s a satirical piece. It’s playing with a whole range of music-video tropes and clichés and stereotypes."

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    Mark Romanek, music video director, responding to rapper Earl Sweatshirt’s comments about the “Shake it Off” video……

    This should mark the final conclusion of that narrative.  Taylor should not even dignify anyone’s bait question about it.  Just refer to this quote.  It cannot be topped.

    (via analyzingtaylor)

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    Reblogged from jordansparrish
    8 hours ago - August 21, 2014

    jordansparrish:

    You are the best thing that’s ever been mine.

    (via stydiaofficial)


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    Reblogged from plaidswiftdays
    8 hours ago - August 21, 2014

    
❝People didn’t think of Taylor Swift as a glamor queen when she started. She was a real person who walked down the street in a pack with six other girls talking on her cell phone. As a young songwriter, she didn’t try to be something that she wasn’t. She just wrote about something she knew about: boys. And it resonated with her audience. And they held her up as a generational voice because of it. That’s what it takes, being honest and real. She wasn’t brazen, she wasn’t pushing sexuality. She was the conservative Middle America girl who said it for the Harpeth Hall girls and the Hillsboro High girls. She was the girl next door. She was a country music Madonna. She changed country music, then she crossed over to change pop music too.” ― Chris Gantry on Taylor Swift

    ❝People didn’t think of Taylor Swift as a glamor queen when she started. She was a real person who walked down the street in a pack with six other girls talking on her cell phone. As a young songwriter, she didn’t try to be something that she wasn’t. She just wrote about something she knew about: boys. And it resonated with her audience. And they held her up as a generational voice because of it. That’s what it takes, being honest and real. She wasn’t brazen, she wasn’t pushing sexuality. She was the conservative Middle America girl who said it for the Harpeth Hall girls and the Hillsboro High girls. She was the girl next door. She was a country music Madonna. She changed country music, then she crossed over to change pop music too.” ― Chris Gantry on Taylor Swift

    (via likeevers)


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    Reblogged from backtojulyninth
    8 hours ago - August 21, 2014

    hey hey hey! just think while you’ve been gettin’ down and out about the liars and the dirty, dirty cheats of the world, you could’ve been getting down to this. sick. beat!

    (Source: backtojulyninth, via wealmostbrokeup)


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    Reblogged from n-i-c-k-s
    8 hours ago - August 21, 2014

    (Source: n-i-c-k-s, via misssassythug)


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    Bad thing about a writer's mind 
    Reblogged from flamingdiva
    8 hours ago - August 21, 2014

    6am:Oh what a wonderful dream to wake up from. Now I'll give you five story ideas.
    1am:You're tired? Well I'm sorry but I must keep these ideas coming until it's almost 4am and you're dozing off on your computer/notebook.
    Shower:I know how you can solve this plot hole.... with this scene.
    In a store:That person over there looks like OC... oh! This gives me an idea! Who cares if you have nothing to write it down with.
    At a party:Wow... here's a great way to word that scene you can't get down. Too bad in five minutes you won't remember much more than two sentences. From different paragraphs.
    Timed test:You know what would be great? Instead of this happening, this happens and I am so glad this brilliant idea makes you want to write and not focus on this geometry question!
    While writing at a decent time:Yeah, I got nothing.

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    Reblogged from chanted-deactivated20130125
    8 hours ago - August 21, 2014

    420-247:

    chanted:

    I hate it when you are having a bad day and everyone takes it personally, like no i hate myself, not you. get the fuck over yourself.

    wow i’m actually so glad this post has been made

    (via wonderstay)


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    Reblogged from elvesarebad
    8 hours ago - August 21, 2014

    elvesarebad:

    i saw a gifset and ended up watching the entire show: a novel by me

    (via spiralshowbiz)


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    Reblogged from ts-1989
    8 hours ago - August 21, 2014

    
New bio on TaylorSwift.com

    New bio on TaylorSwift.com

    (Source: ts-1989, via wouldtheymakethisblogforyou)


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    Reblogged from heavunsbee
    8 hours ago - August 21, 2014

    Jennifer Lawrence for ELLE Magazine (2011)
    Jennifer Lawrence for ELLE Magazine (2011)

    (Source: heavunsbee, via wentzilla)


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