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There is border security & then there is a stupid, costly & largely useless wall- which is a metaphor for who is also Stupid,Costly & LARGELY & useless. Stop lying for the & get back to working for citizens &not just TrumpMafia &Rusha!




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Welcome to Emilia Romagna, the home of food: It's a bold claim, but I'm going to call it. Emilia Romagna may just be the home of food, certainly in Italy. Enjoy these top 13 food expeirences! The post Welcome to Emilia…




We've been slowly putting together the short film we shot in NYC towards the end of last year. Editing on-and-off between paid projects, here's a quick color-test for fun. Hopefully we'll be able to share more as we continue to push forward! . . . . …






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A Lawless Love

Ellie was yet again waiting for her father to finish work. They had dinner plans but he always seemed late to meet them. She walked over to the receptionist, who recognized the woman immediately. “I’m sorry, Ms. Slade. Your father is still busy. He told me to pass along his apologies and that dinner is on him.” The man handed her a platinum credit card. 

Eleanor understood from a very young age how she’d always have to share her father with the world. Even into adulthood. She sighed and thanked him before turning a quick heel into the elevator. 

Staring at her phone as the elevator descended, she didn’t notice when it stopped on another floor. She barely looked up before catching the glimpse of a familiar face. “Mr. Elliot?” The woman teased, using his last name. “What are you doing here so late?”