Nasty, Brutish, And Short

Yeah, this kid will stop being funny soon as he grows up enough to have the slightest modicum of power over anybody or anything. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Dead Fly Art

Thirteen more neat poses here. (via) Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Growth

Passion Looking Up by *In-the-picture on deviantART By Gerard De Nerval who insists no cropping or tweaking were involved in the production of this picture (besides watermarking). Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Missed Connections

Tuesday, October 6, 2009 -m4w (L train to Manhattan) You were reading Catch-22 on the subway this morning. I have never seen such a beautiful profile. I wanted to say hi, but then you’d turn towards me and I wouldn’t be able to look at your profile anymore. You were so into your book, I [Read More...]

Blasphemy Day Posters

Blaghag has photos of all the posters from her Non-Theist Society’s “Blasphemy Day” during which students were given poster board to say whatever they wanted about whatever they wanted, as a celebration of free speech.  Here’s just one of the 16 students filled up: Ouch for Aristotle.  Who saw that coming on a blasphemy poster? [Read More...]

We Are Made Of Information

H/T: Princessxxx (click the link for the code to bring this guy to life for yourself if you are unable to just drag him from my post into your own as I was) Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

United States Conference Of Catholic Bishops Review Of Invention Of Lying

makes the film sound must-see: The fashionable “new atheism” — popularized in book form by such authors as Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens — unexpectedly slithers its way into the neighborhood cineplex with the arrival of “The Invention of Lying” (Warner Bros.). Though its trailer gives no clue as to its true agenda, this venomous [Read More...]

Crumb’s Genesis

You can buy the book here. I had the chance to flip through it last night and it was spectacular. (via Culturebot) (via The New Yorker) (via Windows and Doors) See Blake Andrews’s site for more pictures of Crumb’s Genesis, contrasted with photos by Hin Chua for representing the Garden of Eden story. (via) Go to Boing [Read More...]

St. Vincent’s “Actor Out Of Work”

A little more awesome Annie Clark. First, here’s a brilliant video which I keep watching over and over.   It’s so hard to describe the way her immaculately deliberate, full mouthed enunciation in all her songs, including this one, conveys both a creepy intensity and almost mocking sense of overstatement and how her almost unnaturally [Read More...]


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