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daedazer:

charliexxx:

welp.

man, I bet those guys got laid that night

HE FUCKING PLAYED IT WITH HIS MOUTH I AM SO AMAZED RIGHT NOW WOW

THIS IS FUCKING UNREAL

WHY ISN’T MY DRUMLINE THIS FUCKING COOL

Impressive.

SO. COOL.

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unypl:

From Left to Right: "The Exile," by Allan Folsom; "Remembrance of Things Past, Vol. 3: The Captive, The Fugitive & Time Regained," by Marcel Proust; “Zen in the Art of Archery,” by Eugen Herrigel; ”The Journal of Best Practices: A Memoir of Marriage,Asperger Syndrome, and One Man’s Quest to Be a Better Husband,” by David Finch
The Exile: Borrow I Read
Remembrance of Things Past, Vol. 3: Borrow I Read
Zen in the Art of Archery: Borrow I Read
The Journal of Best Practices: Borrow I Read  *This book identified by vaguely-downward. Thank you!!

unypl:

From Left to Right: "The Exile," by Allan Folsom; "Remembrance of Things Past, Vol. 3: The Captive, The Fugitive & Time Regained," by Marcel Proust; “Zen in the Art of Archery,” by Eugen Herrigel; ”The Journal of Best Practices: A Memoir of Marriage,Asperger Syndrome, and One Man’s Quest to Be a Better Husband,” by David Finch


The Exile: Borrow I Read

Remembrance of Things Past, Vol. 3: Borrow I Read

Zen in the Art of Archery: Borrow I Read

The Journal of Best Practices: Borrow I Read  *This book identified by vaguely-downward. Thank you!!

juxtapozmag:

One of our favorite features/artists that we have worked with this year is Pat Perry, an illustrator, photographer, and train travelin’ ramblin’ man. 

juxtapozmag:

One of our favorite features/artists that we have worked with this year is Pat Perry, an illustrator, photographer, and train travelin’ ramblin’ man. 

"Well-run libraries are filled with people because what a good library offers cannot be easily found elsewhere: an indoor public space in which you do not have to buy anything in order to stay. In the modern state there are very few sites where this is possible. The only others that come readily to my mind require belief in an omnipotent creator as a condition for membership. It would seem the most obvious thing in the world to say that the reason why the market is not an efficient solution to libraries is because the market has no use for a library. But it seems we need, right now, to keep re-stating the obvious. There aren’t many institutions left that fit so precisely Keynes’ definition of things that no one else but the state is willing to take on. Nor can the experience of library life be recreated online. It’s not just a matter of free books. A library is a different kind of social reality (of the three dimensional kind), which by its very existence teaches a system of values beyond the fiscal."

Zadie Smith, in the New York Review of Books.  (via neverwinter-tiffaninny)

YES!

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Nailed it in the last sentence.

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Zadie Smith on libraries

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noondayphotography:

GAZA UNDER THE RAINPLEASE NOTE THAT THIS DRAWING IS COPYRIGHTLESS.you are strongly encouraged to post it, print it, stick it on the walls of your city, and share it by any means with the biggest number of people you may know.please do mention/tag/link the author and/or his blog (mazenkerblog.blogspot.com) when it is possible.

noondayphotography:


GAZA UNDER THE RAIN

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS DRAWING IS COPYRIGHTLESS.
you are strongly encouraged to post it, print it, stick it on the walls of your city, and share it by any means with the biggest number of people you may know.

please do mention/tag/link the author and/or his blog (mazenkerblog.blogspot.com) when it is possible.

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uru-boros:

Mean while in Japan…

uru-boros:

Mean while in Japan…

AOC Street Art Inspiration #3

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wrenwestpresents:

by Shaun Tan

wrenwestpresents:

by Shaun Tan

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explore-blog:

Why habit is the secret of creativity.
Chuck Close would agree:  “Inspiration is for amateurs — the rest of us just show up and get to work.” As would E. B. White: “A writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word on paper.”

explore-blog:

Why habit is the secret of creativity.

Chuck Close would agree:  “Inspiration is for amateurs — the rest of us just show up and get to work.” As would E. B. White: “A writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word on paper.”

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"What if all women were bigger and stronger than you? And thought they were smarter? What if women were the ones who started wars? What if too many of your friends had been raped by women wielding giant dildos and no K-Y Jelly? What if the state trooper who pulled you over on the New Jersey Turnpike was a woman and carried a gun? What if the ability to menstruate was the prerequisite for most high-paying jobs? What if your attractiveness to women depended on the size of your penis? What if every time women saw you they’d hoot and make jerking motions with their hands? What if women were always making jokes about how ugly penises are and how bad sperm tastes? What if you had to explain what’s wrong with your car to big sweaty women with greasy hands who stared at your crotch in a garage where you are surrounded by posters of naked men with hard-ons? What if men’s magazines featured cover photos of 14-year-old boys with socks tucked into the front of their jeans and articles like: “How to tell if your wife is unfaithful” or “What your doctor won’t tell you about your prostate” or “The truth about impotence”? What if the doctor who examined your prostate was a woman and called you “Honey”? What if you had to inhale your boss’ stale cigar breath as she insisted that sleeping with her was part of the job? What if you couldn’t get away because the company dress code required you wear shoes designed to keep you from running? And what if after all that women still wanted you to love them?"

For the Men Who Still Don’t Get It by Carol Diehl  (via nomali-from-soweto)

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