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DURE$$


2K1X transexual cyborg dancer

whore of the ages

OAKLAND --> EARTH

©

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contraception:

straight people talk about their ‘opinion’ on gay rights as if queer people’s status as human beings is questionable


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theparisreview:

“If the essence of jazz exists in the moment of performance, then much of the work of the jazz elegy is to make such music legible while also acknowledging the futility of such a project.”
Chantal McStay on Rita Dove’s elegy for Billie Holiday, who died fifty-five years ago today.

theparisreview:

“If the essence of jazz exists in the moment of performance, then much of the work of the jazz elegy is to make such music legible while also acknowledging the futility of such a project.”

Chantal McStay on Rita Dove’s elegy for Billie Holiday, who died fifty-five years ago today.


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performance   jazz   presence   



asianartmuseum:

Love, love, love when our world collides with sci-fi. Here is Giger’s iconic Alien (RIP, Giger) depicted in traditional brush painting style, supposedly by Qi Baishi. Baishi was an acclaimed artist credited with transforming the brush art of China’s educated elite into a more universal art form embraced by all social backgrounds. In fact, we recently just wrapped up The Carved Brush, an exhibition of Baishi’s artworks!Anyway, here’s some backstory on this fantastic painting.

asianartmuseum:

Love, love, love when our world collides with sci-fi. Here is Giger’s iconic Alien (RIP, Giger) depicted in traditional brush painting style, supposedly by Qi Baishi. Baishi was an acclaimed artist credited with transforming the brush art of China’s educated elite into a more universal art form embraced by all social backgrounds. In fact, we recently just wrapped up The Carved Brush, an exhibition of Baishi’s artworks!

Anyway, here’s some backstory on this fantastic painting.


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  • Capitalists: Capitalism is the best system because it works by the laws of nature. Darwin! Natural selection! Only the strong survive!
  • Kropotkin: Actually, Darwin pointed out that in numberless animal societies, the struggle between separate individuals for the means of existence disappears, that struggle is replaced by co-operation and how that substitution results in the development of intellectual and moral faculties which secure to the species the best conditions for survival.
  • Capitalists: No
  • Darwin: Yes

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fendelaguerre:

THE WESTERN WORLD IS GOING DOWN THE DRAIN BITCH IM SO PREPARED EVEN IF IT MEANS IM BEING FLUSHED OUT TOO


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the-monstrumologist:

ydrill:

Enjoying bath

OH
MY
GOD
HOW
FUCKING
CUTE


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I love genderless entities

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alienpapacy:

supercorps:

Painting by Michelle Devereux

i love portraiture :~)

alienpapacy:

supercorps:

Painting by Michelle Devereux

i love portraiture :~)


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Air Horn with triple blast

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i’m gonna take care of this ant problem the way i do best 

boysinbarrettes:

*3d-prints a handgun*
*shoots at each individual ant*


82N  on  July  15th   ·  reblog
2014   



RUG life. berlin 07/2014

photobooth application, larry’s computer, future costume (found in west oakland in june), nervous hair helmet (wig, found in RUG)





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bag-of-dirt:

A view taken from Dresden’s town hall of the destroyed Old Town after the Allied British and American bombings between 13 and 15 February 1945. Some 3,600 aircraft dropped more than 3,900 tons of high-explosive bombs and incendiary devices on the German city. The resulting firestorm destroyed 15 square miles of the city center, and killed between  22,000 and 25,000 civilians. Dresden, Saxony, Germany. June 1945.

bag-of-dirt:

A view taken from Dresden’s town hall of the destroyed Old Town after the Allied British and American bombings between 13 and 15 February 1945. Some 3,600 aircraft dropped more than 3,900 tons of high-explosive bombs and incendiary devices on the German city. The resulting firestorm destroyed 15 square miles of the city center, and killed between  22,000 and 25,000 civilians. Dresden, Saxony, Germany. June 1945.


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