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noorannmatties:

Selections from ‘Rituals’, by Noorann Matties

Forced to examine ourselves in ways many normally avoid, Rituals as a project sought to capture the moment in which we our lives become devoid of distraction and we become intimately aware of ourselves. By photographing people’s personal beauty rituals I attempted to capture this awareness, this intimacy that occurs only when one is forced to examine their own body, the most basic thing that is theirs, and build upon it.

view the complete series at http://inconnumag.com/rituals/

pulpatoon:

thenearsightedmonkey:

Dearest Students,

This is my own composition notebook homework assignment in progress. Professor Chewbacca reflects on the crayon experience. I’ve inked it and now I’m coloring it in

I like to figure out problems in my composition notebook using drawing and slow writing and non-photo blue pencil to help me with certain problems that defy being approached head on. I’ve found there is something to moving ones hand in a certain way — like a coloring way— while filling in a space and half thinking and half not-thinking about this something you are trying to figure out that invites possible answers to present themselves..

Sincerely,

Professor Chewbacca

From all appearances, Lynda Barry is continuing to teach the best class.

streussal:

Yeah, well, I worry more about scientists than science.

#SARAH MANNING #knows the system #sarah manning has been kicked around by people in power #sarah manning knows to be suspicious of all that shit #religion and science — what does it matter if it’s all a bunch of sexist white dues trying to control the #lives and bodies of everyone else? #she has such a good read about who to trust and who to protect #it breaks my heart #she tries to be out for herself and her people #but she keeps expanding her idea of what her circle of ‘her people’ constitutes #because she’s got such a good heart #oh i love sarah so much (via mswyrr)

#*rolls around in tags* #i love that our protagonist is explicitly from a working class/low income background #instead of one of her middle or upper-class status fellow clones #that she was raised by a woman who is suspicious of the police and this is treated as REASONABLE #the default position of the show is automatically to be wary of those in positions of power #her and Felix have always been aware of this

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2headedsnake:

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"I strongly believe that people with access to knowledge have a moral responsibility to learn how to communicate that knowledge clearly."

 

youngtitan213:

Saturday Morning doodles.

Basically, if you’re not watching Sleepy Hollow, you should be. I don’t watch a lot of tv, but out of the handful of current shows I watch now, this is easily my favourite.

How fortuitous.

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penthesileas:

SEA FEVER / a mix of traditional maritime music and some instrumentals from films evoking the spirit of sailing the high seas

01. Treasure Island - Hans Zimmer / 02. Sea Fever - The Kingston Trio / 03. Old Polina - Great Big Sea / 04. Home Boys Home - Quilty / 05. The Rambling Sailor - Tim Hart & Maddy Prior / 06. Barrett’s Privateers - Stan Rogers / 07. Reuben Ranzo - The X-Seamen’s Institute / 08. Handsome Cabin Boy - The Jolly Rogues / 09. The Dreadnaught - Tom Sullivan / 10. All for Me Grog - Louis Killen, Jeff and Gerret Warner, and Fud Benson / 11. Away Rio - The Kingston Trio / 12. Jack Sparrow - Hans Zimmer / 13. The Catalpa - The Real McKenzies / 14. Dark Eyed Sailor - Steeleye Span / 15. My Light, Maria - Pale Young Gentlemen / 16. Lowlands O’ Holland - The Corries / 17. The Sloop John B. - Dicey Doh Singers / 18. Folk Medly from Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World - Richard Tognetti, Phillip Ayling, Eric Riegler, Jim Walker / 19. Drunken Sailor - Blaggards / 20. Homeward Bound - Stuart M. Frank
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penthesileas:

SEA FEVER / a mix of traditional maritime music and some instrumentals from films evoking the spirit of sailing the high seas

01. Treasure Island - Hans Zimmer / 02. Sea Fever - The Kingston Trio / 03. Old Polina - Great Big Sea / 04. Home Boys Home - Quilty / 05. The Rambling Sailor - Tim Hart & Maddy Prior / 06. Barrett’s Privateers - Stan Rogers / 07. Reuben Ranzo - The X-Seamen’s Institute / 08. Handsome Cabin Boy - The Jolly Rogues / 09. The Dreadnaught - Tom Sullivan / 10. All for Me Grog - Louis Killen, Jeff and Gerret Warner, and Fud Benson / 11. Away Rio - The Kingston Trio / 12. Jack Sparrow - Hans Zimmer / 13. The Catalpa - The Real McKenzies / 14. Dark Eyed Sailor - Steeleye Span / 15. My Light, Maria - Pale Young Gentlemen / 16. Lowlands O’ Holland - The Corries / 17. The Sloop John B. - Dicey Doh Singers / 18. Folk Medly from Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World - Richard Tognetti, Phillip Ayling, Eric Riegler, Jim Walker / 19. Drunken Sailor - Blaggards / 20. Homeward Bound - Stuart M. Frank

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"Now, it’s entirely possible that Hank and Steve, badly outmanned and outgunned, somehow survive this apparent slaughter and escape with their prisoners intact. I would tend to doubt it, though. (Hank beating the Cousins with a little advance warning was stretch enough; this would make him Batman.) This was us getting to watch Hank enjoy his triumph right before it and his life are snatched away, at the hands of some of the more loathsome characters in the history of the series. Not that the Cousins were good guys, but they had a kind of larger-than-life grandeur; Hank’s death at their hands would have felt tragic, but not stomach-churning. (And if Tuco Salamanca had killed him, it would have been at a point where we didn’t care about Hank the way we do now.) Uncle Jack and his crew aren’t outsized like the Cousins, or Gus. They aren’t cool and almost superhumanly competent like Mike. They’re just brutal sleazeballs who take advantage of what’s been put in front of them, and I suspect that by the end of next week’s episode, they’ll be in possession of Walt, possibly Jesse, and definitely Walt’s money, the existence of which either Walt or Jesse will alert them to as a bad negotiating tactic. And I feel sick about this, and want to yell at both Walt and Hank as much as I’ve wanted to yell at any fictional characters since “The Wire” for allowing this to happen: Walt, you do not give the Nazis the GPS coordinates of your money, even if you don’t tell them the money is there! Hank, you get your damaged hip in that car with Walt and you drive the hell out of there to book him! But like on “The Wire,” where I turn certain events over and over in my head, trying to figure out a way that things could have gone differently for characters I cared for, I realize that this is simply how it was meant to be. Walt is under too much pressure, and he frequently makes bad decisions on deadline, just as Hank has too much of his pride, and his marriage, wrapped up in the pursuit of Walt. These were the decisions they were always going to make in these circumstances. You can’t fight fate, and neither can Walter White and Hank Schrader."

 
- Alan Sepinwal, Review: “Breaking Bad” - To`hajiilee (via blackestdespondency)
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janitoroflunacy:

Edmond Gray