Originally Posted By rendit

rendit:

I call bullshit on this supposed “article” because it fails to mention how the bartender had to straddle the gigantic chasm into hell of a perpetually open basement trapdoor just to serve you at the far end of the bar. 
Also there was lots of open space in the back!

Never go back.

rendit:

I call bullshit on this supposed “article” because it fails to mention how the bartender had to straddle the gigantic chasm into hell of a perpetually open basement trapdoor just to serve you at the far end of the bar. 

Also there was lots of open space in the back!

Never go back.

West coast #YM is having an existential crisis too, because when we moved here you could live by yourself for less than $400/month.

RIP CITY.

West coast #YM is having an existential crisis too, because when we moved here you could live by yourself for less than $400/month.

RIP CITY.

Dip it

Dip it

Originally Posted By laughingsquid

laughingsquid:

Photographer and Wikimedia Currently Fighting Over Whether a Monkey Owns a Selfie

I found ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ to be hella problematic when you look at the history of hydroelectric power as it relates to American Colonialism. Also, the depiction of Ape society was way simplistic. And like, what’s up with the totally ‘perfect’ white liberal nuclear family heroes walking straight out of an REI catalog? But Kerri Russell is still a major hottie, so I’d still say it’s a ‘must see’.

laughingsquid:

Photographer and Wikimedia Currently Fighting Over Whether a Monkey Owns a Selfie

I found ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ to be hella problematic when you look at the history of hydroelectric power as it relates to American Colonialism. Also, the depiction of Ape society was way simplistic. And like, what’s up with the totally ‘perfect’ white liberal nuclear family heroes walking straight out of an REI catalog? But Kerri Russell is still a major hottie, so I’d still say it’s a ‘must see’.

Originally Posted By markbaumer

markbaumer:

"Scarecrone" by Melissa Broder

"Still blogging, huh?"

markbaumer:

"Scarecrone" by Melissa Broder

"Still blogging, huh?"

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Originally Posted By 3dprintmeafucktogive

3dprintmeafucktogive:

Tenth street anatomy lesson.

It would be a phallusy to cross that line.

3dprintmeafucktogive:

Tenth street anatomy lesson.

It would be a phallusy to cross that line.

Man was created in 9/11’s image

Man was created in 9/11’s image

Now she’s the only one who always inhales.Paris is stale and it’s war if we fail.

Originally Posted By usernameninetynine

usernameninetynine:

If I had more time, I’d marco up a screenshot of a iPhone game call ‘Page View Whore’ — you would be an aspiring writer blogger who wants to be famous and you would complete a series of repetitive tasks: writing a trend piece for a third tier blog three days too late, doing a ‘reading’ a coffee shop in quirklyn, tweeting at bloggers just slightly more famous than yourself. The boss battle would be doing a profile of Kim Kardashian, in which you have to make appropriately snarky asides, signaling that you are above your subject, still able to fling witty arrows at her while standing on her shoulders.

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All politics is local anesthesia.

All politics is local anesthesia.

Originally Posted By dopemove

dopemove:

Working on my novel

If you don’t live in New York, you probably won’t get this?

dopemove:

Working on my novel

If you don’t live in New York, you probably won’t get this?


The computer lords want to control everything, and central to controlling all things is controlling perception. Perception of the way things are, the way things work, and what’s happened in history so that they can frame their version of events and control the narrative; mind-controlling the masses to make them into better, more compliant consumers.
Just as governments spend enormous sums of money on textbooks, monuments, films, and museums which heroize themselves and frame their particular version of history, the computer overlords are concerned about the myths of the culture. Their ascendency must seem inevitable, brilliant, brave, noble, just, and right. The “stuff” that the hoarder retains might, however, just tell a story, which refutes or challenges their version of events in some way.
The record collection or magazine or newspaper might reveal some clue to a social movement or trend or fashion or sensibility that defies their moronic stranglehold on consciousness. A burp of resistance. A clue to a way out. A signal that life doesn’t actually depend on high-speed internet access. And the physicality of the item infers that things meant something once, that everything wasn’t always a senseless, equivocal post on Tumblr.

All Power to the Pack Rats by Ian Svenonius

The computer lords want to control everything, and central to controlling all things is controlling perception. Perception of the way things are, the way things work, and what’s happened in history so that they can frame their version of events and control the narrative; mind-controlling the masses to make them into better, more compliant consumers.

Just as governments spend enormous sums of money on textbooks, monuments, films, and museums which heroize themselves and frame their particular version of history, the computer overlords are concerned about the myths of the culture. Their ascendency must seem inevitable, brilliant, brave, noble, just, and right. The “stuff” that the hoarder retains might, however, just tell a story, which refutes or challenges their version of events in some way.

The record collection or magazine or newspaper might reveal some clue to a social movement or trend or fashion or sensibility that defies their moronic stranglehold on consciousness. A burp of resistance. A clue to a way out. A signal that life doesn’t actually depend on high-speed internet access. And the physicality of the item infers that things meant something once, that everything wasn’t always a senseless, equivocal post on Tumblr.

All Power to the Pack Rats by Ian Svenonius

please if you are boring person stay away from me

Originally Posted By youngmanhattanite

youngmanhattanite:

"uh so srsly wat is hppanineg with carljungmanhattanite glog i am hell of confuse"

This is what media types call a “publicity stunned”.

youngmanhattanite:

"uh so srsly wat is hppanineg with carljungmanhattanite glog i am hell of confuse"

This is what media types call a “publicity stunned”.

"uh so srsly wat is hppanineg with carljungmanhattanite glog i am hell of confuse"

"uh so srsly wat is hppanineg with carljungmanhattanite glog i am hell of confuse"

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