i like the drunk guy in deadface's post
he smiles because he knows he's amusing god
even if i'm not convinced he's actually drunk and not just pretending
I have had some meaningful relationships with objects. Booze helps.
we may dehumanize women as objects, but we humanize objects as heroes.
the drunken bravely attempting the journey home - these are my people too, these unsung heroes
or drunk guy trying to get home on saturday night
yeah, my thought is that maybe this is more samuel beckett than epic war movie
this radiolab thing is worth listening to:
any recording is a call from a grave. all recordings are ghostly.
Marcus Frost from Santa Cruz, the 32nd of 32 comments.
Caw, that song nests its way into the den of my chest
YOU FORGOT TO SAY WITH A SOLID FOUNDATION, SO THAT SHE CANT RISE UP AND OVERWHELM YOU LOL
more--won't click through but worth a look
you never know who might be listening
hey did you guys know philadelphia is the cultural capital of the US? nutter just declared it. I think we keep the title until a neighboring city-state successfully invades
next ex at the PMA is called "Visions of Arcadia," all about Gaugain, Cezanne, & Matisse's visions of heaven on earth. COINCIDENCE?!?! Yeah, probably.
I hope Hennessey runs a museum someday.
DEBUT CURATORIAL EXERCISE:
dis nigga! #preach
CYA LATER, ABOUT TO ENGAGE IN AN AFTERNOON OF PHILOSOPHICAL SUBVERSION
I have loved Jenny Holzer forever and learning about her was one of the most useful things in college
this site is fucking DANGEROUS!
ditto kevin. i also felt very weird about commenting on it. but i guess not too weird considering that im doing that right now.....
this post shakes and shatters me. i can't seem to grasp this story or come to terms with how i feel about it. or how i feel about the writer.
"you'll never walk alone."
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