from The Independent, 1993.
offered without comment.

from The Independent, 1993.

offered without comment.


from: http://www.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/1t6tk3/this_graffiti_speaks_to_me/

DJ Koze - Nices Wölkchen (feat. Apparat)

One of (if not my) my favorite tracks of 2013.

(Source: Spotify)


Each of us wears a .45 and each of us is supposed to shoot the other if the other is behaving strangely. How strangely is strangely? I do not know. In addition to the .45 I have a .38 which Shotwell does not know about concealed in my attaché case, and Shotwell has a .25 caliber Beretta which I do not know about strapped to his right calf. Sometimes instead of watching the console I pointedly watch Shotwell’s .45, but this is simply a ruse, simply a maneuver, in reality I am watching his hand when it dangles in the vicinity of his right calf. If he decides I am behaving strangely he will shoot me not with the .45 but with the Beretta. Similarly Shotwell pretends to watch my .45 but he is really watching my hand resting idly atop my attaché case, my hand resting atop my attaché case, my hand. My hand resting idly atop my attaché case.
Donald Barthelme - "Game" from Unspeakable Practices, Unnatural Acts (1968)

The screaming across the sky


She may know a little, may think of herself, face and body, as “pretty”…but he could never tell her all the rest, how many other living things, birds, nights smelling of grass and rain, sunlit moments of simple peace, also gather in what she is to him.
Thomas Pynchon - Gravity’s Rainbow (1973)

from Robert Hooke’s Micrographia (1665)

from Robert Hooke’s Micrographia (1665)


Nauru - Paradise Ruined

A feature length documentary about the rise and fall of the world’s smallest independent nation; Nauru.

Produced by Tvjournalist.dk
Videojournalist: Tanja Jørgensen
Duration: 43,30 minutes
Produced in the period 2009-2011. Denmark.


I’ll miss you forever darling. Nothing could ever deserve you.

http://emilymariepalmer.com/



You are listening to Number Stations

A revolutionary age is an age of action; ours is the age of advertisement and publicity. Nothing ever happens but there is immediate publicity everywhere. In the present age a rebellion is, of all things, the most unthinkable. Such an expression of strength would seem ridiculous to the calculating intelligence of our times. On the other hand a political virtuoso might bring off a feat almost as remarkable. He might write a manifesto suggesting a general assembly at which people should decide upon a rebellion, and it would be so carefully worded that even the censor would let it pass. At the meeting itself he would be able to create the impression that his audience had rebelled, after which they would all go quietly home—having spent a very pleasant evening.
Søren Kierkegaard, The Present Age

heh.

heh.



Edgar Degas, L’Absinthe, 1876.

Edgar Degas, L’Absinthe, 1876.