July 20, 2014

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July 19, 2014
St Mary’s Cathedral, San Francisco

St Mary’s Cathedral, San Francisco

July 7, 2014

wetheurban:

ART: Portraits of Presidents with Tits on Their Faces

Emily Deutchman’s “Presidents with Boob Faces” are exactly what it sounds like: a collection of paintings of the United States presidents with breasts appended to their facial features.

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June 30, 2014
ilsettimocontinente:

«When we buy a cappuccino from ‘Starbucks’, we also buy quite a lot of ideology. Which ideology? You know, when you enter a ‘Starbucks’, store it’s usually always displayed in some posters, there, their message which is: “Yes, our cappuccino is more expensive than others, but…”. And then comes the story: “We give one percent of all our income to some Guatemala children to keep them healthy; for the water supply for some Sahara farmers or to save the forests; to enable organic growing coffee… In the old days of pure simple consumerism, you bought a product and then you felt bad. “My God, I’m just a consumerist, while people are starving in Africa!”. So, the idea was you had to do something to counteract your pure distractive consumerism. For example, I don’t know, you contribute to charity and so on. What ‘Starbucks’ enables you is to be a consumerist and be a consumerist without any bad conscience, because the price for the counter measure, for fighting consumerism is already included into the price of a commodity. Like you pay a little bit more and you are not just a consumerist, but you do also your duty towards environment the poor starving people in Africa and so on and so on. It’s, I think, the ultimate form of consumerism».The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology, Sophie Fiennes

ilsettimocontinente:

«When we buy a cappuccino from ‘Starbucks’, we also buy quite a lot of ideology. Which ideology? You know, when you enter a ‘Starbucks’, store it’s usually always displayed in some posters, there, their message which is: “Yes, our cappuccino is more expensive than others, but…”. And then comes the story: “We give one percent of all our income to some Guatemala children to keep them healthy; for the water supply for some Sahara farmers or to save the forests; to enable organic growing coffee… In the old days of pure simple consumerism, you bought a product and then you felt bad. “My God, I’m just a consumerist, while people are starving in Africa!”. So, the idea was you had to do something to counteract your pure distractive consumerism. For example, I don’t know, you contribute to charity and so on. What ‘Starbucks’ enables you is to be a consumerist and be a consumerist without any bad conscience, because the price for the counter measure, for fighting consumerism is already included into the price of a commodity. Like you pay a little bit more and you are not just a consumerist, but you do also your duty towards environment the poor starving people in Africa and so on and so on. It’s, I think, the ultimate form of consumerism».

The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology, Sophie Fiennes

June 26, 2014
"People sometimes ask me if I’m happy and I tell them to fuck off."

— Thom Yorke (via farewell-kingdom)

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June 24, 2014

June 23, 2014

vicemag:

Hair Everywhere

Ask yourself this: Am I really in a position to be complaining about what a woman does with her body hair? No. You should be down on your knees, praising any woman who’d allow you to take as much as a whiff of her sweat wicks.

June 11, 2014
economicreading:

The plight of the poor.

economicreading:

The plight of the poor.

May 30, 2014
rollingstone:

"You get a band like the Black Keys, who said they never heard of the White Stripes? Sure."
Jack White sounds off on the Black Keys.

rollingstone:

"You get a band like the Black Keys, who said they never heard of the White Stripes? Sure."

Jack White sounds off on the Black Keys.

May 25, 2014

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