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Aug 9 2012

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Jun 15 2012
semioticapocalypse:

Romania, 1946

semioticapocalypse:

Romania, 1946

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May 30 2012

so there’s like 4 random tweens that follow me on instagram

wtf. this would happen to me. 


May 21 2012
konsui:

Buddha at Ngyen Khag Taktsang Monastery

wtf not rill

konsui:

Buddha at Ngyen Khag Taktsang Monastery

wtf not rill

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Apr 22 2012

game of thrones s02e04

9/10 would wtf again.


Apr 19 2012

Apr 10 2012

Mar 15 2012
this book brought to you by Pancakes for a Better America™

this book brought to you by Pancakes for a Better America™


wut?

wut?


this is what obama has our children learning.

this is what obama has our children learning.


Feb 27 2012

DJ Shadow - Building Steam With A Grain Of Salt

Rocks Off: That points to something that’s been part of your reputation for a long time, being kind of reclusive. Do you think that’s deserved?

DJS: To a certain extent. Personal fame and recognition was never my goal. I think it gets a little bit old, as well, when you try to be too mysterious and you never take photos without a shroud on your face or behind a helmet.

I’ve seen all the gimmicks, we’ve all seen them; it gets a little old. I think it’s just about being honest and being who you are, and who I am, I don’t feed off the limelight, so I don’t seek it. I just try to let the music be the focus.


Feb 13 2012

Dec 2 2010

the small penis rule

The “small penis rule" is an informal strategy used by authors to evade libel lawsuits. It was described in a New York Times article in 1998:

"…For a fictional portrait to be actionable, it must be so accurate that a reader of the book would have no problem linking the two," said Mr. Friedman. Thus, he continued, libel lawyers have what is known as "the small penis rule." One way authors can protect themselves from libel suits is to say that a character has a small penis, Mr. Friedman said. "Now no male is going to come forward and say, ‘That character with a very small penis, ‘That’s me!’ "[1]

The small penis rule was referenced in a 2006 dispute between Michael Crowley and Michael Crichton. Crowley alleged that after he wrote an unflattering review of Crichton’s novel State of Fear, Crichton libeled him by including a character named “Mick Crowley” in the novel Next. In the novel, Mick Crowley is a child rapist, described as being a Washington-based journalist and Yale graduate with a small penis.[2]


Nov 10 2010
“While I don’t condone ANY teacher of any race slapping ANY child, the fact remains; I am a black mother. I have a black son. He was slapped by a white woman. If anyone reading this does not see the historical, spiritual and practical lasting impact this incident will have on the black children who were slapped, AND those who witnessed it, then you are idiots wrapped in stupid.” Lisa Henry Bowen of curtisgotslapped.com