April 13, 2014

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March 22, 2014

officialbarack:

what the fuck is this

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February 24, 2014

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February 8, 2014
Combining fitness quotes with pictures of alcohol consumption results in unexpected life lessons

Acknowledging your strengths

February 8, 2014
ianaleksanderadams:

no kiddin

ianaleksanderadams:

no kiddin

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February 8, 2014

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February 4, 2014

theparisreview:

My mother works so hard
And for bread she needs some lard.
She bakes the bread. And makes the bed.
And when she’s threw
She feels she’s dayd.

Two poems David Foster Wallace wrote during elementary school.

February 4, 2014

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February 4, 2014
internetpoetry:

ALONE ON OMEGLE, 2014 - by animal-sacrifice

internetpoetry:

ALONE ON OMEGLE, 2014 - by animal-sacrifice

February 4, 2014
chicago-reader:

This morning the Reader posted a story about Paul-David Young, a curator whose new show, “To Perform, To Conceal,” comprises 30 photographs culled from a cache of about 100 that was discovered in a dumpster in Humboldt Park last summer. Young knew what the photographer looked like, since the collection contained many self-portraits, and he guessed, based on the clothing, the background, and the contents of the collection, that she’d probably very recently been an art student in New York. Beyond that, he knew nothing.
But it’s hard for an anonymous photographer to remain anonymous, especially on the Internet. Especially if she’s an artist whose medium is the Internet. Within about an hour, Animal New York published its own story revealing the photographer’s identity. She is Molly Soda, a 24-year-old digital artist, a star of YouTube and Tumblr, and one of the first digital artists to sell her work at auction.
Read more here …

chicago-reader:

This morning the Reader posted a story about Paul-David Young, a curator whose new show, “To Perform, To Conceal,” comprises 30 photographs culled from a cache of about 100 that was discovered in a dumpster in Humboldt Park last summer. Young knew what the photographer looked like, since the collection contained many self-portraits, and he guessed, based on the clothing, the background, and the contents of the collection, that she’d probably very recently been an art student in New York. Beyond that, he knew nothing.

But it’s hard for an anonymous photographer to remain anonymous, especially on the Internet. Especially if she’s an artist whose medium is the Internet. Within about an hour, Animal New York published its own story revealing the photographer’s identity. She is Molly Soda, a 24-year-old digital artist, a star of YouTube and Tumblr, and one of the first digital artists to sell her work at auction.

Read more here …

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