The dimensions of time and space are crossing, I know this to be true. I also...– Comment on AboveTopSecret forum (always good fun to read, it’s usually way better than what’s on tv anyway, and any kind of science-fiction or conspiracy-themed movie from Hollywood lately)
Holy shit people the world is about to end!
Oh, my bad, that was last week, I read the date wrong… Carry on, then…
We need to make books cool again. If you go home with somebody and they don’t...– John Waters (via letsgobananas)
Sebastian Junger Remembers Tim Hetherington →
claytoncubitt: “Before this last trip you told me that you wanted to make a film about the relationship between young men and violence. You had this idea that young men in combat act in ways that emulate images they’ve seen—movies, photographs—of other men in other wars, other battles. You had this idea of a feedback loop between the world of images and the world of men that continually...
James Nachtwey’s searing photos of war Some of his speech is pretty much verbatim from the War Photographer - which I highly recommend - documentary but hey, Nachtwey is my personal hero. (I just happened to have that thing in my cue, posted earlier than expected given today’s news of those photographers who got killed - which Nachtwey wasn’t part of just so you know)
Where Children Sleep
reginasworld: Senegal 5th Ave., NY Katmandu, Nepal Tokyo, Japan Rome, Italy Palastinian Refugee Camp in Hebron Phom Phen, Cambodia Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from James Mollison’s book Where Children Sleep
Oh, /b/, you bring me lulz
OP: what would you do to my sister?
Anon: Kill her and eat her flesh.
Anon: Fuck her in the ass.
Anon: invite her to see a movie, then get all nervous thinking about holding her hand. Ultimately I wouldnt do it, and we would drive home in silence. i'd tell her i had a good time, and she'd lie, saying she had a good time too. then i would get home and be mad 3 days later when her facebook status says In a Relationship with some other guy that is probably nice, but i think is a total douche.
China's intimidation of the foreign press →
Today at the National People’s Congress, China’s Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi was asked about the physical attacks on foreign correspondents. His reply was: “There is no such issue as Chinese police officers beating foreign journalists.” Also this weekend, new figures showed that China is now spending more on law enforcement and internal security than on its military.
Project Democracy →
More than 60 percent of Canadians do not support Harper and his government’s contempt for democracy. Yet, he could win a majority with as little as 35 percent of the popular vote. Project Democracy is a tool to help you determine if there is a way to “amp up” your vote and stop a Harper majority. By using a riding by riding election prediction model based on the most up to date...