fullcredit:

brianvan:

Yes, on every level, the conservatives in this country have given more rights and more privilege to corporations controlled by a few wealthy individuals than they have to those companies’ workers or to the general public. It predates this birth control tizzy. 

Today’s decision is disappointing, but so is everyone’s ennui about government until it affects something they personally care a great deal about for symbolic purposes. WATCH YOUR FUCKING SAUSAGE GET MADE ALL THE TIME, PEOPLE. Policy is not soccer where you can shout about it once every four years and call yourself an educated participant. How so many of you ignore this part of the world every other day of existence except for today, that’s just as infuriating to me as the dipshits at Hobby Lobby who pushed this through… because this ignorance and inattention to the actual process of policy in government (not just the headline politics) is ENABLING this to happen as much as their lawyers, money, and government corruption enable it. 

Brian said it better than I ever could. 

Sunday morning mat Pilates. My set-up at home has expanded with new props.

Sunday morning mat Pilates. My set-up at home has expanded with new props.

katiaobinger:

the true american experience is wondering if you just heard firecrackers or gunshots

(via davenport-6)

Speaking of the mural at Bowery & Houston… construction scaffolding is covering it up for the foreseeable future.

Speaking of the mural at Bowery & Houston… construction scaffolding is covering it up for the foreseeable future.

wnyc:

The five things you had to see online this week include a dude at NYPL who’s using Google Street View’s new archive tool to make the murals at Bowery and Houston last forever. 
http://bit.ly/1nh8l0C

wnyc:

The five things you had to see online this week include a dude at NYPL who’s using Google Street View’s new archive tool to make the murals at Bowery and Houston last forever. 

http://bit.ly/1nh8l0C

sinkreviews:

Pepe Giallo
WHAT. THE. FUCK. Guys c’mon, take your sinks a little more seriously than this. They’re not just utilitarian basins to clean your hands in. I mean, they are, but have a little self respect and at least get your handle orientation right for christ sake. 
I give it one sink.

Ha! The same sink is in my apartment, except mine’s handles are correct.

sinkreviews:

Pepe Giallo

WHAT. THE. FUCK. Guys c’mon, take your sinks a little more seriously than this. They’re not just utilitarian basins to clean your hands in. I mean, they are, but have a little self respect and at least get your handle orientation right for christ sake.

I give it one sink.

Ha! The same sink is in my apartment, except mine’s handles are correct.

asylum-art:

Spectacular colour  into this arid Utah desert by Guy Tal

"Every few years, for a few fleeting days, when conditions are just right, these otherwise arid lands burst into color with carpets of Scorpionweed and Beeplant." - Utah’s badlands"

The Badlands region in the American West is famous (or infamous) for its arid and unforgiving landscape, which is decorated by sharp and eroded spires of stone. If you catch it at just the right moment and in the right conditions, however, these apparent wastelands can give birth to an extraordinary explosion of color and life in the form of beautiful wildflowers.

(via laughterkey)

wnyc:

Take a minute or ten to appreciate all that is this True Detective bootleg DVD art. 
(via)—Sean, Sideshow

Oh this totally depicts the essence of a dark Louisiana crime drama.

wnyc:

Take a minute or ten to appreciate all that is this True Detective bootleg DVD art. 

(via)

—Sean, Sideshow

Oh this totally depicts the essence of a dark Louisiana crime drama.

I’m going to try really hard not to over-hype Richard Linklater’s Boyhood. We saw it last night at BAM, and I love, love, loved it. My best advice is to avoid reading up on it and go into the movie without expectations. Don’t be scared by the nearly 3-hour run time. For me, the hours flew by.

Current desktop: portfolio design sneak peek. It’s mobile friendly, responsive, and launching in July.

Current desktop: portfolio design sneak peek. It’s mobile friendly, responsive, and launching in July.