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berryness:

clientsfromhell:

Client: I threw out that black pen, it was out of ink.

Me: What black pen?

Client: The one that was lying on your tablet.

Me: You threw out my $150 Wacom pen?

Client: I tried writing with it and it didn’t work. It must’ve been out of ink.

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generic-art:

Hope Gangloff

mrskittyforman:

if you ever see me reblog something as a link please dont judge me im sorry im probably on mobile and didnt mean it

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laurenmoran:

I’ve been waiting for this to come around so I could reblog it

laurenmoran:

I’ve been waiting for this to come around so I could reblog it

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murderwhitepeople:

badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista:

socialismartnature:

Breaking via ABC News: UN Human Rights Council votes to open inquiry into alleged war crimes in Gaza; U.S. is the ONLY “no” vote.
That’s because the U.S. is a direct accomplice to every war crime that Israel commits.

USA, the world’s #1 killing machine.

White
Bastards

murderwhitepeople:

badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista:

socialismartnature:

Breaking via ABC News: UN Human Rights Council votes to open inquiry into alleged war crimes in Gaza; U.S. is the ONLY “no” vote.

That’s because the U.S. is a direct accomplice to every war crime that Israel commits.

USA, the world’s #1 killing machine.

White

Bastards

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katie-scott:

Illustration for NYT

katie-scott:

Illustration for NYT

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patriciaalvarado:


LMAO ya wow this girl went hard, tbh I almost forgot which was mine when I was making the diptych in photoshop (and to be clear, the left one is mine, made over a year ago, the right one is this Ellen Haswell girl’s. The top tier nests are mine, the bottom row are Georgia Gibson’s and I know those are friends or they show work together or whatever). ya these white feminists won’t let me LIVE MY LIFE. Her and that Georgia Gibson girl, which is like, hilarious 2 me. FRIENDS THINK ALIKE/COPY THE SAME ART I GUESS LMAO. What’s funny to me is that this other girl Georgia sent me an email a minute ago like, last fall, and was like omfg tell me abt u and ur work because we have to make an emulation piece for college n ur an inspiration, which is like, a typical college project and I was obv flattered by this email. but now she like……….shows the pieces she made………..without citing me………and get’s shows/publications off it or whatever………….(of course she deleted them off everywhere now) and when we (the Coven) emailed her abt copying (we thought she was copying Liv and others as well but I guess now we know it’s this Ellen person) she like, said she was in contact with me. like. no. we never agreed on anything and had I known u were bout to make the same piece and call it the same fuckin thing, u think i would’ve answered? anyways, tbh I can’t even stress about this much because it’s just like, these petty young white feminist artists who only wanna talk about boring shit like body hair and vaginas again and again and take credit for brown people’s work and ignore that context when they copy. I honestly feel so disconnected from that conversation at this point, and I made all that body hair work when I was just getting into “feminism” and didn’t know how to talk about srs struggles, like this was before I came out and before I started talking about being a woman of color and all this other SUPER relevant and important shit. I mean, I care a lot about my work. I think it’s really irritating because I worked really hard during that time of my life to make all those pieces, so basically what I’m saying is THANK YOU FOR MESSAGING ME, we (in the coven) have discussed this situation briefly. I appreciate you taking the time out to look out 4 ur girl n my hard working fam in the Coven, esp Liv Thurley because her Weapon piece is actually amazing and for someone 2 get an award after copying her is truly wrong. 

2headedsnake:

Wild Woolly

2headedsnake:

Wild Woolly

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Do you still perform autopsies on conversations you had lives ago?

—Donte Collins  (via thatkindofwoman)

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The best way to use tiny houses in a city is [in my opinion] is as a series of infill homes, aka increasing densities by adding another structure to an existing home lot. Similar to the example being set in parts of Portland. To increase density, not decrease homelessness. To decrease homelessness is a noble cause and should be sought but I am leery of those wanting to use a tiny house model as a solution,…

To address homeless housing I believe the solution is building up (vertical), not out. We currently do this with many examples across the country such as the apartment building model. The shared walls are a cost savings. Not only that, you can take a one acre lot zoned R-40 lets say, on that lot you could legally park 40 tiny houses but logistically maybe only 25-30 could fit. You can take that same lot and feasibly build ten two-story fourplexes capitalizing on the entire lot and provide MORE housing than tiny houses would allow. My bet is it would be much more cost effective too to provide those ten fourplexes than 25 tiny houses. You are doing more with less money an providing a solution to more people, it’s far more efficient.

Macy Miller of MiniMotives (via smallandtinyhomeideas)

So, you’ve expanded the quote to include the advantages of building up not out, but it still reeks of … elitism? The way you had the quote before was basically “Tiny homes are for ~*~Special~*~ people who see the world ~*~differently~*~! I don’t want to be associated with poooor people!” 

And maybe it’s not deciding one-to-one between Pruit Igoe vs. Tiny House Utopia, but I think that a small home with the advantages of open space etc. is a valid choice for a low-income or homeless person.

To be honest, I haven’t seen any discussions about tiny houses as a “solution” to homelessness before. The way this post was originally phrased was enough to convince me to unfollow smallandtinyhomeideas. With what they’ve added since, I see where they were coming from on this, but I really don’t think housing communities are as simple as “what can we cram on a lot”.

PS. the original quote was just the “To decrease homelessness is a noble cause and should be sought but I am leery of those wanting to use a tiny house model as a solution” (plus a little bit that’s been deleted outright).

socialismartnature:

As we watch the horrifying slaughter unfold in Gaza, bear in mind the Israeli psychosis that fuels and justifies it. Here are comments from three rightwing Israelis – two leading politicians and a professor – who very much reflect a strain of mainstream thinking in Israel, one that the international media largely avoids noting.

Each, in their different ways, is advocating a genocide of the Palestinians.

Ayelet Shaked, of economics minister Naftali Bennett’s Jewish Home party, calls on her Facebook page for murdering the mothers of what she terms Palestinian “terrorists” (a very broad concept indeed in current Israeli thinking) so that they cannot give birth to more “little snakes”:

They have to die and their houses should be demolished so that they cannot bear any more terrorists. They are all our enemies and their blood should be on our hands. This also applies to the mothers of the dead terrorists. …

[The terrorists] are all enemy combatants, and their blood shall be on all their heads. Now this also includes the mothers of the martyrs, who send them to hell with flowers and kisses. They should follow their sons, nothing would be more just. They should go, as should the physical homes in which they raised the snakes. Otherwise, more little snakes will be raised there.

Mordechai Kedar, a lecturer on Arabic literature at Bar Ilan University, believes the sisters and mothers of Palestinian “terrorists” should be raped:

A terrorist, like those who kidnapped the boys [in the West Bank on June 12] and killed them, the only thing that will deter them, is if they know that either their sister or mother will be raped if they are caught. What can we do? This is the culture that we live in.

Note that his university did not reprimand him. They defended his comments:

The purpose was to define the culture of death of the terrorist organizations. Dr Kedar illustrated in his words the bitter reality of the Middle East and the inability of a modern and law-abiding country to fight the terror of suicide bombers.

And finally we have Moshe Feiglin, a deputy speaker of the Israeli parliament and a member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party, urging the Israeli army to kill Palestinians in Gaza indiscriminately and use every means possible to get them to leave:

[Netanyahu] announces that Israel is about to attack military targets in their area and urges those who are not involved and do not wish to be harmed to leave immediately. Sinai is not far from Gaza and they can leave. This will be the limit of Israel’s humanitarian efforts. … All the military and infrastructural targets will be attacked with no consideration for ‘human shields’ or ‘environmental damage’. …

The IDF will conquer the entire Gaza, using all the means necessary to minimize any harm to our soldiers, with no other considerations. … The enemy population that is innocent of wrong-doing and separated itself from the armed terrorists will be treated in accordance with international law and will be allowed to leave. Israel will generously aid those who wish to leave.

This psychosis is not going to get better on its own. In fact, it’s going to get much worse. How much worse will depend entirely on the continuing inaction of western leaders.

Jonathan Cook is an award-winning British journalist based in Nazareth, Israel, since 2001. He is the author of three books on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: Blood and Religion, Israel and the Clash of Civilisations, and Disappearing Palestine. Jonathan was awarded the Martha Gellhorn Special Prize for Journalism in 2011, for his outstanding analysis and being one of the reliable truth-tellers in the Middle East. His reports and commentaries have appeared in major newspapers, including the Guardian, Observer, New Statesman, International Herald Tribune and Le Monde diplomatique. He has also been a senior consultant with the International Crisis Group.

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kateordie:

mikemaihack:

No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.
Original available hereMore BGSG comics

EEEEEEEE!

kateordie:

mikemaihack:

No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.

Original available here
More BGSG comics

EEEEEEEE!

redphilistine:

This man is lauded by American liberals as a comedian who tells the truth. This man has his own HBO show, where celebrities, journalists, and politicians appear as guests to discuss the latest news stories. This man is a misogynist and a racist. 

redphilistine:

This man is lauded by American liberals as a comedian who tells the truth. This man has his own HBO show, where celebrities, journalists, and politicians appear as guests to discuss the latest news stories. This man is a misogynist and a racist. 

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abandonedography:

Pencil on paper, 2013 - Jun Cen

Original artwork for the animated short film Mutual Tunnels 

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crofesima:

anime directed by Masaaki Yuasa (湯浅政明)

• Mind Game (2004) • Kemonozume (2006) • Kaiba (2008) •
• Tatami Galaxy (2010) • Kick-Heart (2012) • Ping Pong (2014) •

(finally watched Kaiba. Makes me want to watch all of these so badly)

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