I have a job interview at a head shop today. What does one wear to a job interview at a head shop?

sixtyxcelph:

ginger-l:

I moved to New York City to be left alone.
It’s not exactly working.

What a weird place to go to be alone.

No, I don’t mean to be alone. I mean to be left alone. I just wanted to be anonymous. I wanted to not bump into people I know on the train and have nobody on the street talk to me and to not have the expectation that I have to be nice to people or put up with being called “love” or “mami” on my walk to work and not have homeless people shake their cups at me or put their hands in my face because they assume I have money just because I’m white (spoiler alert: I don’t!) and to just be left the fuck alone.

If I can’t be left alone here, I probably can’t be left alone anywhere. This disappoints me.

I moved to New York City to be left alone.
It’s not exactly working.

dan-and-his-hormones:

New Yorkers reacting to a rat on the train. 

That poor rat was probably so scared :(

nostalgianearlykillsme:

rrr arg

Memories

nevver:

Shattered mirrors / stained glass, Bing Wright

This is brilliant.

(Source: bingwright.com)

dan-and-his-hormones:

Omg I have an interview Thursday morning everyone pray to your respective deities pray rly hard holy tits.

I will pray to the holy tits for you!

exitnetwork:

Beata Chrzanowska

!!!!!!!!!!!!

exitnetwork:

Beata Chrzanowska

!!!!!!!!!!!!

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max-peck:

This is 35 seconds of Neil deGrasse Tyson dancing or: The greatest 35 seconds of your entire life.

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1. White terrorists are called “gunmen.” What does that even mean? A person with a gun? Wouldn’t that be, like, everyone in the US? Other terrorists are called, like, “terrorists.”

2. White terrorists are “troubled loners.” Other terrorists are always suspected of being part of a global plot, even when they are obviously troubled loners.

3. Doing a study on the danger of white terrorists at the Department of Homeland Security will get you sidelined by angry white Congressmen. Doing studies on other kinds of terrorists is a guaranteed promotion.

4. The family of a white terrorist is interviewed, weeping as they wonder where he went wrong. The families of other terrorists are almost never interviewed.

5. White terrorists are part of a “fringe.” Other terrorists are apparently mainstream.

6. White terrorists are random events, like tornadoes. Other terrorists are long-running conspiracies.

7. White terrorists are never called “white.” But other terrorists are given ethnic affiliations.

8. Nobody thinks white terrorists are typical of white people. But other terrorists are considered paragons of their societies.

9. White terrorists are alcoholics, addicts or mentally ill. Other terrorists are apparently clean-living and perfectly sane.

10. There is nothing you can do about white terrorists. Gun control won’t stop them. No policy you could make, no government program, could possibly have an impact on them. But hundreds of billions of dollars must be spent on police and on the Department of Defense, and on TSA, which must virtually strip search 60 million people a year, to deal with other terrorists.

"

Juan Cole, 08/09/2012

Juan Cole actually wrote this 4 days after a white terrorist, yes, terrorist, murdered 6 and injured 4 people at a Sikh gurdwara in Wisconsin. The terrorist who committed said crime spoke of an impending “racial holy war” beforehand and was a member of white supremacist/neo-Nazi hate groups.

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artsicle:

Blue Gowanus by Roxanna Velandria

I work in this neighborhood, and I have to say that painting is spot-on!

artsicle:

Blue Gowanus by Roxanna Velandria

I work in this neighborhood, and I have to say that painting is spot-on!

(Source: artsicle.com)

pearl-nautilus:

Glass sculptures by Karen LaMonte. 

LaMonte’s anthropomorphosis of the dress is achieved with the hint of the female form beneath the folds. The essence of femininity and sensuality exudes from the sculptures despite the cold medium. Her ability to craft such a hard material into sensuous folds, delicate wrinkles, fluid pleats and satin-like textures is truly remarkable. These sculptures, on average, are five feet tall.

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dan-and-his-hormones:

Bread, prosciutto, moz, arugula, brie, chèvre, olive oil, and a ton of wine.
So like who wants me to be their husband?

Meeee!
Oh wait, my husband already does this all the time.

dan-and-his-hormones:

Bread, prosciutto, moz, arugula, brie, chèvre, olive oil, and a ton of wine.

So like who wants me to be their husband?

Meeee!

Oh wait, my husband already does this all the time.

Just doin’ some flameworking…
When I took Steve Sizelove’s class in Corning in January, a woman in my class was taking pictures throughout the whole thing. The videos I took of Steve’s demos are nothing compared to the shots she got! She was nice enough to send everybody a disc of the images.

Just doin’ some flameworking…

When I took Steve Sizelove’s class in Corning in January, a woman in my class was taking pictures throughout the whole thing. The videos I took of Steve’s demos are nothing compared to the shots she got! She was nice enough to send everybody a disc of the images.

kiome-yasha:

artbymoga:

Inspired by a recent experience I had with someone stealing my art and cropping out my URL.
Dedicated to every artist who has had their art work stolen.

This is a serious problem. Don’t do it.

Copyright yo shit.

Sue motherfuckers who cross you.

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