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baturday:

Early voting counts are in and it looks like President Bat wins! Bend over and prepare for a vicious presidenting.

baturday:

Early voting counts are in and it looks like President Bat wins! Bend over and prepare for a vicious presidenting.

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danelleisnice:

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animalstalkinginallcaps:

THAT IS AN EXCELLENT QUESTION, MA’AM. GLAD YOU ASKED.
YES, WOMEN WHO ARE MENSTRUATING MAY STILL VOTE, BUT SHOULD USE THE SPECIALLY DESIGNED ‘MOON TIME’ BOOTHS LOCATED AT THE REAR OF THE FACILITIES SO AS TO AVOID TOUCHING ANY OF THE VOTING MACHINES MANUFACTURED BY COMPANIES IN WHICH GOVERNOR ROMNEY MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE INVESTMENTS. THE VOTES WILL NOT BE COUNTED, OF COURSE, FOR AS IT STATES IN THE BOOK OF LEVI YOU MUST BE KEPT APART FOR SEVEN DAYS, BUT THEY WILL BE TALLIED BEFORE THE BOOTHS ARE BURNED AND THE MEN BATHE AND PRAY TO WASH THE UNCLEANLINESS OF YOUR MENSES FROM THEM. THOSE ‘MOON VOTES’ WILL BE KEPT IN BINDERS. WE’RE VERY BIG ON BINDERS.
ALSO, THANKS TO FURTHER FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING INTIATIVES RECENTLY PUT FORTH IN A REPUBLICAN HOUSE BILL, THE HOLDING PENS PRESIDENT ROMNEY INTENDS TO BUILD IF HE IS ELECTED WOULD ALLOW UNCLEAN WOMEN TO BE SAFELY HERDED TOGETHER DURING THE RECURRING WEEK OF THEIR MOON BLOOD WITHOUT MISSING ANY OF THE WORK SO GRACIOUSLY PROVIDED BY THE JOB CREATORS IN THIS FINE NATION. 
THANK YOU, AND WE’LL SEE YOU AT THE POLLS.

animalstalkinginallcaps:

THAT IS AN EXCELLENT QUESTION, MA’AM. GLAD YOU ASKED.

YES, WOMEN WHO ARE MENSTRUATING MAY STILL VOTE, BUT SHOULD USE THE SPECIALLY DESIGNED ‘MOON TIME’ BOOTHS LOCATED AT THE REAR OF THE FACILITIES SO AS TO AVOID TOUCHING ANY OF THE VOTING MACHINES MANUFACTURED BY COMPANIES IN WHICH GOVERNOR ROMNEY MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE INVESTMENTS. THE VOTES WILL NOT BE COUNTED, OF COURSE, FOR AS IT STATES IN THE BOOK OF LEVI YOU MUST BE KEPT APART FOR SEVEN DAYS, BUT THEY WILL BE TALLIED BEFORE THE BOOTHS ARE BURNED AND THE MEN BATHE AND PRAY TO WASH THE UNCLEANLINESS OF YOUR MENSES FROM THEM. THOSE ‘MOON VOTES’ WILL BE KEPT IN BINDERS. WE’RE VERY BIG ON BINDERS.

ALSO, THANKS TO FURTHER FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING INTIATIVES RECENTLY PUT FORTH IN A REPUBLICAN HOUSE BILL, THE HOLDING PENS PRESIDENT ROMNEY INTENDS TO BUILD IF HE IS ELECTED WOULD ALLOW UNCLEAN WOMEN TO BE SAFELY HERDED TOGETHER DURING THE RECURRING WEEK OF THEIR MOON BLOOD WITHOUT MISSING ANY OF THE WORK SO GRACIOUSLY PROVIDED BY THE JOB CREATORS IN THIS FINE NATION. 

THANK YOU, AND WE’LL SEE YOU AT THE POLLS.

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zitterberg:

Tetsuro Komai

zitterberg:

Tetsuro Komai

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Balmain Fall 2006 Runway Details

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Balmain Fall 2006 Runway Details

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stanleybay:

seensense:

Approaching Shadow, Hong Kong, 1956/2012, Fan Ho. From Hong Kong Yesterday.

I find that popular old photographs depicting Hong Kong, and probably Asia, tend to be drenched in orientalism (see orientalism in art history and Edward Said’s writings). They are valuable historical accounts, but angled through Western eyes: this is a sampan, this is a fish market. No doubt fascinating glimpses into the past, but rarely is there any room for contemplation.
And then there is Fan Ho. His approach is subtlety and abstraction, new perspectives and technical perfection. Much like László Moholy-Nagy and Albert Renger-Patzsch, prominent figures in the school of Bauhaus, Fan Ho’s subject matter is never about the big picture. In his work are the mundane, every day objects, and life.
He prefers the minute and often unnoticed moment of intimacy (see Little Women and Back to Mother here), over what outsiders may perceive as very Hong Kong. He prefers playing with shadows and architecture, over matter-of-fact captures of the street. Photographs of old Hong Kong are typically shot in a documentarian manner (see geewhizgolly’s old Hong Kong tag), but Fan Ho shoots like a painter.
The war brought about social and political fragmentation everywhere. A pictorialist takes a sentimental approach bordering on propaganda: this is a poor starving child, this is a bloodied soldier. The photographer presses the shutter to express his political ideologies. But those sick of political strife, created new objectivity where every message is stripped off, and where art and photographs show nothing but its intrinsic aesthetic value.
But here comes the plot twist, the results are rarely just emotionless objects, they do trigger our own memory and give us room to contemplate the people in the picture. They say nothing, but it doesn’t mean there is nothing to say. You don’t look at Fan Ho’s photos and gasp at how political, how oriental they are. You just say, “Shit, this is beautiful.”
Actually, what I really wanted to say, is that this was a homage to Mr. Ho (although it turned out to look nothing like it). And then I couldn’t stop gushing because shit, Mr. Ho’s work is beautiful.

stanleybay:

seensense:

Approaching Shadow, Hong Kong, 1956/2012Fan Ho. From Hong Kong Yesterday.

I find that popular old photographs depicting Hong Kong, and probably Asia, tend to be drenched in orientalism (see orientalism in art history and Edward Said’s writings). They are valuable historical accounts, but angled through Western eyes: this is a sampan, this is a fish market. No doubt fascinating glimpses into the past, but rarely is there any room for contemplation.

And then there is Fan Ho. His approach is subtlety and abstraction, new perspectives and technical perfection. Much like László Moholy-Nagy and Albert Renger-Patzsch, prominent figures in the school of Bauhaus, Fan Ho’s subject matter is never about the big picture. In his work are the mundane, every day objects, and life.

He prefers the minute and often unnoticed moment of intimacy (see Little Women and Back to Mother here), over what outsiders may perceive as very Hong Kong. He prefers playing with shadows and architecture, over matter-of-fact captures of the street. Photographs of old Hong Kong are typically shot in a documentarian manner (see geewhizgolly’s old Hong Kong tag), but Fan Ho shoots like a painter.

The war brought about social and political fragmentation everywhere. A pictorialist takes a sentimental approach bordering on propaganda: this is a poor starving child, this is a bloodied soldier. The photographer presses the shutter to express his political ideologies. But those sick of political strife, created new objectivity where every message is stripped off, and where art and photographs show nothing but its intrinsic aesthetic value.

But here comes the plot twist, the results are rarely just emotionless objects, they do trigger our own memory and give us room to contemplate the people in the picture. They say nothing, but it doesn’t mean there is nothing to say. You don’t look at Fan Ho’s photos and gasp at how political, how oriental they are. You just say, “Shit, this is beautiful.”

Actually, what I really wanted to say, is that this was a homage to Mr. Ho (although it turned out to look nothing like it). And then I couldn’t stop gushing because shit, Mr. Ho’s work is beautiful.

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just-art:

In Medias Res by Teja Ream

In medias res, translates from Latin as “in the middle of things”, a literary device used to suggest a crucial point where transformation is made. 

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suicideblonde:

Milla Jovovich photographed by Inez and Vinoodh for Marella Fall 2012 

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Milla Jovovich photographed by Inez and Vinoodh for Marella Fall 2012 

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