Saturday, January 30, 2010

George Michael|Precious Box
You may want to think again...

video

Grace Jones|One Man Show
La Vie en Rose

Born this day in 1974|Christian Bale

Quote|Unquote

gotta get up to get down

gotta get up to get down

gotta get up to get down

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Chris Evans = Himbo

Haiti's Port|Before & After the Earthquake

Born this day in 1968|Sarah McLaughlin

Born this day in 1981|Elijah Wood

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Born this day in 1912|Jackson Pollack



Jackson Pollock (American, 1912–1956)
Number 13A: Arabesque, 1948
Oil on canvas, 37 x 117 in. (94 x 297.2 cm)
Gift of Richard Brown Baker, B.A. 1935
1995.32.1
©2004 Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Pollock was a pivotal member of the New York avant-garde during the rise of Abstract Expressionism in the 1940s and early 1950s. While most painters prior to Pollock applied paint with a brush to a stretched, upright canvas, Pollock worked during this period on unstretched canvases laid out on the ground. Each mark he made was the result and record of the physical gesture that formed it, inspiring the famous description of Pollock's work as "action painting." This automatic method appealed to Pollock because it enabled him to explore physical and subconscious expression rather than approaching painting from an intellectual source or premeditated design. In this painting drips and splatters form an intricate network of curving lines whose interaction creates a rich tonal structure in which the bright white lines guide the viewer through an experience of lively movement and space.

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This Day in History
1986|Space Shuttle Challenger Explodes



"Go at throttle up..."

Explosion.

"Obviously a major malfunction."

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Versus.
Dump Truck v Bridge
Turkey
OMG!!!

BREAKING!
Catcher Dies!
J. D. Salinger passes on...

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iBad Customer Service
One More Reason

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Why 2Wire Sucks the Big One!



So much for 12MBps!!!

eHarmony settles lawsuit over same-sex matching

Reuters
Tuesday, January 26, 2010; 9:27 PM

NEW YORK (Reuters) - eHarmony Inc, which operates a website to help singles find relationships, said on Tuesday that it settled a class action lawsuit over same-sex matching.

All claims against the company will be dismissed and a $2 million settlement fund will be established, eHarmony said, with $500,000 designated as a fund for claims by the class.

eHarmony, based in Pasadena, California, did not admit any wrongdoing or liability by settling the case, which was filed in 2007 on behalf of a class of gay, lesbian and bisexual individuals in California who alleged they were unable to use the website to be matched with same-sex partners.

(Reporting by Martinne Geller; Editing by Bernard Orr)

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Sorry, but iPad makes me think of Kotex.
Don't Ask.

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This Day in History
Michael Jackson's Hair Catches Fire
Boycott Pepsi!

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Versus.
News Media Whores Run Amok
Haiti v iPad v State of the Union

I'm betting by day's end?

iPad is first.
State of the Union is second.
And Haiti?

Those poor bastards are going to recognize what happens to them when the spotlight shifts

just.
a.
little.
bit.

Monday, January 25, 2010

The Vault|Marvin
1980s
Dedicated to St Mickey,
Patron Saint of Redemption

The Vault|Miami Shores
1990_Cats


Ouija, Morte, and Woodlawn, watching Goldie eat dinner; 1990
dedicated to PJH

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The Vault|Hartford CT
February 1988, Polaroid Self-Portraits


Self-Portrait in the style of Post-Mortem Portraiture; Polaroid Original


Self-Portrait instead of suicide; Polaroid Original

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In Front of the Lens
The Vault|1981
Portrait By Rayburne Beale

The Vault|early 80s
Once upon a time, in a land long, long ago...

Voodoo Rites and Rituals|Privately Published
Acquired in Miami

Amazing NYC Street Art|Joshua Allen Harris

Sunday, January 24, 2010

ABATAP.
3D IMAX. The Only Way!



Thanks to the happy couple for taking me to an amazing experience!

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This Day in History|1984
Apple Revealed Its First Macintosh Computer

Born this day|1943
Sharon Tate

The Vault|1984
Dancing. Does a body good.
Self-portrait as "Dancing Queen"

Stoned much?

After the dancefloor.

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