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laughingsquid:

Disco Ball Helmet
imremembering:

The Clown From “It”
via michelledean

imremembering:

The Clown From “It”

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sirmitchell:

This is amazingly accurate. 

sirmitchell:

This is amazingly accurate. 

themissionvision:

Light Paintings by Janne Parviainen.

alesserphotographer:

I’m pleased to present my first manifesto for minimal photography, A Lesser Photographer: 10 Principles for Rediscovering What Matters.

Download the ebook here.

Photographers are being bombarded by content that has only further removed them from their creativity (and money). They’re…

damnthatswhack:

Louis C.K. Fake Fox News Segment on This Week’s Episode of “Louie”.

On this week’s episode of “Louie” on FX. Louie discusses his passion for self-pleasure in a faux Fox News segment. If you haven’t yet begun to embrace the wondrous bit of television that is “Louie”, then I suggest you get on that pretty soon!


thepersonalnetwork:

We made a mistake. Over the last couple of days users brought to light an issue concerning how we handle your personal information on Path, specifically the transmission and storage of your phone contacts.

As our mission is to build the world’s first personal network, a trusted place for you to…

defranco:

This video hurts my soul.  There is a difference between “a spanking” and outright beating a child.  I’ve never made a video about this, but watching this brings back a lot of hatred of my childhood.  Judge William Adams needs to go to jail for this sort of child abuse that was a common occurrence according to his daughter. 

The same thing would happen to me as a child.  My parents were divorced and my mom had massive anger problems.  She always knew I loved my dad more and it infuriated her.  One time in particular I got “caught” talking to my dad on the phone even though my mom had banned me from speaking with him.  She was furious.  She whipped off her belt and just went to town.  Legs, arm, neck, and back (Much like Judge Adams).  Its one of the reasons I find it hard to love her.  But the one silver lining that I take away from it is I will never beat my child.  I will never be any of the terrible things my mom was.  I’ve never shared that before.