Père Ubu, Dora Maar, 1936
by sunday i might, might, own a vintage jolly chimp aka the creepy monkey with cymbals doll (think toy story 3)
i need him.
EGO ≠ ECO
*sets 6 different alarms*
*wakes up past noon*
all day er’day
so i was just helping my sister finish her last-minute paper on how the obesity epidemic is the goverment’s fault more than it is the people’s right?
and then i’m checking my email like dududu dudud dudu duu
and i accidentally click on this one spam mail with the first line that reads
“The reason why you are heavy is not your fault! Regularly we’re besieged with misleading diet trends and plans that don’t mesh with our daily lives.”
از حادثه ترسند همه کاخ نشینان
ما خانه به دوشان غم سیلاب نداریم
going to see the secret world of arrietty with le bf today. i’m very excited.
i’ve tried to avoid screenshots and trailers and all kinds of spoilers for weeks now. it was tough work! i’m sure i won’t disappoint.
illustration by Evan Dorkin
Is there a place where one can find an anti-Rahm Emanuel tshirt?
Unfortunately the 2” pin on my backpack isn’t speaking loud enough.
Carnivals were popular amusements in the late 19th century. They featured rides, x-rays, games of skill, wild animals, strong men, contortionists, and even tent-show cinemas. Midway freak shows –giants, dwarfs, bearded women– were especially potent public attractions.
Movies carried these exhibits to audiences unable to witness them in real life. Filmed about 1900, here is the famous man-torso, Nikolai Kobelkoff, born in Siberia (1851) and a performer beginning in 1874.