Gregory Corso, Tangier, Morocco, July 1961. (photo c. Allen Ginsberg Estate)

Gregory Corso, Tangier, Morocco, July 1961. (photo c. Allen Ginsberg Estate)



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Pedestal Sink | @emotionalorphan http://ow.ly/C0NQg #broadsides redux project

Pedestal Sink | @emotionalorphan http://ow.ly/C0NQg #broadsides redux project


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tobeamodernman:


The pay gap between CEOs and workers is much worse than you realize - The Washington Post http://ow.ly/BWPnU #wakeupamerica #uniteblue

tobeamodernman:

The pay gap between CEOs and workers is much worse than you realize - The Washington Post http://ow.ly/BWPnU #wakeupamerica #uniteblue


delusyum:

But nobody ever forgot anything, not really, though sometimes they pretended, when it suited them. Memories were permanent. Sorrowful ones remained sad even with the passing of time, yet happy ones could never be recreated—not with the same joy. Remembering bred its own peculiar sorrow. It seemed so unfair: that time should render both sadness and happiness into a source of pain.

—Rohinton Mistry, from A Fine Balance (Vintage International, 2001)


timelightbox:

Photo: Laura El-Tantawy
How Smartphones Have Changed the Way We Experience Photography
Smartphones have not only changed the way we make photos, but also the meaning and purpose of photography itself, an exhibition curated by photographer and film maker Henry Jacobson at the Center for Photography at Woodstock shows.

timelightbox:

Photo: Laura El-Tantawy

How Smartphones Have Changed the Way We Experience Photography

Smartphones have not only changed the way we make photos, but also the meaning and purpose of photography itself, an exhibition curated by photographer and film maker Henry Jacobson at the Center for Photography at Woodstock shows.


chocolatecakesandthickmilkshakes:

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blicky417:

Now HE is a role-model

A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves.

they criticize him because they aren’t brave enough to emulate him.

Wow, this is awesome!

So, you know, you mention the Tupamaros as a “robin hood organization” and don’t mention that they were a Marxist group, because that word is scary to liberals.

And the post kinda glosses over that the country was at the time, under a military Junta.

Jose Mujica is so much better than this photoset

Re-reblogging for the above.

Real leadership, comrades.

Humility is what people feel and relate to. This should be a requirement, if nothing else it’ll separate the real men from the cowards that hide behind armies while handing laws from on high. Big up to a real man of the people and I rarely use the term man. 


(via Syria Becomes the 7th Predominantly Muslim Country Bombed by 2009 Nobel Peace Laureate - The Intercept)

(via Syria Becomes the 7th Predominantly Muslim Country Bombed by 2009 Nobel Peace Laureate - The Intercept)


iart-emotionalorphan:

The Collapse of Zen / Words from Leonard Cohen / Vision by @emotionalorphan

iart-emotionalorphan:

The Collapse of Zen / Words from Leonard Cohen / Vision by @emotionalorphan