Monday, September 28, 2009

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Animated Eyes


I missed the rain and love hearing it again.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

A Mansion for the Backwards

I wish I could buy this mansion and have my own school for Nervous and Backward Adult Children.

Landmark Bourn Mansion (2550 Webster) Listed And Your Peek Inside
dungeon? i had to look that up to be sure... it has a very specific definition (a room used to imprison people). i hope he means basement!
Posted by: hugh at August 31, 2009 4:56 PM
Dungeons are called "oubliettes" in French. A very cute name meaning you'd dump people (for instance unruly servants) in there and forget ("oublier") about them.
Another more common usage was as a meat storage room. In some cold regions, you'd lay a depth of snow, throw cattle or game carcasses over, one layer of snow, one layer of meat, and so on. The food would stay cold way into the spring.
I don't know which of the 2 usages he was talking about, but I'd open the dungeon doors with extreme precaution.

Wired Dog

Wired — William Wegman, 2005

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Gotta love the internet

thesweetestpsychopath:“Remain Akubi Zone and FuckYeahDogs participant..FuckTeahThis and FuckYeahThat…FuckYeahRetards”

akubizone , why don’t you keep your comments to yourself instead of tagging them on to what others post.

So sad, so sorry. I can't believe I've fallen into this absurdity.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Flower Girl and Monk

Benjamin Goss via Yotta

The monk in Soho (via Benjamin Goss)

Feeling "Functionally Heterosexual" Today

reblog with your sexuality
“functionally heterosexual.” Would now be the time to call into question the use of our sexualities as a primary element in our identities? What’s the going logic on this amongst the Foucaultians and late night chat show hosts?

“Functionally Heterosexual” mantis or dog?