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still spooky after all these years 10h
Replying to @poopcutie
That sounds really interesting
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still spooky after all these years 17h
Facebook categorizing Chipotle as political bc it used the word Mexican is the best distillation of our political moment I’ve ever heard
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still spooky after all these years Oct 15
Replying to @jjjjjjjjohannah
Cursed by taste
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still spooky after all these years Oct 15
Replying to @jjjjjjjjohannah
Can’t believe moose knuckle didn’t get more love. Do you people even care about *cinema*? This crotch shot is Fritz Lang! Try to find a more artful moose knuckle I dare you
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still spooky after all these years Oct 14
Why isn't this incredible shot of moose knuckle more famous
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iris Oct 13
when i feel bad about my social skills i remind myself how one time rachmaninoff decided he was gonna be pals with stravinsky (who'd casually mentioned he liked honey) so he showed up at his house in the middle of the night with an enormous jar of honey and no explanation
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Rebecca Baird-Remba Oct 12
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still spooky after all these years Oct 11
I love watching people in the supermarket checkout aisle buy a series of terrible things followed by one item of produce. Like wow you must really enjoy bell peppers to include it with the chips! An act of love
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still spooky after all these years Oct 11
Replying to @jjjjjjjjohannah
Migos is a boy band. Wu Tang is a boy band. De La Soul is a boy band. Bone Thugs is a boy band.
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still spooky after all these years Oct 11
Why aren’t rap groups considered boy bands
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still spooky after all these years Oct 10
Replying to @kirindensetsu
Ok. I will answer any time as long as I’m not literally talking to a client, so call anytime
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still spooky after all these years Oct 10
Replying to @kirindensetsu
Hey can you get on the phone and talk? I want to hear how you’re doing. Here tonight or any time tomorrow.
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still spooky after all these years Oct 7
Replying to @jjjjjjjjohannah
3) It is legal to pull your pants down and jerk off under your clothes on public transit provided ONLY your pubes are showing. Hear that? Pubes are okay, guys. See some pubes on the MTA? Don't worry about it!
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still spooky after all these years Oct 7
Replying to @jjjjjjjjohannah
2) For the first half of the 19th century, three women a day spontaneously combusted thx to flammable crinoline hooping. Usually it happened while cooking or heating the house but sometimes a cigar would roll under your skirt and 5 minutes later you were aflame on the crosswalk
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still spooky after all these years Oct 7
Here are some things I learned today: 1) For 20 years a vengeful unassimilated Irish maid named Bridget (played by different actresses) was a frequent silent film trope. she engaged in hijinks like coating her pans in laxatives and (pre-holocaust) gassing her employers to death
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still spooky after all these years Oct 6
Replying to @jjjjjjjjohannah
There’s an interesting biopolitical aspect to this idea, too. “Problematic” gained prominence in engineering: machines caused problems. So a shift from aesthetic to demographic problematics implies a shift in critical focus from machine-made-art to machine-made-electorates
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still spooky after all these years Oct 6
Replying to @jjjjjjjjohannah
Art is problematic when it is too accessible, but the barrier to accessibility has changed from an aesthetic to political or representative problem. might be smthg about different kinds of aesthetic/political representation here too (vertretung v darstellung etc)
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still spooky after all these years Oct 6
Replying to @jjjjjjjjohannah
we call art problematic to compensate outside the text for its internal failure to challenge us morally, where morality today means accurately representing popular demographics rather than first half of 20th C’s aesthetic morality
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still spooky after all these years Oct 6
A few years ago I wrote an essay about the word “problematic” and like a lot of the essays I wrote 3 or 4 years ago its animating question has really stuck with me. Anyway this line about modernist art seems relevant-
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still spooky after all these years Oct 5
Hi! I am new to JavaScript/Liquid and need help understanding how to...capture a variable and assign it my own variable? (Not sure if this question makes sense, still learning the vernacular.) Can anyone give me a hand?
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