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Apr 9 '14
Lifehack.

Lifehack.

Apr 4 '14
A lemon dropped. Five left on the tree now.

A lemon dropped. Five left on the tree now.

Apr 3 '14
heeeraldo:

noiseband:

On the one hand: it’s a pretty straightforward recipe (before adaptation, anyway)
On the other: before I come home, some nights, one or both of us will text the other about feeling like ramen but not like going out, at which point it’s a matter of time before this particular recipe comes into play. We make it often enough that most of the things required are on hand, and the things that aren’t can be picked up on the way home (when you remember to.)
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I keep meaning to write more about the things I make and eat, and now there’s a spot for it (with a terrible name, I know.)

heeeraldo:

noiseband:

On the one hand: it’s a pretty straightforward recipe (before adaptation, anyway)

On the other: before I come home, some nights, one or both of us will text the other about feeling like ramen but not like going out, at which point it’s a matter of time before this particular recipe comes into play. We make it often enough that most of the things required are on hand, and the things that aren’t can be picked up on the way home (when you remember to.)

Read More

I keep meaning to write more about the things I make and eat, and now there’s a spot for it (with a terrible name, I know.)

Apr 3 '14

jakke asked:

Where has the best tacos in Vancouver?

After I make it clear I have no real taco credibility, my choice for best taco is La Taqueria. They’re good, you can mix varieties in each order of four, and they’re great park lunch food.

Mar 24 '14
fussybabybitch:

j bearhat ‘cast it from thee’ & patreon announcement
hi i’m doing things again & i’m announcing two (2) of them
firstly, i’m currently working on a longer zine titled ‘cast it from thee’, which is mostly memoiric but might be a little editorial as well. it’s going to be about the memories of my middle school & high school years, the ones i can remember anyway. it mostly focuses on religion, fathers, masculinity, and loss. specifically & flippantly, it’s about how the process of losing all those things have fucked me up because i couldn’t let go. vaguely, it’s about learning to lose the things that have become harmful for you, about knowing what can be reclaimed and what can be cut off. it’s about learning to live without what you’re terrified to lose.
at least how it stands, for now. these things tend to change as i write them over and over.
in order to help keep me focused on writing (this is the second thing) I’m also goingto be producing smaller, shorter, most likely more dark humor driven zines, which i’ll be posting up about on here as well (currently producing one called ‘gay apathy’). 
& to help supplement income, & to keep me on task, i’ve also set up a patreon page where people can donate as lil as $1 a pop for “mini-zines” (probably gonna aim for 2-3 a month). not only will you get a few cool pdfs (and sometimes prints too) every month, but I also am going to be using this as a place to post a lot of one-off bits that i don’t particularly feel like turning into full pieces but are fun exercises (these will be ‘free’ to patrons). there’s more info at the page below,
http://www.patreon.com/jbearhat

fussybabybitch:

j bearhat ‘cast it from thee’ & patreon announcement

hi i’m doing things again & i’m announcing two (2) of them

firstly, i’m currently working on a longer zine titled ‘cast it from thee’, which is mostly memoiric but might be a little editorial as well. it’s going to be about the memories of my middle school & high school years, the ones i can remember anyway. it mostly focuses on religion, fathers, masculinity, and loss. specifically & flippantly, it’s about how the process of losing all those things have fucked me up because i couldn’t let go. vaguely, it’s about learning to lose the things that have become harmful for you, about knowing what can be reclaimed and what can be cut off. it’s about learning to live without what you’re terrified to lose.

at least how it stands, for now. these things tend to change as i write them over and over.

in order to help keep me focused on writing (this is the second thing) I’m also goingto be producing smaller, shorter, most likely more dark humor driven zines, which i’ll be posting up about on here as well (currently producing one called ‘gay apathy’).

& to help supplement income, & to keep me on task, i’ve also set up a patreon page where people can donate as lil as $1 a pop for “mini-zines” (probably gonna aim for 2-3 a month). not only will you get a few cool pdfs (and sometimes prints too) every month, but I also am going to be using this as a place to post a lot of one-off bits that i don’t particularly feel like turning into full pieces but are fun exercises (these will be ‘free’ to patrons). there’s more info at the page below,

http://www.patreon.com/jbearhat

Mar 24 '14
fartdaughter:

been thinking about this tweet all day

fartdaughter:

been thinking about this tweet all day

Mar 24 '14

thewaxingmachine:

what terrible thing happened here

Mar 15 '14
two goobers in love

two goobers in love

Mar 9 '14

archiemcphee:

For an incredibly kawaii series entitled Invertebrate Sleep Habits, Japanese artist Hiné Mizushima (previously featured here) created this awesomely cute octet of needle felted sea creatures, each of which is tucked into an adorable little bed.

They were created for In The Palm of Your Hand, the January 2014 art exhibition at the EMP Collective in Baltimore, Maryland.

[via Laughing Squid]

attn heeeraldo and cubbyzissou
Mar 4 '14
"There was a type of employee at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution whose job and livelihood largely vanished in the early twentieth century. This was the horse. The population of working horses actually peaked in England long after the Industrial Revolution, in 1901, when 3.25 million were at work. Though they had been replaced by rail for long-distance haulage and by steam engines for driving machinery, they still plowed fields, hauled wagons and carriages short distances, pulled boats on the canals, toiled in the pits, and carried armies into battle. But the arrival of the internal combustion engine in the late nineteenth century rapidly displaced these workers, so that by 1924 there were fewer than two million. There was always a wage at which all these horses could have remained employed. But that wage was so low that it did not pay for their feed."

Gregory Clark in A Farewall to Alms: A Brief Economic History of the World

Those last couple sentences, though.

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Mar 2 '14
mineralists:

Halite(salt) encrusted Ram Skull Mount Gunson Region, South Australia

salt skull

mineralists:

Halite(salt) encrusted Ram Skull
Mount Gunson Region, South Australia

salt skull

Mar 1 '14
the best view at the show tonight

the best view at the show tonight

Feb 27 '14
night city

l0stw0rlds:

ellaguro:

night city

an audio-visual experience

img link: http://imgur.com/Ekd8AqD

this art and track i made fit together really well