La parole n’est qu’un bruit et les livres ne sont que du papier.– Paul Claudel
Tumblrs I Follow
i am so glad i got the code to do this because i was NOT going to do it manually. thank you fuddmain for posting it. code to get your nice list of people you follow: http://www.tumblr.com/following?list= here’s mine marco szymon ideas cubicle17 topherchris gina ofvarieddelights toldorknown drnic nickdouglas sarahlane terminally-incoherent gondaba sillywalks roamin nikography humorzo...
The Maasai (also spelt Masai) were once the dominant peoples of the plains of East Africa. Now they are restricted to portions of southern Kenya and Tanzania. There are about 300,000 to 380,000 Maasai. They speak a variant of the Maa language which is spoken by several tribal groups in Kenya and Tanzania with about a million speakers in total. The Maasai are famous for their fearlessness as...
The Spice Of Life: Erotic Body Casts
The art of Jamie McCartney begs the question- where is the dividing line between pornography and erotic art? McCartney doesn’t make the answer easy because he depicts the erotic world without the restraint normally exhibited by serious artists. He goes where no other artist normally goes when he depicts erect penises, for example and then challenges us to see them as objects of beauty. It...
from joelaz: If you use Tumblr, please consider reblogging this post and updating it with the people you FollowOnTumblr. These are the people I FollowOnTumblr: david nickdouglas soxiam bijan jakoblodwick kevinrose beach gtmcknight chimetv fred-wilson fascinated rach secretenemyhideout Who do you FollowOnTumblr? This is a great idea. The run-on post title will make it real easy to [find...
The Adventure Blog: Can You Hear Me Now? - Cell... →
hiding the skeleton key.
Make Fire →
Here’s a pretty detailed site that explains fire making using a Bow Drill. Some like it. I prefer to use the Hand Drill. Still others use a Striker (Sparks from Flint)
The word I spoke in anger weighs less than a parsley seed, but a road runs through it that leads to my grave, that bought-and-paid-for lot on a salt-sprayed hill in Truro where the scrub pines overlook the bay. Half-way I’m dead enough, strayed from my own nature and my fierce hold on life. If I could cry, I’d cry, but I’m too old to be anybody’s child....
Toilet Restaurant →
people are so damn lost.. this is in such poor taste. they actually go and sit on toilet seats- no..no chairs. eat out of toilet bowls and drink from piss containers. and smile all the while. there are apparently twelve such toilet restaurants in Taiwan alone.
Something Comes From Nothing. Celebrate Buy... →
Thousands of people the world over plan to celebrate what’s usually the biggest shopping day of the year by … not buying anything.
10 Commandments of (Sustainable) Design →
1. Good design is innovative 2. Good design makes a product useful 3. Good design is aesthetic 4. Good design helps a product to be understood 5. Good design is unobtrusive 6. Good design is honest 7. Good design is durable 8. Good design is consistent to the last detail 9. Good design is concerned with the environment 10. Good...
I have gone out, a possessed witch, haunting the black air, braver at night; dreaming evil, I have done my hitch over the plain houses, light by light: lonely thing, twelve-fingered, out of mind. A woman like that is not a woman, quite. I have been her kind. I have found the warm caves in the woods, filled them with skillets, carvings, shelves, closets, silks, innumerable goods; fixed...
Thanksgiving Day coverage live from Alcatraz. →
6:00 AM listen to live coverage from Alcatraz on KPFA online.
listening to news.. more crap.
We do not walk alone. Great Being walks beside us. Know this and be grateful.– ~ Polingaysi Q“yawayma, HOPI
The Pet Spa Cabin →
what the hell? put an animal in washing machine.
Lewis and Clark. Stop celebrating. They don't... →
sigh.. “…They discovered new land so the United States could grow into a great nation. Lewis and Clark, it’s claimed, opened the West and launched the American empire.” Except they didn’t. “If Lewis and Clark had died on the trail, it wouldn’t have mattered a bit,” says Notre Dame University historian Thomas Slaughter, author of the forthcoming