"...the thingness of something becomes apparent when it is no longer functioning as it did before or it becomes dysfunctional or if it appears in an unexpected place..."
meanwhile in wales
fuck you fuck off
why you should turn on 'find my...' on your macbook right now do it
it makes everyone very happy if no one truly has to not touch anything when they pay
there is more and more bloviation — bloviation begets bloviation
mate, they are TROUSERS. ok?
crumbs tim krul is on the bench at luton these days
that is bullshit! demolish that building!
If you don’t mean your words to breed consequences, don’t write
me too and so we should
en? leuke vakantie gehad?
it wasn't his aestheic you fucking morons he was just copying what he saw other people doing
there is a national american industry code for psychic arts
new york 1958 saul leiter
pilvi takala—possibly interesting finnish artist
recipe for thick golden dahl
the times reports that 'iron' mike tyson has openened a cannabis
Miriam Margolyes - “Who benefits most from anal sex
ugh i hate some of the cretinous presenters on bbc world world
ja nee ik heb ook een aantal vreemde dingen waargenomen maar ze vlogen niet door de lucht ze liepen gewoon rond en kraamden onzin uit eigenijk zie ik ze overal de hele tijd
ik doe ook aan extended non-cooperation maar dan in het algemeen
derrida - la mort or l'amour?
jeroen caramelises the bok choi in ketjap and serves them with
a false spring
help my bananas are emitting anti-matter
an ai generated image of a politician from the nether regions
equipment needed to get through the next four years check
well you did ask dept
welcome to belgium (herman van den boom)
umm ... wait
cartoon by robert jay lifton psychoanalyst and writer
psychoanalysis will help you — grete stern (1949)
gerard reve channels joseph beuys (1998)
meanwhile in england there are more pressing issues
the world is primarily psychogenic and most things are either a placebo or a nocebo
Morrissey once described his teenage life as ‘waiting for a bus
i like the principle of cutting out the middleman. true, the
new york city, december 2000. (helena fitzgerald)