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Complex logic here but give it a minute…

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aseaofquotes:

James Baldwin, Tell Me How Long the Train’s Been Gone

James Baldwin was one of our best. Possibly THE best American writer. And I don’t do bests. I read this novel last year and it had me in tears.

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Nows I knows whats time it is!

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archiemcphee:

For an ongoing series entitled The Great Travelling Art Exhibition, English artist Ben Long uses his bare hands to create elaborate drawings in the grime that accumulates on the rear shutters of haulage trucks. As the trucks transport their goods across town and country, Long’s artwork is shared with the public. That is, until time or the inevitable powerwasher obscures the image.

"The ongoing project aims to bring art to the public through these moving canvases, away from restricted space of museums and art institution—his artworks focus on subjects relatable to many, such as animal portraits, human and their pets."

Visit Ben Long’s website to check out more of his artwork.

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Love these!

Even Baltimore is crying today.

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Ha! My pedal board is Dethfamous! (by association)

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mattnathanson:

i wrote something for the amazing Talkhouse Music
on the even MORE amazing Sinead O’Connor

as per usual, i get kinda passionate.
and swear a bunch.

i absolutely loved writing this.

TT the Bear’s Place. Dante’s Grin. #tbt #the90s #pout (photo probably by Mark Regillo or Chris McCarthy)

I think this one is my favorite to date. Especially cuz Mustaine is such a douche.

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canadian-space-agency:

Our Moon.

July 15th 2014.

Credit: Cosmonaut Maxim Suraev

Lovely.

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I’m sure you were out there tonight, Atlanta, but I spent the entire show watching this guy hunt!

Gained in Translation

"You’re so damned Dostoyevskian, repulsive and pleasant at the same time. A kind of metaphysical ass-kisser. When you put on a smile like that who in hell would ever want to hurt you." - Oliveira, in Cortàzar’s ‘Hopscotch’

Not since my 6th reading of The Master and Margarita has being forced by my own ignorance to read a book in translation pained me so much. Gregory Rabassa’s rendering seems to be excellent but the language is so beautiful in translation, I’m feeling with each page the loss of not being able to read it in the original Spanish. Maybe someday. Regardless, this is a stunning novel. I’m quite sure I didn’t give it enough attention at Emerson. Apologies, David Daniel.