recourses for the malignant and benign

just trying to find these little things in this life and the next one, those small irrationalities, or misplaced and mispelled catch phrases, tiny indsicretions that had you running and falling on that day to day

Aug 27

Beware #10 (1954)


I thought it was a Japanese wood block print at first really great detail and color but it’s zombies ha ha ha.

Beware #10 (1954)

I thought it was a Japanese wood block print at first really great detail and color but it’s zombies ha ha ha.

(via vintagegal)



rollingstone:

Adam DeVine wrote an essay for us on his love for the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

I know folks like this not to dis on him but I live in land of college football and insanity and such.

rollingstone:

Adam DeVine wrote an essay for us on his love for the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

I know folks like this not to dis on him but I live in land of college football and insanity and such.


foreignaffairsmagazine:

The American Dream is an illusion. Immigrants to the United States retain the same social status they arrive with: http://ow.ly/ALf4N 

Interesting. Probably he same for everybody else.

foreignaffairsmagazine:

The American Dream is an illusion. Immigrants to the United States retain the same social status they arrive with:

Interesting. Probably he same for everybody else.


Aug 12
medicalschool:

Normal chest x-ray

This has been me the past week been suffering from some bronchitis and it’s bad because of my asthma.  First time I’ve been tithe hospital in a while kind of scary but interesting with our new hospital out here sure better than the old one were stepping up on the world.  I sure am old now.

medicalschool:

Normal chest x-ray

This has been me the past week been suffering from some bronchitis and it’s bad because of my asthma. First time I’ve been tithe hospital in a while kind of scary but interesting with our new hospital out here sure better than the old one were stepping up on the world. I sure am old now.


The Genius of Robin Williams in “Aladdin”

newyorker:

Ian Crouch reflects on what he considers to be the actor’s most iconic performance:

“Thanks to Williams’s generosity and full-throttle sincerity as a performer, the jokes that went over the kids’ heads never felt exclusionary or as if they had been included at our expense. Instead, they were a warm and thrilling invitation to aspire toward joining the adult table, where Williams would put you at ease by poking you under the table and making fart noises.”

The man was a part of my childhood for sure but he suffered just like the rest of us. Always loved dead poets and goodwill hunting. He had range in acting and his wacky standup. Rest in peace mr Williams.


Jul 28

Any association with the Mockingjay symbol is forbidden

Been reading the books about half way done with the third one. I like them and the movies. My girlfriend doesn’t like them thinking the writing is to juvenile but I don’t care it’s a good story.


Jul 27
“I’ve never believed that being a self-regarding, narcissistic egotist should impede you from wanting a better world for everybody.” Irvine Welsh (via thatlitsite)

Funny. Sometimes I feel like that but maybe that’s just me. Ha ha.


Jul 26
innerbohemienne:

 Wild Turkey, from “The Birds of America” ~ artist John James Audubon. All 435 of Audubon’s original watercolors for Birds of America are at the New York Historical Society. First published in sections between 1827 - 1838, there are 119 complete copies of the Double Elephant Folio in existence today. Often regarded as the greatest picture book ever produced, a copy sold at Christie’s in March 2000 for $8,802,500.

Just got back from Canada and actually did do some nature stuff like going to a small zoo and going swimming at the beach but really at a beach in part of the river.   But also been perusing Audubons journal.  pretty interesting. He liked to hunt and stuff animals that he painted and sketched but oh well he drew some beautiful stuff.

innerbohemienne:

 Wild Turkey, from “The Birds of America” ~ artist John James Audubon. All 435 of Audubon’s original watercolors for Birds of America are at the New York Historical Society. First published in sections between 1827 - 1838, there are 119 complete copies of the Double Elephant Folio in existence today. Often regarded as the greatest picture book ever produced, a copy sold at Christie’s in March 2000 for $8,802,500.

Just got back from Canada and actually did do some nature stuff like going to a small zoo and going swimming at the beach but really at a beach in part of the river. But also been perusing Audubons journal. pretty interesting. He liked to hunt and stuff animals that he painted and sketched but oh well he drew some beautiful stuff.


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