Intro to Photography.

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Intro to Photography.

Indyface got an intimate inside look into former X-Men Cyclops’s life ,and eventual downward spiral, post expulsion from Xavier’s academy. Check it out and share or do whatever the hell makes you happy for once in your life@!

I’d never taken a drug before Gummo, but as soon as that was over I started flirting with heroin, because making films was all I ever wanted, and once that was done I was just bored. And my problems, my violence, they all stem from boredom, and when I did that drug it was the first time I could just sit and feel blissful, you know? But in the end it’s a lie. So I went back to the anger. And I’m comfortable knowing that without the work I’d kill myself, because I feel like I’m here for one reason, and that’s to create.

(Source: getajobwhenigrowold, via bbook)

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I’d never taken a drug before Gummo, but as soon as that was over I started flirting with heroin, because making films was all I ever wanted, and once that was done I was just bored. And my problems, my violence, they all stem from boredom, and when I did that drug it was the first time I could just sit and feel blissful, you know? But in the end it’s a lie. So I went back to the anger. And I’m comfortable knowing that without the work I’d kill myself, because I feel like I’m here for one reason, and that’s to create.

(Source: getajobwhenigrowold, via bbook)

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bbook:

I agree with Fassbinder who said, ‘revolution doesn’t belong on the cinema screen, but outside, in the world,’” Haynes said in the linear notes for Safe’s soundtrack. And as one of his best features, rather than handing his audience a solution or spelling out exactly what he was trying to say, he opted to show us and make us feel his motives and desires—’to give them the revolution is to deprive them of the necessity of creating their own. Viewers of film have extraordinary powers: they can make life out of reflections on the wall,” he said. And as someone who favors the work of directors such as Chantal Ackerman, who chooses to expose the moments most filmmakers would leave behind or cut out in order to allow the viewer to impress themselves into the storytelling and create a genuine curiosity, Safe was born out of a “strict opposition to current trends in movies,” and distaste for Hollywood’s “histrionics and technological gimmickry” which leave you numb.”

The Quiet Terror of Todd Haynes’ ‘Safe’

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bbook:

I agree with Fassbinder who said, ‘revolution doesn’t belong on the cinema screen, but outside, in the world,’” Haynes said in the linear notes for Safe’s soundtrack. And as one of his best features, rather than handing his audience a solution or spelling out exactly what he was trying to say, he opted to show us and make us feel his motives and desires—’to give them the revolution is to deprive them of the necessity of creating their own. Viewers of film have extraordinary powers: they can make life out of reflections on the wall,” he said. And as someone who favors the work of directors such as Chantal Ackerman, who chooses to expose the moments most filmmakers would leave behind or cut out in order to allow the viewer to impress themselves into the storytelling and create a genuine curiosity, Safe was born out of a “strict opposition to current trends in movies,” and distaste for Hollywood’s “histrionics and technological gimmickry” which leave you numb.”

The Quiet Terror of Todd Haynes’ ‘Safe’

R.I.P.

It’s the shadowy whisper that brushes my leg
or sends you shooting it through my brain
It’s the way you back up into my veins

It’s a cruel world
But it’s cool

It’s the way you keep wearing me all on your clothes
or pull me back on my own bed
or let me see you getting changed

It’s a cruel world
But it’s cool

Well i’m out in california now
Ari gave me his new car
and all the girls are so champagne
I’m a high liver
I’m a slow burner

My life in 2013.

New Camera. New Reason To Plague The Internet. 

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New Camera. New Reason To Plague The Internet. 

bbook:

I used to sit in my room and think like, what if someone had a gun to your head and you had no fingers, and they said to write a book about the history of, I don’t know, prostitution, and you have three hours to push away on that keyboard—what would that look like? And then I would just try to do it. Or let’s say someone duct-taped a tree branch to your hand and then gave you a huge bowl of ink to dip it in and said that you had thirty five minutes to render your version of the Mona Lisa on this canvas. A lot of it was just playing games with myself to see where it would go.

HARMONY KORINE

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bbook:

I used to sit in my room and think like, what if someone had a gun to your head and you had no fingers, and they said to write a book about the history of, I don’t know, prostitution, and you have three hours to push away on that keyboard—what would that look like? And then I would just try to do it. Or let’s say someone duct-taped a tree branch to your hand and then gave you a huge bowl of ink to dip it in and said that you had thirty five minutes to render your version of the Mona Lisa on this canvas. A lot of it was just playing games with myself to see where it would go.

HARMONY KORINE

thebabysisters:

Photos: Aaron Giron 

Model: Jordan Garcia

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thebabysisters:

Photos: Aaron Giron 

Model: Jordan Garcia

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  • Trackname:

    My Last Goodbye
  • Artist:

    Apaullo Cutts

thebabysisters:

Albums I Would Never Put On Any Lists But Still Love.(Sublime.Self titled.1996) 

 I am not a “Badfish”. I would never want anyone to consider me a “Badfish” and probably would become very angry with someone if they were to refer to me as a “Badfish” but when the song comes on from Sublime titled ‘Badfish’ and I have had a few beers and a couple of bong hits you can bet your ass that I will proudly declare “Fuck Yeah I am!” when Bradley Nowell sings in the song ” Tell me are you a badfish too?”. Now that song is not on the album I am talking about but I wanted to use that as an example as to the power that is Sublime. Sublime was an American ska punk band from Long Beach, California, formed in 1988. The band’s line-up, consisted of Bradley Nowell, Eric Wilson and Bud Gaugh. Now, when I sit down and think about the top 20 albums and or bands that changed my life a Ska Punk band from Long Beach would probably not make that list for myself and a lot of other people but I can’t find one person who doesn’t like at least ONE Sublime song. We all know the radio hits like ‘Wrong Way’ and ‘What I got’ which I am sure most of us have hummed or sang at least once driving in our cars but the album as a whole is so good because it flows so well together. Ska as a genre of music is not a very good one. It does not leave much room to grow unless you are really going to take it to another level (Rx bandits,No Doubt) or you can get stuck doing the same boring drinking beer and farting ska songs that seemed appealing when you were in Middle School because you had no clue about that life but wished you did. Sublime on the other hand were a band I felt did not need to grow. Why would you want them too? Sublime is that band you want to keep putting out the same record because if they tried something different it would not have the same appeal. 

 For anyone reading this I do not wear my hat backwards and over my eye brows. I don’t drive any type of truck that I need  a ladder to climb into. I don’t wear motor cross jerseys and swim trunks as my going out clothes and I also don’t scream ” FUCK YEAH BRO!” every time I am asked a question. I am just an average guy who likes all kinds of music and like the title of the post suggests this album is one I listen to ALL the time but its not one that changed my life in anyway. So, take a couple of rips out of your bong with the mushroom sticker on it and throw back a few beers with a couple of friends and throw on Sublimes self titled album and tell me you don feel the same. Bradley Nowell has a lyric in the song ‘Same In The End’ that goes ” The day that I die will be the day that I shut my mouth and put down my guitar.” Well, he died of a drug overdose but in a sense he was right because his spirit still lives on when ever a Sublime record is played and also his band mates are still trying to make money by replacing him with some weirdo named Rome and I don’t know if that keeps the spirit alive but it sure pays their rent but hey “Its all the same in the end…” 

This post was written stoned by Jordan Garcia. 

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thebabysisters:

Albums I Would Never Put On Any Lists But Still Love.(Sublime.Self titled.1996) 

 I am not a “Badfish”. I would never want anyone to consider me a “Badfish” and probably would become very angry with someone if they were to refer to me as a “Badfish” but when the song comes on from Sublime titled ‘Badfish’ and I have had a few beers and a couple of bong hits you can bet your ass that I will proudly declare “Fuck Yeah I am!” when Bradley Nowell sings in the song ” Tell me are you a badfish too?”. Now that song is not on the album I am talking about but I wanted to use that as an example as to the power that is Sublime. Sublime was an American ska punk band from Long Beach, California, formed in 1988. The band’s line-up, consisted of Bradley Nowell, Eric Wilson and Bud Gaugh. Now, when I sit down and think about the top 20 albums and or bands that changed my life a Ska Punk band from Long Beach would probably not make that list for myself and a lot of other people but I can’t find one person who doesn’t like at least ONE Sublime song. We all know the radio hits like ‘Wrong Way’ and ‘What I got’ which I am sure most of us have hummed or sang at least once driving in our cars but the album as a whole is so good because it flows so well together. Ska as a genre of music is not a very good one. It does not leave much room to grow unless you are really going to take it to another level (Rx bandits,No Doubt) or you can get stuck doing the same boring drinking beer and farting ska songs that seemed appealing when you were in Middle School because you had no clue about that life but wished you did. Sublime on the other hand were a band I felt did not need to grow. Why would you want them too? Sublime is that band you want to keep putting out the same record because if they tried something different it would not have the same appeal. 

 For anyone reading this I do not wear my hat backwards and over my eye brows. I don’t drive any type of truck that I need  a ladder to climb into. I don’t wear motor cross jerseys and swim trunks as my going out clothes and I also don’t scream ” FUCK YEAH BRO!” every time I am asked a question. I am just an average guy who likes all kinds of music and like the title of the post suggests this album is one I listen to ALL the time but its not one that changed my life in anyway. So, take a couple of rips out of your bong with the mushroom sticker on it and throw back a few beers with a couple of friends and throw on Sublimes self titled album and tell me you don feel the same. Bradley Nowell has a lyric in the song ‘Same In The End’ that goes ” The day that I die will be the day that I shut my mouth and put down my guitar.” Well, he died of a drug overdose but in a sense he was right because his spirit still lives on when ever a Sublime record is played and also his band mates are still trying to make money by replacing him with some weirdo named Rome and I don’t know if that keeps the spirit alive but it sure pays their rent but hey “Its all the same in the end…” 

This post was written stoned by Jordan Garcia. 

Baby sister : The big sisters of comedy

Me and some friends are starting a blog and that blog represents us as a group. A group of friends who want to do Stand- up comedy, Write screenplays/short stories/reviews, Make sketches, Take pictures, and all kinds of other creative shit. We are BABY SISTER.

http://thebabysisters.tumblr.com/

Lovely. 

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Lovely.