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Simpsons on modern art

Simpsons on modern art

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jonfenmarlowe:

The Runwell Bicycle | Shinola

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wldlfco:

Ridin’

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Ridin’

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baconxfingers:

Got the opportunity to grab a few photos of this 1978 Schwinn Paramount today. Its still in possession of the original owner 

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"What are decisions for? What are we aiming for when we make decisions? At one level, you may say, “I’m looking for a better job, a better house, a new car,” but if you ask what all these things have in common, all of them, I think, are meant to increase or at least maintain your happiness. So if you’re interested in decisions and how people think about the future, you very quickly find yourself studying of happiness."

http://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2014/03/psychology-an-owner-s-manual-for-your-own-mind/284329/

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Niggas be lovin’ the old Ye, they sayin’ the new Ye, that nigga be spazzin’
But when Ali turn up and be Ali, you can’t ever change that nigga back to Cassius

- Kanye West from his new feature on “Sanctified

This line is brilliant. Seriously.  It’s such a good parallel.

  • Ali was either loved or hated during his career. This is mainly because of his loudspoken nature and views that he would express without holding back. Nobody questioned his ability. Same with Kanye and his music.
  • People now love Ali  and admire his bravado and showmanship.  Kanye hopes that people will come to respect his art, shows, visual effects,  and general showmanship along with his music.
  • Bit of a stretch:: Ali was vilified for years when he refused to fight in Vietnam. Now he’s celebrated for being brave.

Flat out, people love Ali’s bravado. They hate when Kanye does it.

Bonus: http://rapgenius.com/albums/Kanye-west/Visionary-stream-of-consciousness

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newyorker:

Cora Frazier suggests new SAT practice questions: http://nyr.kr/1cPa6YH

5. Student-produced-response math. What is the limit of y=2x as your love of Beyoncé approaches infinity?
6. Vocabulary. I threw Gianna serious —, because I was —.(a) elocution / nonplussed(b) paraphernalia / permeated(c) shade / like, she can’t be serious

Illustration by Zohar Lazar.


hahah. Love it. These are hilarious

newyorker:

Cora Frazier suggests new SAT practice questions: http://nyr.kr/1cPa6YH

5. Student-produced-response math. What is the limit of y=2x as your love of Beyoncé approaches infinity?

6. Vocabulary. I threw Gianna serious —, because I was —.
(a) elocution / nonplussed
(b) paraphernalia / permeated
(c) shade / like, she can’t be serious

Illustration by Zohar Lazar.

hahah. Love it. These are hilarious

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Dude kills it on the sax. Amazing. Worth watching the entire thing.

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Banger

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lace567made:

tItle : AmeriKKKan Gothic
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lace567made:

tItle : AmeriKKKan Gothic

created by : LACE567

medium : adobe photoshop