I got tattooed in that kitchen
co-op kitchens are getting mad tattoo action these days
although sadly this was 1e and did not carry on the tradition of 3w’s tattooing
i feel like further elaboration is required
that’s the story
an appropriate summary of my first few days of school:
last night the apartment across from us lit an oven mit on fire. they wanted to borrow my oven, so they came over. in my kitchen they discovered a shirtless man being tattooed by a man wielding a needle stuck into a pencil. they placed their vegetarian stuffed peppers into my oven. four people, attempting to call maintenance about the fire next door but not actually knowing how to place a call to maintenance, stood around the shirtless man as a hippie architect continued to tattoo him with a needle stuck into a pencil.
So, the Labyrinth is a piece of cake, is it? Well, let’s see how you deal with this little slice. Labyrinth (1986)
I really love the use of lines of thread to create random geometric shapes in Isobel Adderley’s work. I find the use of a point/points away from the face in the negative space adds another level of interest to the image. In some of the images it appears that the model is pulling/looking away from this point, as if they are tethered to it but have the desire not to be.
The most exasperating thing about almost being arrested near Ferguson, Mo., for doing my job as a journalist – reporting on tensions among citizens and law enforcement here – was my complete inability to fight back against what was an obvious abuse of police authority.
I think my favorite thing about that WUSTL op-ed is the post someone made in response:
“How about you stop equivocating and call the “reminders not to stray north of Delmar” what they are: ignorance, with undertones of racism and classism. WashU students want to believe that they’re educated and tolerant and doing the right things, but this often heard piece of “advice” is nothing more than fear of the poor black population of our city.”
Ew don’t fucking interview a cop in ferguson esp for stud life that shit is already a cop rag
the ideal would be to interview a cop & then also interview people who make cops look really really bad & then put them together in a single article that is “looking at all sides” but it just, you know, so happens that the cops are objectively shit in this situation and, as such, look like shit no matter what they say
then convince studlife it’s a good idea to publish something that is actually relevant
instead of this bullshit
arebirthofwonder replied to your post “I know a St. Louis PD cop who is at Ferguson right now cannot wait to…”
or interview for stud lyfe? get a thing going?
yeah, he is now stationed at Ferguson
“IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS ARRESTED in Ferguson call 314 862 2249 for support/tracking! Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE) doing Jail support // we will be on the phone and at the jails giving rides and trying to get folks out if we can.”
I don’t think you understand
a cop in the St. Louis Police Department teaches my martial arts class
he gives civilians instructions like “if someone attacks you and you fight back, don’t attack their eyes - that way you can break as many bones as you want, but they can’t charge you with the next degree of assault”
the police know the laws
and they’re really good at finding all the right ways to avoid breaking them