For my own entertainment.

Feb 3




can we all take a moment and just appreciate japanese power rangers

the butt smacker is my favourite

"pussy so clean i steam press a nigga"

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Feb 3

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Jan 18

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"The details you remember about an event, such as your last birthday party, are determined in part by your cultural background. Americans, for instance, tend to focus on primary, visual details—the color of the decorations or the type of icing on the cake. East Asians may better remember interpersonal details—who served the cake or whom they danced with. “Your culture influences what you perceive to be important around you,” explains Angela Gutchess, an assistant professor of psychology at Brandeis University. “If your culture values social interactions, you will remember those interactions better than a culture that values individual perceptions. Culture really shapes your memory.” “Previous studies had shown East Asians were better able to remember background and contextual details but this study showed that’s not always the case,” she says. “This may be because East Asian memory is more focused on emotional context and social detail than visual detail.” “If we can understand how we remember, we can begin to really understand one another better,” Gutchess says."

- Your culture determines what you remember | Futurity (via myserendipities)

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Dec 27

euo: Lighters of the Vietnam War
Nov 5


euo: Lighters of the Vietnam War

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Aug 9

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"We teach females that in relationships, compromise is what women do. We raise girls to see each other as competitors, not for jobs or for accomplishments— which I think can be a good thing— but for the attention of men. We teach girls that they cannot be sexual beings in the way that boys are. If we have sons, we don’t mind knowing about our sons’ girlfriends, but our daughters boyfriends? ‘God forbid!’ But of course when the time is right, we expect those girls to bring back the perfect man to be their husband. We police girls, we praise girls for virginity, but we don’t praise boys for virginity. And it’s always made me wonder how exactly this is supposed to work out because *laughs* the loss of virginity is usually a process that involves *laughs*… We teach girls shame. ‘Close your legs!’ ‘Cover yourself!’ We make them feel as though by being born female, they are already guilty of something. And so, girls grow up to be women who cannot say they have desire. They grow up to be women who silence themselves. They grow up to be women who cannot say what they truly think. And they grow up—and this is the worst thing we do to girls—they grow up to be women who have turned pretense into an artform."


Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, TedxEuston (x)

I can’t stop rewatching this talk. Adichie is my hero and she just /gets/ these issues so well. She’s incredible, and everyone should watch her talk, if they haven’t already.

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Aug 9
Jun 11

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Jun 11


Music on the Bones

When vinyl was scarce various underground retailers sought out alternatives. One such alternative was to print music on old discarded x-rays they recovered from the Soviet hospital. The result was a flimsy disk with ghostly images of rib cages and broken limbs imprinted on the plastic.

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Jan 14

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