Lotus in a Sea of Fire

March 24, 2014 2:44 pm

Favorite Patsy Song Ever!

December 20, 2013 2:56 am
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  • Take On Me
  • By: A-Ha
  • Rhino Hi-Five EP
  • 11,707 Plays


"Take On Me" by A-Ha


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April 5, 2013 7:06 am


beat happening teenage caveman


March 8, 2013 12:19 am

Words of advice to my brother:

On his 18th birthday: today
"so don’t get a credit card or take out student loans is my advice.
in fact, go all cash if you can
don’t use banks
fuck the mann
also buy a cabin in the woods
don’t rent
fuck the man”
March 3, 2013 8:15 pm
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  • Tilt
  • By: tooth ache.
  • Flash & Yearn
  • 10 Plays

Tooth Ache. “Tilt”

12:19 pm

In the misty morning light, Paris looks almost monochromatic: Le Sacré Coeur seen from Boulevard des Batignolles. 
For more in this series see Rues de Paradis

I miss Paris.


In the misty morning light, Paris looks almost monochromatic: Le Sacré Coeur seen from Boulevard des Batignolles. 

For more in this series see Rues de Paradis

I miss Paris.

12:18 pm





Indian feminists/activists respond to Harvard kids attempting to help the less fortunate ‘third world’ feminists
February 25, 2013

Globally, from the U.S. to the developing world, rape and other forms of violence against women remain at shockingly high levels. Focusing on the horrifying case of a 23-year-old Indian student who was gang-raped and beaten to death in Delhi in December, the Harvard College Women’s Center announced it would create a Beyond Gender Equality task force, “convened to offer recommendations to India and other South Asian countries in the wake of the New Delhi gang rape and murder.”

The group ignored the long history of Indian activists themselves fighting to end rape and sexual violence—including recent mass protests of South Asian women and men calling for a systemic fight against rape. And the Harvardites had nothing to say about the ample evidence of the problem of rape in the U.S.—from the sickening gang rape and subsequent cover-up at Steubenville High School in Ohio, to the systematic downplaying of rape and sexual assault at Amherst College and other universities.

In response to this “white (wo)man’s burden” take on the issue of sexual violence in South Asia, a group Indian feminists wrote the following response, first published at Kafila.org, detailing their own years of work fighting to end rape and gain justice sexual assault victims.

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Dear sisters (and brothers?) at Harvard,
WE’RE A group of Indian feminists and we are delighted to learn that the Harvard community—without doubt one of the most learned in the world—has seen fit to set up a policy task force entitled “Beyond Gender Equality” and that you are preparing to offer recommendations to India (and other South Asian countries) in the wake of the New Delhi gang rape and murder.

Not since the days of Katherine Mayo have American women—and American feminists—felt such a concern for their less privileged Third World sisters. Mayo’s concern, at that time, was to ensure that the Indian state (then the colonial state) did not leave Indian women in the lurch, at the mercy of their men, and that it retained power and the rule of the just.

Yours, we see, is to work towards ensuring that steps are put in place that can help the Indian state in its implementation of the recommendations of the Justice Verma Committee, a responsibility the Indian state must take up.

This is clearly something that we, Indian feminists and activists who have been involved in the women’s movement here for several decades, are incapable of doing, and it was with a sense of overwhelming relief that we read of your intention to step into this breach.

You might be pleased to know that one of us, a lawyer who led the initiative to put pressure on the Justice Verma Committee to have a public hearing with women’s groups, even said in relief, when she heard of your plans, that she would now go on holiday and take a plane ride to see the Everest.

Indeed, we are all relieved, for now we know that our efforts will not have been in vain: the oral evidence provided by 82 activists and organizations to the Justice Verma Committee—and which we believe substantially contributed to the framing of their report—will now be in safe American hands!

Perhaps you are aware that the Indian state has put in place an “Ordinance on Sexual Assault” that ignores many recommendations of the Justice Verma Committee? If not, we would be pleased to furnish you a copy of the Ordinance, as well as a chart prepared by us, which details which recommendations have been accepted and which not.

This may be useful in your efforts to advise our government. One of the greatest things about sisterhood is that it is so global—feminism has built such strong international connections, such that whenever our First World sisters see that we are incapable of dealing with problems in our countries, they immediately step in to help us out and provide us with much needed guidance and support. We are truly grateful for this.

Perhaps you will allow us to repay the favor, and next time President Obama wants to put in place legislation to do with abortion or the Equal Rights Amendment, we can step in and help, and, from our small bit of experience in these fields, recommend what the United States can do.

Source (with signatures)

FUCK YES! whoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

This. Is. Awesome.

Sick burn, Indian feminists.

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These two Kvivik Igloos are located in the Faroe Islands, Denmark.

Designed as accommodation for people visiting the area, the Igloos trademark grass roof insulates heat created from the fireplace on cool nights.  

Each Igloo’s size is approximatly 300 square feet, with each Igloo accommodating two people. Inside is a kitchen, living room and loft, all with window views overlooking the mountains and ocean.

Perhaps the building is a little let down with the interior’s decorating and lack of bathroom, however with a little tweak to the design there is no doubt the missing amenities could be added. 

The exterior of the buildings are created from octagon shapes, building a distinct and recognisable structure. The colours grey and red on the building compliments the green roof and surrounding natural features. Making this one of Intrinsic Habitat’s favourite Micro Houses.

I want one of these!

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February 26, 2013 6:42 am

That awkward moment when someone from high school privately messages you and you’re like, ‘wait, don’t you still live in the same town we went to high school in? ew.’

February 18, 2013 8:06 am

I had to deactivate my facebook because my family wouldn’t stop commenting on everything I posted.

I’m in my mid-20s, Dad. How do you think it looks when you comment on everything I post?

February 16, 2013 3:51 pm 2:15 pm

Da Brat, ‘Give it 2 you’

haha. a.m. baking.

February 10, 2013 10:46 am

I think everyone’s getting sick of me playing this.

February 6, 2013 8:13 am
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  • Dead School Girl
  • By: Toto & The Bad Eggs
  • "Wallet Droppin'" EP
  • 10 Plays

Toto & the Bad Eggs — Dead School Girl