Resistance

nautical-constructs:

killa-kelly:

emilet:

1los:

Bees are nature’s 3D printer

Fucking bees are the best.

Fuck yes they are.

what the actual fuck bees. why are you engineering geniuses

Have them build a house or a company. Gosh

duragdaddy:

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yooooo my chest hurt so bad from laughin 

What a recovery. Bravo.

borderlands-confessions:

“I suprisingly found out about Borderlands games from a cosplay show. A famous cosplayer was cosplaying Gaige. I instantly fell in love with the characters and designs. I got Borderlands 2 and I really fell in love with the gameplay. I wish there was a little bit more of a story, but over all I love the humor in it. Just the one odd, strange one liners in the game make my day.”

There is a great story had you played the first one you blasphemous psychopath.

borderlands-confessions:

I suprisingly found out about Borderlands games from a cosplay show. A famous cosplayer was cosplaying Gaige. I instantly fell in love with the characters and designs. I got Borderlands 2 and I really fell in love with the gameplay. I wish there was a little bit more of a story, but over all I love the humor in it. Just the one odd, strange one liners in the game make my day.”

There is a great story had you played the first one you blasphemous psychopath.

You’re not hardcore unless you live hardcore.

You’re not hardcore unless you live hardcore.

human-p1us:

I ALWAYS reblog this.

manbartlett:

new-aesthetic:

Art Of The Bush School | greg.org: the making of, by greg allen

This is as good a time as any to point out that Bush painted his portraits, not just from photographs—a common enough practice as well as a long-established conceptual strategy, though I think only the former pertains here—but from the top search result on Google Images. Many photos were taken from the subject’s Wikipedia entry. Bush based his paintings on the literally first-to-surface, easiest-to-find photos of his subjects. Is this meaningful in any way? If he had one, it would mean Bush’s studio assistant is very, very lazy. But in all his discussion of it, Bush’s painting practice appears to be a solitary one. He apparently did not tap the enormous archive of photos, taken by the professionals who followed him every day for eight years, which are contained in his giant library. Instead, it seems, he Googled the world leaders he made such impactful relationships with himself, and took the first straight-on headshot he saw. […] The point is, once again, art matters. Art has surfaced in the most dire circumstances, at a crucial moment in our society’s history, produced by someone whose actions and moral standing confound our engagement with it. And culturally speaking, we don’t care; we’d rather see Bush’s folksy pictures from the internet. Every news story about Bush’s paintings represents ten reports not filed about Bush’s torture. In the art world, meanwhile, we’d rather not see it at all. Better to condemn and dismiss it quickly. Snark and move on. Stoke the indignance that keeps us and our practices unsullied. Ward off any engagement with cowering incantations of connoisseurship and facture. This is how art appears in our society today. Art works, as they say, and this is what it does: it absolves and redeems and defuses and deflects. Ultimately, George Bush’s paintings are important less for what they show, than for what they obscure. And the art world’s critical structures seem unable or unwilling to meet the challenge posed by the art of the torture & terrorism school.



ALWAYS REBLOG.Yes yes yes and yes:"Every news story about Bush’s paintings represents ten reports not filed about Bush’s torture."

Torture, Gitmo, and drones haven’t gone away. Obama increased some of this. The conversation is bigger than Bush.

manbartlett:

new-aesthetic:

Art Of The Bush School | greg.org: the making of, by greg allen

This is as good a time as any to point out that Bush painted his portraits, not just from photographs—a common enough practice as well as a long-established conceptual strategy, though I think only the former pertains here—but from the top search result on Google Images. Many photos were taken from the subject’s Wikipedia entry. Bush based his paintings on the literally first-to-surface, easiest-to-find photos of his subjects. Is this meaningful in any way? If he had one, it would mean Bush’s studio assistant is very, very lazy. But in all his discussion of it, Bush’s painting practice appears to be a solitary one. He apparently did not tap the enormous archive of photos, taken by the professionals who followed him every day for eight years, which are contained in his giant library. Instead, it seems, he Googled the world leaders he made such impactful relationships with himself, and took the first straight-on headshot he saw. […] The point is, once again, art matters. Art has surfaced in the most dire circumstances, at a crucial moment in our society’s history, produced by someone whose actions and moral standing confound our engagement with it. And culturally speaking, we don’t care; we’d rather see Bush’s folksy pictures from the internet. Every news story about Bush’s paintings represents ten reports not filed about Bush’s torture. In the art world, meanwhile, we’d rather not see it at all. Better to condemn and dismiss it quickly. Snark and move on. Stoke the indignance that keeps us and our practices unsullied. Ward off any engagement with cowering incantations of connoisseurship and facture. This is how art appears in our society today. Art works, as they say, and this is what it does: it absolves and redeems and defuses and deflects. Ultimately, George Bush’s paintings are important less for what they show, than for what they obscure. And the art world’s critical structures seem unable or unwilling to meet the challenge posed by the art of the torture & terrorism school.

ALWAYS REBLOG.

Yes yes yes and yes:

"Every news story about Bush’s paintings represents ten reports not filed about Bush’s torture."

Torture, Gitmo, and drones haven’t gone away. Obama increased some of this.

The conversation is bigger than Bush.

hoorayray:

arcticcellardoorcop:

talk shit get hit


is that Walter white

It’s like he got in a minor accident and just said eff it, eff this effing car

hoorayray:

arcticcellardoorcop:

talk shit get hit

is that Walter white

It’s like he got in a minor accident and just said eff it, eff this effing car