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Dj Vadim - The Terrorist
Topic: Arts 11:43 pm EDT, Aug 27, 2008


Terrorist, terrorist

Dj Vadim - The Terrorist

Pittsburgh: 1941 | Shorpy :: History in HD
Topic: Arts 10:17 am EDT, Jun 30, 2008

June 1941. "Rain. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania."

Pittsburgh: 1941 | Shorpy :: History in HD

Citizen Cope - Let The Drummer Kick
Topic: Arts 11:19 pm EDT, May 28, 2008

Let the drummer kick

Citizen Cope - Let The Drummer Kick

Crash: A Novel
Topic: Arts 9:51 pm EDT, May 20, 2008

Decius wrote:

Worthersee wrote:
If you love it so much why don't you just marry it.

Why bother with Carma Sutra when you can get into some real freaky shit.

J. G. Ballard's graphic, violent novel is controversial wherever it is read, even on's own Web page! The book's characters are obsessed with automobile accidents and are determined to narrate the horrors of the car crash as luridly as possible. In the words of the novel's protagonist, the wounds caused by automobile collisions are "the keys to a new sexuality born from a perverse technology."

That sounds exactly like something I would be into.

Crash: A Novel

RE: Periodic Table of Menu
Topic: Arts 12:17 pm EDT, Apr 27, 2008

CypherGhost wrote:

I always thought it was neat that wait staff had a shorthand for taking orders. Now it's on the menu!

I've been to that bar. It's called Miracle of Science and it is in Cambridge on MIT's campus. Good food and drinks.

RE: Periodic Table of Menu

SXSW 2008 on BitTorrent: 3.5 GB of Free Music
Topic: Arts 10:53 am EST, Feb 26, 2008

The South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival is one of the biggest and most popular in the United States. For the fourth year in a row, SXSW has released a DRM-less collection of songs that can now be downloaded for free via BitTorrent.

SXSW 2008 on BitTorrent: 3.5 GB of Free Music

No Maps for These Territories
Topic: Arts 12:53 pm EDT, Oct  9, 2007

Last night I watched this very interesting documentary on William Gibson. (Available via Netflix for those of your w/ subscriptions)

The 90 minute film is an interview with Gibson while he is riding cross country in the back of a limo. Gibson provides profound commentary on the state of mankind and technology. It is also a bit an autobiography and Gibson gives insight into his influences and thought process.

Even if your not familiar with Gibson's work. He is an interesting and poetic person to listen to. Also, I didn't expect a road trip to be visually stimulating when the primary view is from inside the car, but the director made that happen.

I recommend it:

No Maps for These Territories

Leck mich im Arsch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Topic: Arts 11:26 am EDT, Sep 12, 2007

Leck mich im Arsch (English: Lick My Ass) is a canon in B-flat major composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, K. 231 (K382c), with lyrics in German. It was one of a set of at least six canons probably written in Vienna in 1782. Sung by six voices as a three-part round, it is thought to be a party piece for his friends.

The song's title and lyrics are a reference to anal-oral contact, and may be more idiomatically translated as "kiss my ass" or "get stuffed". They have been used as evidence to support the contention that Mozart had Tourette syndrome.

Leck mich im Arsch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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