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En la semana the smoking gun encontró esta joya de mugshot:
JULY 21--Meet Patrick Tribett. The Ohio man was nabbed yesterday morning for "abusing harmful intoxicants" as he attempted to make a purchase at Bellaire's Dollar General Store. The 41-year-old Tribett, it seems, had been huffing spray paint and needed a refill. According to a Bellaire Police Department report, Tribett's pupils were constricted and he replied slowly to their questions. Oh, and "officers observed the paint on face and hands," as can be seen in the below mug shot. Tribett, who was previously busted for assault, domestic violence, and inhaling harmful intoxicants, was booked into the Belmont County Sheriff's Office lockup. His booking photo immediately joins TSG's pantheon of favorite kooky mug shots
Digo obviamente se ve su afición por los GOLDEN State Warriors...
It Ain't Just Paint - July 21, 2005
Con el estreno la semana pasada en México y su próximo estreno en España se me hace todavia relevante postear acerca de la proximidad de Sin City la película con el comic de Frank Miller:
FILM ROTATION: SIN CITY Comparisons
Artículo de Alarcon que describe la relación de dos personajes masculinos que al parecer estan más interesados el uno en el otro, que en resto del mundo:
There’s nothing more interesting than the homoerotic tension between two strapping young lads (who may or may not be gay) in a movie. There’s something about it that stirs up the most uncomfortable emotions in even the most liberal of us. Kind of like when your boss accidentally kisses you full on the lips during the office Christmas party. There are hundreds of movies where the two male leads seemingly fall in love with each other, and here are the first five in an ongoing series dedicated to young men in love.
Estas películas son revisadas con detalles:
Top Gun (1986)
Batman & Robin (1997)
The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)
outsideleft - offense, always
La galería de David Lanham:
Regine de WMMNA debería de reportar esto, pero esta medio incomunicada, así que:
the centerpiece pavilion of the the sixth swiss national
exhibition is a suspended platform shrouded in a perpetual
cloud of man - made fog,
designed by architects elizabeth diller and ricardo scofidio.
the cloud can host up to 400 visitors.
the so called 'blur pavillion' is visible from afar.
the building consists of a 60 x 100 x 20 - metre metal
construction that sprays innumerable tiny drops of lake water
from 31400 jets. the high-pressure spraying technology
ensures that the fleeting sculpture will be visible in all
weathers, rain or shine.
the high-pressure spraying is carried out by high-grade
steel jets with tiny apertures only 120 microns in diameter,
through which the water is forced at a pressure of 80 bars
onto fine needlepoints directly above the apertures and
atomised into innumerable tiny droplets 4 to 10 microns
in diameter. the droplets are so small that most of them
remain suspended in the air. if sufficient jets are installed in a
specific volume, they saturate the air with moisture and
create the effect of mist or, in this case, the effect known
as the blur.
Excelente mezcla de arquitectura, naturaleza y arte.
diller & scofidio: the blur building
via New Art
"There's no secret about success. Did you ever know a successful man who didn't tell you about it?"
R. Buckminster Fuller
"Nature is trying very hard to make us succeed, but nature does not depend on us. We are not the only experiment."
Joel Veitch me recuerda el porque se inventó flash. Viking Kittens
y ahora... ninja kittens!
The Lair of the Crab of Ineffable Wisdom - a load of stuff by Joel Veitch that will probably crush your will to live
link al post de los gatitos vikingos
Más adictivo que flickr, ya que no requiere ni siquiera una busqueda por palabra. Se actualiza cada minuto y creo que hay una regla no escrita de que cada minuto debe de subir una foto de Jack White...
esta fue la mejor de ese minuto:
that is me holding a live bear by a leash.
don't ask. i don't recall the occasion.
nor does my mother.
there's one with myself & a mountain lion somewhere.
look im from prince albert okay.
that place is fucked up.
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