Cats are anarchy, they have no borders or restrictions. They roam and do as they please 24/7 unless you’re one of those horrible people that has a ‘house cat’. And then y’all wonder why they try to run out the house every time you open the door.
"Plants don’t grow in zero gravity," explains Melchiorri. "NASA is researching different ways to produce oxygen for long-distance space journeys to let us live in space. This material could allow us to explore space much further than we can now."
I’m finally setting my mind on Discordian calendars for next year (it’s been obsessing over the details of error reporting in an interpreter), which is great because I kind of want them done before Halloween.
Any contributions you want to make — images, holydays, ranting poetry about Ferguson, Clarissa Explains It All / Hey Dude crossover fanfic, etc — just tag them #discocal and I’ll see them. Make sure to include a source URL.
An officer threatens to kill a journalist and those around him since he’s not credential press. He then threatens everyone around the guy with live rounds. If you don’t know what those are, they’re real bullets.
Another journalist tried to ask his name but all he said was “Go fuck yourself”.
The tag trending for this guy on twitter, funny enough, is #officergofuckyourself.
Please spread, Ferguson is not safe. Don’t forget about it.
Kym Worthy, the prosecutor, the BLACK WOMAN, who ensured that Renisha McBride’s murderer was brought to justice, who was PIVOTAL in ensuring that it didn’t become another George Zimmerman debacle, has a history of being an incredible advocate for actual justice, rather than the injustice America usually doles out to marginalized groups.
Vesod and Morten Andersen are two painters who refuse to let time stand still. While the former works with figures that seem to move like slowed-down frames in an animation (Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase comes to mind), the latter fractures abstract forms that seem to shape-shift before our eyes. Currently on view at LA’s C.A.V.E. Gallery, Vesod and Morten Andersen’s two-person show “Remix Every Second” is an exploration of the ways the two artists can distort viewers’ experiences and even perhaps make them reflect on their perceptions of reality. Take a look at some opening night photos from “Remix Every Second” and see the show before it closes on September 6. More on Hi-Fructose.