Thursday, December 31, 2009

happy 1997

Love calls - everywhere and always. We’re sky bound.
Are you coming?” Rumi

hour watching

Thursday: New Year’s Eve brings the second Full Moon of the month, and it’s a lunar eclipse in Cancer to boot. Auld acquaintance won’t be forgot today. It’s more likely to waft through our thoughts, come up in conversation and even phone, e-mail or walk in the door. As nostalgia washes over you, it’s okay (and appropriate) to admit that you’re glad certain situations are in the past. Sweep out the old and immerse yourself in time present. That’s where you live: now. And that’s where each day of next year will take place: in the now.

my dick is a pussy

"I disagree with the use of the word “pussy” to describe a weak person. Because the vagina is the tougher of the two genitals. Think about it. It can pass something fifty times its size through it. You can pound on it for hours and it goes, “More! More!” It bleeds every month and it won’t die! It’s like the Predator! Meanwhile my penis… If it gets cold or there’s a fight he’s like, “I’m outta here!” What I’m trying to say is… my dick is a pussy."
Hal Sparks (via bean22)

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Sweet Nectar

i see myself doing mad push ups just to curb my excitement.. more memories i need that. I'm definitely sure i won't forget..

Scorpio Weekly Horoscope

With one ruler (Mars) retrograding in your career sector and the other (Pluto) conjoining with Venus on Monday morning, important changes are shaping up, and it’s in your best interest to pay attention to what these are with great vigilance. Mercury retrogrades in your house of communication, so be clear that it isn’t time to speak up just yet, though you’ll feel compelled to when the Venus Pluto conjunction amplifies your feelings as the week begins. All week long the Moon is building to a Blue Moon lunar eclipse on Thursday in your house of higher Self, and it’s important to wait until all the dust settles before you share what’s on your mind and in your heart. This may not be the easiest thing you’ve ever done, but it certainly isn’t the hardest either. Besides, it’s extremely important.

Timing is everything right now.

(Yay! my horoscope lady is back.. i like this. i need to shut up more.. )

musk ox

To perfect these images, I looked for the storm and the storm found me. Violence in the wind, blinding snow, cold which freezes everything. As an eraser which puts the landscape nude and wipes the extra out. You think that there will be nothing left, then your discover far off an unmoved and standing animal. Every squall becomes then a lesson of humility in front of these beings which defy elements.
( i love this quote from the Photographer)

The musk ox Ovibos Moschatus populates the circumpolar regions of Alaska and northern Canada, Greenland and Scandinavia, to Siberia.

Vincent Munier, photographer

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Bodily Fluid

Tetsuya Ishida (1973-2005), Bodily Fluid, 2004

Aurora Boreas

Named after Aurora, the Roman goddess of the dawn, and Boreas, Greek for "northern wind," the aurora borealis is more commonly known as the "northern lights."

"Polar lights," however, is a more accurate name, as they occur in both the northern and southern hemispheres, but intensify with increasing proximity to the magnetic poles.

Image credit: nick_russill/Flickr

Monday, December 28, 2009

Grandmaster Leung Ting

Grandmaster Leung Ting! Here he is talking with Chris Crudelli about Wing Tsun at the Hong Kong headquarters for Mind, Body and Kickass Moves.

Cars and Money: New Works by David Lachapelle

@Miami's Art Basel, there's “Cars and Money: New Works by David Lachapelle”, an exhibition that is currently being shown at Wolfgang Roth and Partners Fine Art. The artist shows a complete new body of work at the exhibition, next to works that he has become famous for over the years. The exhibition is still on until February 2010.
i wish this wld come somewhere in philly...

Pablo Picasso’s Guernica

Arguably one of his finest and most influential paintings, Pablo Picasso’s Guernica is seen above in a completely different light, thoroughly examined in digital 3D through this intriguing video.
“Guernica is a painting by Pablo Picasso, depicting the bombing of Guernica, Basque Country, by German and Italian warplanes at the behest of the Spanish Nationalist forces, on April 26, 1937, during the Spanish Civil War. The Spanish Republican government commissioned Pablo Picasso to create a large mural for the Spanish display at the Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne (1937) Paris International Exposition in the 1937 World’s Fair in Paris.

Guernica shows the tragedies of war and the suffering it inflicts upon individuals, particularly innocent civilians. This work has gained a monumental status, becoming a perpetual reminder of the tragedies of war, an anti-war symbol, and an embodiment of peace. On completion Guernica was displayed around the world in a brief tour, becoming famous and widely acclaimed. This tour helped bring the Spanish Civil War to the world’s attention.”


Beneath the icy waters of Antarctica #2



Beneath the icy waters of Antarctica


Beneath the icy waters of Antarctica, in a place that seems so inhospitable, live amongst the rarest and most beautiful creatures on earth. Recently, a team of international researchers traveled to study marine life there, where ocean temperatures are rising more rapidly than anywhere else in the world. What they brought back are some of the most fascinating photographs of Antarctic sea life ever seen--portraits of organisms on the front-line of global climate change.

The photographs, released by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), reveal a wide variety of rare marine life--from fish and octopus to giant sea-spiders and starfish, all specially adapted for their unique ecosystem. As ocean temperatures rise, the researchers warn, the fate of these spectacular organisms is increasingly uncertain

Date Night

trailer for new movie with Steve Carell, Tina Fey, James Franco and Mila Kunis Date Night.

Sudarshan Patnaik

Photo via the BBC

World renowned Indian sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik is already well known for his work with Santa Claus--last year, he entered the Guinness Book of World Records for creating the largest ever 'sand Santa'. This year, he's using his talent and bolstered profile to highlight the growing challenges climate change is bringing to India--and to do so, he built over 100 Santas out of 1,000 tons of sand in the tourist town of Puri. And he broke another world record in the process: most Santas made of sand on a single beach ever. Photos after the jump.

According to the BBC,

The exhibition, which was opened by two foreign tourists last week, seeks to spread awareness about global warming. Mr Patnaik has also sculpted Christmas trees with the message "Save the Earth from Global Warming", to encourage people to give trees as gifts. Hundreds of tourists and locals have been visiting the beach to see the unique display.

Michael Jackson - This Is It - Directed by Spike Lee

Michael Jackson - This Is It - Directed by Spike Lee from 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks on Vimeo.

scorpio weekly horoscope

Scorpio - You end 2009 and start 2010 with a rare opportunity to make the kind of mental breakthrough that can change your life. You know that your thoughts go a long way toward creating your reality. If you've been reading this column for a while, you must believe that on some level. Otherwise you would have turned me off a long time ago. But what it would take to get you to live as if that belief were actually true? This seems to be the question Mercury retrograde in your 3rd House of thoughts is asking you. One way to explore this is by reviewing the roles you've played in life up until now. Think back to your childhood role: were you the peacemaker, the scapegoat, the abandoned one, the bully, the sensitive? Then track how your roles have evolved over the years. Who do you play in relationships, at the office, among your friends? What you're looking for in this process is perspective, which is precisely what Thursday's lunar eclipse in your 9th House is bringing your way. When you play a role, you necessarily limit yourself. (Think of the range of expression of, for instance, Captain Kirk. Or Elmo. Or Jerry Seinfeld.) Each of your roles locks you into a certain style of thinking and speaking. How much would it free your mind if you decided to expand the range of the roles you habitually play? What if you allowed yourself to play multiple roles and taught yourself to easily and effortlessly switch roles as your circumstances warrant?


Eclipse 7 - Nick van Woert (via kiske)

Corinne Bailey Ray - I'd Do it Again... they took this video down so i posted this..

Jay Electronica Live

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Love in Outer Space

Track : Sun Ra And His Intergalactic Astro-Solar Infinity Arkestra - Love in Outer Space Album : The Night Of The Purple Moon Label : Saturnresearch(1970)

More from the womb



Das Park Hotel

Welcome to Das Park Hotel in Linz, Austria. This unique hotel has transformed standard concrete sewer pipes into hotel rooms, simply by giving them a back wall and large front door, and drilling a window in the side for a little bit of natural light.

Tai Chi

im trying to study tai chi.. chk out this 10 yr old... and this lady

I love her

Don't threaten me with love, baby. Let's just go walking in the rain - billie holiday

Eagle Nebula

Eagle Nebula: A star-making region famous for its space pillars appears in this infrared view from Spitzer. Green denotes cooler dust, including the pillars seen in the center. Red represents hotter dust thought to have been warmed by the explosion of a massive star about 8,000 to 9,000 years ago.

Astronomers estimate that the explosion’s blast wave would have spread outward and toppled the three pillars about 6,000 years ago. Since light from the Eagle nebula takes 7,000 years to reach us, this means we wouldn’t witness the destruction for about 1,000 years.

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batman and robin


Here’s NGC 2264, also known as the Christmas Tree Nebula. (Photo: Greg Parker via Barcroft Media / the Telegraph)

Dr. J

rucker park

Panther house

Oakland, California, USA: Black Panther children at school in the Panther house.. By Stephen Shames

Living proof radio

my babycakes has a new blog for his dope ass internet radio show.. here is the link follow..

i went to church today

i love coming home to visit my fam.. i just heard my Lil 6 year old niece say laughing to my nephew "you farted on Jesus"... i love it!

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Ohio Players- Heaven must be like this

Delta of Venus

The erotic stories compiled in Delta of Venus:Erotica were originally written by Anais Nin for a private collector in the 1940s. Later, she decided to release the compilation for publication. The works, however, were not published until after her death. At the beginning of Delta of Venus there is a preface that consists of pages from Anais Nin’s diary that provide the reader with background information regarding the contents of the text and attest to her intentions for their publication.

(her stuff is mad dope)

Thursday, December 24, 2009


photo by geoff hall


this is cool..

Zeek shld have one of these in his shop..

me X water and sky

photo by sarahgreen....
chk out her work... she just put together a really cool 2010 calendar...
pick one up at the wooden shoe (706 south st) or philly aids thrift (514 bainbridge)
two dope spots you shld chk out anyway.

Amy Poehler is super funny

i love this

Amy Poehler, Meredith Walker and Amy Miles celebrate girls who are changing the world by being themselves

Buddhist Monk Thich Quang Duc

On June 10th 1963 photographer Malcolm Browne snapped this photo in a street intersection in Saigon. The photo of Buddhist Monk Thich Quang Duc was to become world famous. He had set fire to himself in protest at the treatment of Buddhist monks by the US-backed Catholic Vietnam government

Sound Vibration

Sound Vibration Creates Form ( David Icke ):

“Every time you think and feel, your resonating a frequency which is making the energy around you resonate to the same frequency. What you give out, is what you create.”

what was that thing we used to eat back in the day?

Kenny: What do you guys want?

Brian: Get some sour cream and onion chips with some dip, man, some beef jerky, some peanut butter. Get some Häagen-Dazs ice cream bars, a whole lot, make sure chocolate, gotta have chocolate, man. Some popcorn, red popcorn, graham crackers, graham crackers with marshmallows, the little marshmallows and little chocolate bars and we can make s’mores, man. Also, celery, grape jelly, Cap’n Crunch with the little Crunch berries, pizzas. We need two big pizzas, man, everything on ‘em, with water, whole lotta water, and Funyuns.

Kenny: That’s it?

Thurgood Jenkins: Yeah, get me a box of condoms, and, what was that thing we used to eat back in the day? What was it… oh yeah, pussy.

Kenny: You got it. If I’m not back in 10 minutes, call the police *laughs*

Thurgood Jenkins: If he ain’t back in 10 minutes, we callin’ Dominos

Jean-Michel Basquiat self portrait

self portrait

Re Horakhty

Re Horakhty

Egypt Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty 21-25 (c. 1070-664 B.C.)

sexism and the city

I love this new blog i just found.. they posted this video today.. it is soo fucking funny..

kidz in the hall

new shit off dey new cd.. ride out music

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Extraordinary Animals in the Womb

Baby elephant in the womb (via @tokyodayori) This is from a National Geographic documentary by Peter Chinn called “Extraordinary Animals in the Womb” that used a combination of 3D ultrasound scans, computer graphics and tiny cameras

Monday, December 21, 2009

Thank you Prof. Jazz

thank you so much i can't wait to learn it and rock out in my basement. bless

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Scorpio Weekly Horoscope

Scorpio - Nobody can think for you but you. This is what you're trying to teach yourself this week -- that what you call reality is only a representation you've made in your mind. A representation of pulsing, swirling, interlacing currents of energy, of untold billions of data packets surfing on radiating waves of light. Yes, this picture you've drawn is real to you. It's the picture your parents and teachers and the talking heads on the TV screen have taught you to draw. But it is only one of an infinite number of equally valid pictures you could be drawing if you could only free yourself from the prison of your words. I'm not trying to taunt you; I am hoping to tempt you to take your thoughts more seriously this week than you've ever taken them before. No one else is to blame for creating your world, do you get it? This is the territory you'll be exploring as Mercury retrogrades in your 3rd House of thoughts and words for the next three weeks. That, and the fact that there is an immense amount of freedom waiting for you outside of your habitual thoughts. And you are the only one on Earth who can think yourself into that freedom.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

upside-down trees

Sunrise reveals light traffic—a lone oxcart—along the Avenue of the Baobabs. The 80-foot-tall “upside-down trees” in the Menabe region could become the island country’s first national monument. Madagascar

Marsel van Oosten, photographer


Meudon, Musèe Rodin — Vasco Ascolini, 1995

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

butterfly wings

What resemble dainty butterfly wings are actually roiling cauldrons of gas heated to more than 36,000 degrees Fahrenheit. The gas is tearing across space at more than 600,000 miles an hour - fast enough to travel from Earth to the Moon in 24 minutes! A dying star that was once about five times the mass of the Sun is at the center of this fury. It has ejected its envelope of gases and is now unleashing a stream of ultraviolet radiation that is making the cast-off material glow. The Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3), installed by NASA astronauts in May 2009, snapped this image of the planetary nebula, catalogued as NGC 6302, which lies within our Milky Way galaxy, roughly 3,800 light-years away in the constellation Scorpius. The glowing gas is the star’s outer layers, expelled over about 2,200 years. NGC 6302 was imaged on July 27, 2009, with Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3 in ultraviolet and visible light. Filters that isolate emissions from oxygen, helium, hydrogen, nitrogen, and sulfur from the planetary nebula were used to create this composite image. (NASA, ESA, and the Hubble SM4 ERO Team)

Johannes Hüppi

Johannes Hüppi, Öl auf Karton 21 x 25 cm 1998

Jellyfish Found in Arctic Deep

This red-and-purple Crossota millsae, collected deep in the Arctic Ocean in 2005, is also found off of California and Hawaii, a scientist said in December 2009. Biologists are realizing that jellyfish are more common predators in the oceans than thought, Monterey Peninsula College’s Raskoff said by email. “They are a very underappreciated and understudied group that have big roles to play in the food webs of the deep sea.”

PHOTOS: “Alien” Jellyfish Found in Arctic Deep

Monday, December 14, 2009


photo by geoff fuckyeah hall

Me X Brooks

photo by Tyler

(so this is what i look like on the dance floor... funny haha

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Box Animation from Jordan Clarke

Box Animation from Jordan Clarke on Vimeo.

This starts off a lil slow but then its mad fucking cool...

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Roadblocks to Peace

From the series Roadblocks to Peace

A Palestinian boy sneaks into Jerusalem by squeezing through a barrier built by Israeli forces.

Rick Loomis, photographer

Friday, December 11, 2009

Screamin' Jay Hawkins - Portrait of a Man

this is what im listening to right now

Rumi (1207-1273)

Come to the orchard in spring
There is light and wine
And sweethearts
In the pomegranate flowers
If you do not come
These do not matter
If you do come
These do not matter


Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing
There is a field…
I’ll meet you there



fucking cold

Polish Patterns, by Kacper Kowalski.

Kowalski has spent the last several years compiling a collection of aerial photographs taken while paragliding over Poland during the winter.

In regards to why he chose paragliding as his means to capture the images instead of an aeroplane, Kowalski says

“The paragliding pilot is in absolute control over the speed, and the precise angle of the shot. You can also get a lot closer to the ground so the quality of the pictures, and the framing, is often better than if you are relying on an aeroplane pilot to manoeuvre you.”

This is a beautiful set. Take a look.


Mother and child at emergency feeding center, Tahoua, Niger

Finbarr O’Reilly, photographer


From the series Citizens of the Kathaputli

For the past five decades, magicians, acrobats, jugglers, musicians, dancers and poppeteers have migrated from all over India to the small illegal settlement, nearly all of the families in the colony are professional performing artist. Many have found success operating at 5-star hotels in India and at cultural festivals abroad, but they continue to return to their homes in the cramped, dirty streets of Kathapuli. +

Zackary Canepari, photographer

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Space Photo of the Day:

On Novermber 14, 1984, NASA astronaut Dale Gardner strapped on his Manned Maneuvering Unit, stepped off the Space Shuttle Discovery, and proceeded to float fifty meters away, untethered, through the vast emptiness of space, to retrieve a wayward satellite which needed to be hauled back to earth.


me: im excited
me: no one gets excited anymore.. be cool
me: i wld love to disappear after it all
me: no no... you will return to your bed. and everything will still be everything
me: ah.. but there is so much of myself to give
me: and there is so much of yourself already decaying.. save yourself
me: for what?
me: me.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

the knife

i heard this in java yesterday. i remember dancing to this at a party thinking what the fuck.. but by the end of the song i was singing out loud and falling in love with my own reflection..

Late Bloomer

Are you aware yet of the shadow cycle you’ve entered into? Relationships, old ones and brand new ones, are changing in important ways, or else these relationships are changing everything. Fasten your seatbelts and hang on to your hats. Whatever connections have just turned to technicolor are going to be the main focus for a while. They are in your life to bring you much more fully to your Self. That is, if you can allow your Self the opportunity to go beyond any place you’ve ever been before where you your Self are concerned. Mercury is in Saturn’s sign and Saturn is in Libra. We are learning the importance of loving our Selves through what seems like the importance of loving others.

adams family

Wednesday: You have taken the land which is rightfully ours. Years from now my people will be forced to live in mobile homes on reservations. Your people will wear cardigans, and drink highballs. We will sell our bracelets by the road sides, you will play golf, and enjoy hot hors d’oeuvres. My people will have pain and degradation. Your people will have stick shifts. The gods of my tribe have spoken. They have said, “Do not trust the Pilgrims, especially Sarah Miller.”
Amanda: Gary, she’s changing the words.
Wednesday: And for all these reasons I have decided to scalp you and burn your village to the ground.

Pollution in China

From the series Pollution in China: Industry expansion

Lu Guang, photographer

a sign of wealth

Females of the Karen Padaung tribe along the Burmese-Thai border receive their first decorative brass rings as young girls and receive more as a sign of wealth as they mature.

Chris Rainer, photographer

One day I shall be a Lover

“My heart is on fire
In my madness I roam the desert
The flames of my passion
devour the wind and the sky
My cries of longing,
my waves of sorrow are tormenting my soul
You wait patiently
looking into my intoxicated eyes
You accept my passion
with the serenity of Love
You are the master of existence
One day I shall be a Lover, like You” — Rumi

“A Black Sky Hates the Moon”

i am that dark nothing.

i hate those in power.

i’m invited in from the road to the house but I invent some excuse.

now i’m angry at the road.

i don’t need love.

let someone break me.

i don’t want to hear anyone’s trouble.

i’ve had my chance for wealth and position.

i don’t want those.

i am iron resisting the most enormous magnet there is.

sue and jane

under construction

Scorpio Weekly Horoscope (thanks heather)

Scorpio - You need to do a little mental closet-cleaning to start the week off right. Structure in an hour or so on Monday and Tuesday time for this inner work and you'll amaze yourself with how productive you are the rest for the week. Once you agree to sit down and engage this monster from the past (writing is particularly helpful here) you'll quickly realize how much energy you've been pouring into not dealing with these thoughts. The rest of the week is so powerful for career and money matters. Look, you work hard: You deserve the money. So put it out there this week. Ask for what you want and you're quite likely to get at least a chunk of it.


its back... but in a fuji kind of way

make love to your computer.. new Sade

this is the new ish from Sade... so yea its on..


(new video from mos def this album is up for grammy)


If ever there is tomorrow when we’re not together.. there is something you must always remember: you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. but the most important thing is, even if we’re apart, I’ll always be with you.
— Winnie the Pooh

Tuesday, December 8, 2009


this is gonna be tons of fun. come see henny and els (Me and SC) rock the mic... everyone keeps asking who is henny? who is els? come find out... and support my homegirl the very talented Sarah Green. She put these superdope calendars together so pick up a calendar for your grandma! she is gonna love it!