Are you having a bad day? Do you need someone to tell you they love you? Did you just realize you don’t have the majestic music of Hall & Oates on your phone or media player? What you have right now is a HALL & OATES EMERGENCY! Lucky for you there is the Hall & Oates Emergency Hotline for all of your Hall & Oates emergency needs! They will remind you your kiss is on their list! Just pick up your phone and call 719-26-OATES! That’s 719-266-2837! Call now!
So call now to get happy and get groovy! You’ll be glad you did just like this guy!
Seriously though, it’s just so difficult to be in a bad mood when listening to these guys. And if you’re in a real emergency, well obviously call 911. Now listen to their “best of” album below or face the wrath of 1970′s.
The Independence Day March in Warsaw, Poland erupted into violence, where 15,000 rioters destroyed everything in their path, including a rainbow art installation which ironically, symbolized diversity and tolerance. The nationalist and neo-Nazi groups the National-Radical Camp and the All-Polish Youth are responsible for the madness violence that ensued. All-Polish Youth has been declared an anti-gay hate group by the UN, Amnesty International, and Human Rights Watch.
A brilliant poem from one roommate to another. I guess it works better than the sock or rubber band system, at least more fun anyway!
I’ve been trying to find where I saved it from, but I’m having trouble. I’ll post the source when I find it.
Illustration by Pablo
Like a lot of us, Anna Goodson was deeply disturbed by what’s going on in Russia. However, having access to many artists through the Anna Goodson Illustration Agency, she organized a creative and visually stunning protest.
“I sent a memo out to the gang at Anna Goodson Illustration Agency, asking them if they wanted to” make a statement” about what was going on in Russia and the reaction was an overwhelming yes.” Explained Goodson in her blog post. ”We are often asked to create images for clients but here was an opportunity for them to create something meaningful, personal and from the heart.”
I know it was last week, but the photos of the fires on Mt. Diablo are just phenomenal. Bonus picture after the jump.
This photo series is brilliant, and sad, and dark. I suspect there is realism in it as well. Some people do live happily ever after and their lives are great. Others have struggles and if there were such a thing as fairy tale princesses, chances are some of them would not fare so well. I think one of the purposes of fairytales is to suspend realism and perhaps give hope of a bright future. These photos depict futures that didn’t work out quite so well.