Charlie Hebdo

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Psssst! Really we are still he...

Dec 9, 2012 by

It has been a very busy 6 months for us. I apologize to all of you who link to us and all of the awesome people out there who come to...

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Image of the day…

Apr 17, 2012 by

Vivian Maier, Two men...

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Poem of the day

Apr 17, 2012 by

In the fell clutch of circumstance I have not winced nor cried aloud. Under the bludgeonings of chance My head is bloody, but unbowed.

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And the point is?

Apr 2, 2012 by

This idea of competition between groups and individuals within these groups is abhorrent to them. They are quirky, funny, odd, and often geniuses in disguise. Historians with photographic memories and the ability to synthesize that history, group the actors and weave a story that will have a bar room crowded a round a tiny table listening with rapt attention at the end of an evening, every once in a while exclaiming,"It doesn't get better than this - I'm not kidding you!" Musicians who stop playing and walk away when you ask them why they are not internationally known - you learn to cherish when they play for you - wise enough to know you are listening to beauty: the drawing of chord change, a note, the warm worn tone that can only be grown alone.

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Why ‘Moderation’ i...

Mar 17, 2012 by

To encourage people to not talk about politics seems almost conspiratorial to me. If you are a living, eating, breathing human being you are part of politics - put three people in a room and you have politics. Some say, "I don't do politics - but will talk about the lives of others and the nitty-gritty, sexy, sordid details of what it's like to be a carnal human being." You don't think that's politics? At least on an intimate level? Moderation helps us temper the difficult nature of the complexities that lie ahead.

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Mar 11, 2012 by

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