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A persuasive argument against using the phrase “do you know who you look like?” We all love flattery, but the laughter stops as soon as someone draws a comparison between you and Chris Parnell. Or the animation of Dennis the Menace. Or Cindy Lou Who. Of course, my examples are purely arbitrary and have nothing to do with me at all. Um. Yes. Nothing at all!
(via Music at the Getty | machine project) Machine Project (my most favorite art space) curated a day of sound performances at the Getty. I’m particularly into the mallet performances on the pitched travertine walls.
Come to grips with the fact that L.A. will never make sense because it’s very...– How to Live in Los Angeles « Thought Catalog There’s a lot of truth in this!
(via Way - Chris Bell) If you’ve got some time during these upcoming holiday days, you might want to check out Way. Way is a collaborative online game about communication, that might just be appealing to you folks who think of yourselves as “not into games.”
A FESTIVE TREAT
For those of you who know me, you might know that when I cook, I can be a little slapdash. While Simon butters his bread with the precision of a highly-trained scientist, I’m a shameless eyeballer and estimator. That being said, I’ve been adding the following to my coffee grounds, and it works out quite nicely: - a pinch of cinnamon (use more cinnamon than anything else, though) - a...
Do any of these people actually enjoy looking at art? Or do they simply enjoy...– Charles Saatchi: The hideousness of the art world | The Guardian For those of you that don’t know, Saatchi is one of the best-known art dealers and gallerists in the world. This is his gutsy critique of the world of contemporary art dealership.
The sand was becoming more and more of a problem for us with the increasing...– It turns out that Manhattan Beach had too much sand and had to send a bunch to Hawaii. You’re welcome for the sand, Hawaii.
I Just Want to Go on a Walk | BlogHer →
A really powerful article about a phenomenon that happens every single time I walk anywhere by myself.
J. Edgar Hoover felt we were corrupting the moral fiber of America’s youth,”...– The FBI Plot Against “Louie Louie” - Mental Floss