powerplant/bigert & bergstrom
“stockholm-based artists bigert & bergström (mats bigert and lars bergström) explore and work
on creating photographic lighting installations based on molecular structures.”
when i was a kid i thought everything was against everything else
i thought you could either watch nickelodeon or cartoon network
you ate chicken nuggets or you ate hamburgers
you drank sprite or you drank coke
salt or pepper
ketchup or mustard
peanut butter or jelly
now i’m 18 years old and only just now realizing that i’ve never tried most of the things i thought i disliked
bring me some peanut butter and mustard, stat
I was 7 years old in 2000 when I got to meet Elton John backstage at a concert. I said to him, exactly, “You beat Phil Collins!” Fuckin’ Disney soundtracks were rivals in my head.
This woman is apologizing for using an offensive word in her youth. IS THIS FEMINIST?
Absolutely not. Real feminists come out of the womb quoting bell hooks, and come complete with a force field that keeps them from absorbing negative cultural ideas. Indeed, feminist theory and analysis are irrelevant to personal growth because real feminists are born perfectly politically correct and never need to learn and grow. We just write those analyses for fun; they certainly aren’t there to educate. Everyone should always be treated like who they were at their worst moment. PROBLEMATIC.
I hate how football merchandising paints every football fan as being unable to do something unless it has their favorite team’s logo on it. Take, for example, Ohio State Buckeye Yahtzee. The need this fulfills is “Fuck, I love Yahtzee, but I ain’t playing it because it got no football.”
For the sake of brevity I’ll forgo commentary on OSU Cornhole and OSU Jenga, you’ll have to do the “Customers who bought this also bought” thing to see them.
Oh man does this hit close to home. My dad is a Buckeye fanatic, and my closet suffers for it by storing boxes of both OSUopoly and OSU Checkers (the pieces are scarlet and grey football helmets, what fun).
If you look closely the hippos look sad. If you look closely at most people who live a life of excess you’ll notice sadness.