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  1. meditate with crystals and other mystical shit. document progress.
  2. this quick recap is all i really needed. http://victory-light.blogspot.com/
  3. i just wrote a fucking ton and closed my browser. i'll be back tomorrow to re-write it. if you love it: go get a bachelor's degree in design. don't get a degree in advertising. advertising is essentially a shitty design degree with a little bit more of the marketing side thrown in. do your best and make a fucking amazing book. go to a reputable school. if you can't afford it, hustle harder. i was broke as shit and did it by myself. a degree gets you an interview and an outstanding portfolio gets you the job. if you're unsure: save your money, time, and sanity.
  4. always wanted to start one. here's some stuff from the innernette. A remarkable tree which is well known for its extremely high age; the tree is reported to be over 800 years old! Its owner, master Kobayashi, is one of the most well known Bonsai artists in the world and has won the prestigious Prime Minister award in Japan 4 times. His nursery, ShunkaEn, is located in Tokyo and is open to visitors. Goshin ("protector of the spirit") is a bonsai created by John Y. Naka. It is a forest planting of eleven Foemina Junipers, the earliest of which Naka began training into bonsai in 1948. Naka donated it to the National Bonsai Foundation in 1984, to be displayed at the United States National Arboretum; it has been there ever since. A gorgeous Rockspray Cotoneaster (Cotoneaster horisontalis). This is a picture taken in spring; the tree flowers in summer and has small red berries in wintertime. The tree is only 9,5 cm (4 inches) high and is planted on a miniature rock. The pot is made by John Pitt, a famous potter. The tree is about 20 years old on the picture and has been in training for about a decade. This tree is remarkably realistic, a character highly valued for Bonsai trees. As you can see, the foliage pads are very dense, as if it were clouds in the sky. This wonderful Chinese landscape belongs to the Man Lung collection in Hong Kong. The trees are Chinese Bird Plums (Sageretia Theezans) and together make up a very realistic scenery. The trees, rock and miniature figurines are placed on a shallow rectangular pot (made of marble), which in turn is displayed on an antique table. This tree is an Azalea species of only 14 cm (5 inches) high. The picture is taken in early spring, the moment when Azalea trees bloom (shortly, but very vividly!). The tree is planted in a Japanese pot. This tree is grown from a small cutting and the result above is a picture taken 12 years later. A native of Central- and South America the Brazilian Rain tree is considered one of the tropical world's most beautiful and also one of the most popular bonsai subjects. A Bonsai display (or in this case, a Mame display) normally consist of a central tree, a scroll and an accent plant. Together these objects create a powerful image, often a celebration of the current season. One of the most famous Bonsai trees that belongs to the collection of an European Bonsai artist (Walter Pall), this tree is incredibly fine and realistic. The maple is big (almost a meter high, which is the maximum to be called a Bonsai tree) and over a hundred years old. A masterpiece without doubt, styled by an inspiring artist! Last but not least, Bonsai sensei Masahiko Kimura. His varied collection of Bonsai trees is world famous. Started at age 15, Kimura was an apprentice to master Hamano in Omiya Bonsai village.
  5. for a long time it was these: and now probably these for a long time: *vans appreciation thread.
  6. huge dick... or uh jellyfish.
  7. i wonder if the dude who filmed it hooked him up with a cheeseburger?
  8. really good article on this: http://www.good.is/post/macho-man-randy-savage-the-last-american-tough-guy/
  9. fast food fucking sucks man. learn to cook. subway/quiznos/sandwich shop if i have to eat out.
  10. guy's not getting out. ever. i wouldn't be surprised if he hangs himself or something. dude's life is over. done. me and a few buddies talked about it yesterday. a few months ago we were partying together and this guy was hooking up with alright looking womenz. life's fuckin crazy.
  11. the guy who wrote the article couldn't have worded things anymore eloquently. digital penetration
  12. http://blogs.ocweekly.com/navelgazing/2011/05/raul_barrientos_sex_assault_di.php A 22-year-old Anaheim man was charged today with raping and sexually assaulting a woman with severe mental and physical disabilities in a men's restroom at Fullerton College. Raul Barrientos could get up to 150 years in state prison if convicted of the laundry list of charges the Orange County District Attorney's office (OCDA) has filed against him. At today's scheduled arraignment, Deputy District Attorney Mark Birney of the Sexual Assault Unit was expected to ask that Barrientos be held in lieu of $1 million bail. Barrientos had allegedly creeped out another woman on campus before the incident, so campus security was already looking for him when the report came in Friday about the rape. ​The 19-year-old victim, who takes special education classes at Fullerton College, has a developmental level of a 5 to 6-year-old child, wears leg braces on both legs, and has impaired speech, according to prosecutors. She was approached by a man outside a restroom and was taken inside to a stall where he forced her, over her cries, to blow him before raping and digitally penetrating her. The woman was on her period. At the time of his arrest, authorities claim, Barrientos had her blood on his hands, clothing and penis. ----- daaaaaaaaamn. i knew this dude in high school. we would see other at shows all the time and shit. i could walk a few blocks right now and be at dude's house. my mind is officially fucking blown. i feel like throwing up. the crazy thing is that he was always a cool and mellow guy up until a few months ago. now he's looking all sorts of fucked up.
  13. Re: ------->_REAL_L.A._GRAFF_<-------- bump 6th street.
  14. Bitch is probably going to be more careful leaving her stuff around the office. Amiright?
  15. gator/illustration/chip board, super strong double-sided tape, binding posts, and cover fabric/paper. figure it out.
  16. definitely a good show. the la section was pretty weak and did focus on one group. the whole section with twist/espo/reas/etc was fucking rad.
  17. i'll be there on saturday. i don't want to look at a ton of pictures so i won't know exactly what to expect. the lineup of artists looks pretty tight though. on an unrelated note: i wish i had gone to the exhibition before this too. heard it was awesome.
  18. YEEEEEEEAH. ANAHEIM. i saw all of the traffic driving to work the other day. they should have some kind of a mug shot or something on file. i want to know if i've ever given this crazy bitch money.
  19. been appreciating since season one. the newest season was so much better than the office's latest season. super duper smash on aubrey plaza, the reporter chick and rashida jones. probably amy poehler as well.
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