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Theme from Conan the Barbarian - Basil Poledouris

It seems as if one of the big box stores in the area is expanding its service offerings.

It seems as if one of the big box stores in the area is expanding its service offerings.

Stop it with the drywall screws

<rant>

People.  Stop building shit with drywall/sheetrock screws.  They are NOT for general building purposes.

Yes, I know about that one time you built a chicken coop with your cousin a few years ago and that’s all he had to work with and it held together.

That’s fine.  

But don’t go pretending that you are a custom cabinet maker and that you “know” that drywall screws are good for what you are using them for.  They are not.  They are too brittle to be used for almost all wood working projects and will not hold up over time.  Also they are not rust proof (or rust resistant).

</rant>

A bowl of cake with maggots.

A bowl of cake with maggots.

A bowl of cake with maggots.

A bowl of cake with maggots.

Aug 8

Illegal Spying Below: Activists Fly Anti-Surveillance Airship over NSA’s Utah Data Center

Aug 6
section9:

tastefullyoffensive:

Well, this ad is never going to work. [x]

That was painful to read all of.

There, I fixed the ad.

section9:

tastefullyoffensive:

Well, this ad is never going to work. [x]

That was painful to read all of.

There, I fixed the ad.

Aug 6
Hmmm.  I may be able to get this to stick right between the handlebar mounts on my motorcycle.

Hmmm. I may be able to get this to stick right between the handlebar mounts on my motorcycle.

Aug 6

creativetime:

"Funk is the unending cycle of life. It’s the ultimate concept—wherever your imagination will take it." —Xenobia Bailey

One of four featured artists in #FunkGodJazzMedicine, New York City-based Xenobia Bailey is best known for her eclectic crocheted hats, large-scale mandalas, and tents consisting of colorful concentric circles and repeating patterns. Her designs draw influences from Africa, China, and Native American and Eastern philosophies, with undertones of the domestic aesthetic of her mother and other African American rural and urban homemakers, and of the 1960s and funk visual aesthetic.

Learn more about Xenobia and the other featured artists in Funk, God, Jazz & Medicine: Black Radical Brooklyn.




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