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January 28th, 2012

In the song, “Putin zassal” we offer a scenario of…



In the song, “Putin zassal” we offer a scenario of revolt in Russia for the Russians offered okkupirrovat key places of the country and seek political change. Be bold zassavshego Putin and his security services. In this hot and exciting time when the political regime in Russia is staggering, and the face of last year declared the Protester, united in collective action and the anarchists, and feminists, and LGBT people, as well as liberals, the Madonna and Child with all the saints.

Closer to the night managed to get out of the feminist underground and pour majeure, clear, high-quality version of the video, which differs somewhat from the hastily concocted movie , which had already become famous. So we sing and dance along with Pussy Riot, teach words.

We never do shit like this any more.

January 28th, 2012

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January 28th, 2012

theswingingsixties: Pierre Cardin with his models, February 23,…



theswingingsixties:

Pierre Cardin with his models, February 23, 1966.

MODERN

January 28th, 2012

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January 28th, 2012

This is incredible.



This is incredible.

January 28th, 2012

skinned-teen: When water was used to put out a burning building…



skinned-teen:

When water was used to put out a burning building in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in the late 19th century, the air temperature was so cold that the water quickly turned to ice. 

January 28th, 2012

MADCAP



MADCAP

January 28th, 2012

"rejection sucks, but rejection-avoidance ultimately sucks more."

“rejection sucks, but rejection-avoidance ultimately sucks more.”

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isabelthespy: V in an email to me just now. V is maybe the smartest most brilliant person in the world and every time i communicate with her in any way i am reminded of how lucky i am to have had the smartest most brilliant person in the world as a major force in my life since i was eight years old.

I’m not sure if I buy this. In general I am against avoiding things. But if you have experienced rejection, over and over and over again, and then some more of it, and then more still, it’s less about avoidance and more about protection and maybe even survival and acceptance.