Tag Archive: politics


A shepherd in Iran, photographed by Hemad Nazari.

Someone brilliantly painted a portrait of Divine over the image of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco on an old coin. WINNING!

In this episode of CollegeHumor‘s “Adam Ruins Everything,” Adam breaks down the true reasons for weed being illegal.

Let’s get ready to fight the good fight! OOH RAH!

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Post Apocalypse

Bora Barroso created a compilation of imagery from post-apocalyptic cinema, creating the ultimate depressing-yet-curiously-liberating vision of human doom.

Films Used:
– Mad Max Fury Road
– I Am Legend
– The Book of Eli
– The Road
– Oblivion
– Priest
– Los últimos días
– Carriers
– 28 Days Later
– Children of Men
– 12 Monkeys
– The Day After Tomorrow
– Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
– Terminator Salvation


<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/193388063″>THE WORLD OF TOMORROW (A Tribute)</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/borabarroso”>Bora Barroso</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

 

Apropos for today: “Depression” eye makeup art by Tal Peleg.

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If only we could VOTE out annoying co-workers!

From the hilarious David Cross TV series The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, season 3, episode 6. When skinheads and Muslims meet unexpectedly, they are united by a common hatred. Definitely NOT politically correct, folks; you’ve been warned!

 

A classic clip from the Roseanne show. Roseanne has an enlightening conversation with her local state representative, who immediately regrets his decision to knock on their door.

This is a touching article written by one of my best friends in high school. Please feel free to share it.

“At the beginning of his run for President, Donald Trump spoke at a rally in South Carolina. On November 24, 2015 in front of approximately 10,000 people and on camera, he physically mocked Serge Kovaleski, a disabled Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter. (ABC News Youtube link). In doing so, he told his listeners that a physical handicap makes you different than, and less than, someone else. He told America that a deformity means you deserve less respect, less humanity than someone who’s ‘normal’. He told you it’s ok to mock me.”

To read the rest of this eloquently-written article, click here.

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