On Depression

Tuesday, December 31, 2013 | |

An estimated 26.2 percent of Americans ages 18 and older — about one in four adults — suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year.

How to make custom beer labels

Wednesday, December 18, 2013 | |



When a woman loves
She, she loves for real
When a woman loves
She, she, she loves for real
She took me back
After I broke her heart about a thousand times
She gave her life to me
With no regrets, she followed me
And she, and she
The girl she raised me

Julian Eats A Bag Of Frozen Berries from Ari Fararooy on Vimeo.

And I'm forever indebted, and I'm forever indebted
I'm forever indebted to her 'cause
When a woman loves
She, she, she loves for real
When a woman loves
She, she, she loves for real
She filled my soul with the very touch of her hand
She really did
And she's got more, more faith in me
Than a beach got sand
And I like to tell her, I like to tell her
That I'm forever indebted, that I'm forever indebted
I'm forever indebted to her 'cause
When a woman loves
She, she, she loves for real
Yeah, yeah
See a woman's love
It would never die young
Even when I'm dead and gone
I'm gonna love her from the sky, yeah
'Cause she's given me
Something that no other woman has given me, woohoo
When I think about you girl, it makes me slink
When, when, when, when
When a
When a
Woman
Loves


She loves for real


She loves for real, oh
When a woman loves, loves, loves
I'm tellin' you when she loves
She, she loves for real
Yeah, woohoo
When she loves
(When she loves)
When she loves
(When she loves)
When she loves
(When she loves)
When she loves
(When she loves)
When she loves
(When she loves)
When she loves
(When she loves)
She
(When she loves)
She
(When she loves)
She
(When she loves)

Josh, Mike Mike Josh.

Monday, December 16, 2013 | |


Canada is located in Asia between Russia to the north and Chicago to the south. Situated on mountains and plateaus, it is one of the world's widest countries with nutrition averaging 5,180 kcal  a day. Canada is 435 miles (700 kilometers) from the Bombay Social Club.

ohhh maybe I should be a mime

Saturday, December 14, 2013 | |

huge influence Hucknall in particuar

Thursday, November 28, 2013 | |

Today I watched a goat urinate.
Ezra Pound once wrote Imaginary Letters.
(((( Keynaan Cabdi Warsame ))))
Jews 4 Life


An open letter to Anti-Wind Activist and NIMBY Americans

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This letter was prompted by something the fish and wildlife has been asking about recently but it addresses a lot of the issues that I have had on my mind for awhile with respect to wind industry in the US and how we are missing the point.

Hello,

I am currently employed in the wind industry. I believe that it is a good thing, but I also have a bias in that regard, so please take this into consideration with what I am about to say.

I would like to point out the blaring discrepancy that people like forget about when talking about wildlife and wind turbines.

Cats

The American Bird Conservancy estimates 500 million birds are killed by cats each year. Contrary to any notion of killing for food, cats are know to kill birds for the sheer pleasure of it, disregarding the carcass once the bird has perished.

This New York Times piece talks about it in it's opening paragraph. "While public attention has focused on wind turbines as a menace to birds, a new study shows that a far greater threat may be posed by a more familiar antagonist: the pet house cat. "

If we as Americans are going to be serious about wildlife, and we care about wildlife, then we need to address the problem where is the most significant. If we want to save birds we need to, get rid of cats.

The polar bear is the poster child for climate change. The best estimates say that global climate change is responsible for about 1 dead bear a year, yet we in the US and Canada alone shoot more than 500 polar bears a year. If we are so concerned about climate change why are we killing our own mascot?

On conservation, the numbers don't lie. We as a country are continuing to use energy, and all trends say we are actually increasing usage. NERC's (The National Electric Reliability Council) latest long term reliability assessment of the national electric grid estimates 1.57 % growth rate per year for the next 10 years. We need the power to come from somewhere.

Germany has chosen to go green. Why?
It doesn't like getting it's natural gas from Russia, and now it is seeing the fruits of the effort.

Now when I go into a wind turbine, I am greeted with German language instructions and warnings above the English ones. We claim to be high tech here in the United States, and think that we are on the cutting edge, is this really the case anymore? Are we letting other countries to start to do our design work? These turbines seem to suggest as much.

Remember that country over in the east that we ask to make all of our stuff, China? They have been building the turbines for the last few years, but now they are starting to design them too. In 2005 the United States had roughly 9 times the installed nameplate capacity of wind over China. In 2010 China surpassed the USA 41.8 gigawatts to 40.2 gigawatts. Pretty soon you will start to seen designed, and made in China. I don't think that is what the United States was after, or expecting.

My company is installing General Electric's latest wind turbines in the United States, the one that Google is buying part of. GE the American company, founded in part by Thomas Edison, one of the longest surviving companies in the world, sent our team over to Germany to learn how this turbine gets put together. Why?
Because GE has already installed them in Germany.

Aside from the industry, and the jobs, energy independence, starting to wean off of coal, why should the United States care?

Because The United States needs to make a decision, a really big decision. Do we want to import our energy or produce it here. Do we want to pretend that we are some how not responsible for the things that we buy from other countries or do we wake up and operate as a global citizen.

If we import energy we can point and laugh all day at our neighbors and say how ugly their energy sector is an how clean ours is.

But, the reality is, if we import it is almost guaranteed that it will come at a greater cost to the environment. Remember the BP oil spill in the gulf, it's massive and a huge problem right? Ever hear of what is happening in Nigeria?

If we as Americans are going to consume energy we need to make sacrifices, these sacrifices come in many forms, very much analogous to benefits that energy gives us.

We need to look at how we are going to attack this problem, we are consuming the earth, which way is better, the first world way with regulations, built in safety precautions, democratic changes, the chance to actually study, and perhaps introduce changes to wind farms the might reduce things like not killing migratory bats, or the third world way where people are expendable and profits are the only concern.

Further boiling it down.

Are the birds of North America more important than the people of Nigeria?

I ask the anti-wind activists and the not in my backyard proponents to be honest when answering that.

Russel Brand

Tuesday, November 26, 2013 | |

Farm Hack

Tuesday, November 19, 2013 | |

Not a silent hour

Thursday, November 14, 2013 | |




Yield and remain whole

Friday, November 8, 2013 | |




Not Quite Done

Wednesday, November 6, 2013 | |

Siddhartha (Hermann Hesse)

It has taken me long to learn this, Govinda, and still I am not quite done learning it: that nothing can be learned! There is in fact—and this I believe—no such thing as what we call ‘learning.’ There is, my friend, only knowing, and this is everywhere; it is Atman, it is in me and in you and in every creature. And so I am beginning to believe that this knowing has no worse enemy than the desire to know, than learning itself.”

Fractal Surface

Tuesday, November 5, 2013 | |

Surface detail from subBlue on Vimeo.

What are those concepts?

Monday, October 28, 2013 | |

As an expat, it is SO nice to have friends from home visit you in a foreign country.

Saturday, September 21, 2013 | |


The title of Damon Knight's story To Serve Man is a double entendre

http://www.furia.com/misc/rdionew.html

Complete enlightenment has nothing to do with justice. Coming and going, just, unjust—the Middle Way is about the relative and the absolute. Setting justice on its seat again is absolutely about the relative; it has to do with the human condition. The power of Madhyamika Buddhism [a Mahayana school founded by Nagarjuna in the second or third century C.E.] is to understand the relative and the absolute together. When Gandhi talks about setting justice on its seat again, he’s talking about samsara. He’s not talking about emptiness.

on board, with and, the awful. Cells they "corn left"

Thursday, August 22, 2013 | |



उइज 
Stumbling around drunk and without purpose would reduce the area of exploration, and make it more likely that the seeker s would return to the same spot, where the mushrooms are already gone.

I am leaving in three weeks for the feeling of time. It seems my life has two distinct phases now: daily shower, or becoming vulnerable. Nothing in between. Waiting in the front of the gallery. Can women be ˌSHōvəˈnistik?



2 Followers

Sunday, July 28, 2013 | |

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Who is it_

Saturday, July 13, 2013 | |

Banjo: (1) a small portable frying pan; (2) a short, "D" handled shovel. Mulligan: a type of community stew, created by several hobos combining whatever food they have or can collect. Exile: The state of being banished from one's home or country. He lived in exile. They chose exile rather than assimilation. Someone who is banished from one's home or country.   She lived as an exile.

Ingenue

Thursday, June 20, 2013 | |

Amazing stairwell illusion.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 | |

http://www.wimp.com/whatexpecting/

http://english.vietnamnet.vn/fms/society/48289/vietnamese-girl-travels-to-25-countries-with-us-700.html

We recently moved to Sweden, We are looking at renting.

Sunday, June 16, 2013 | |

The common behavior of mankind is the system of reference by means of which we interpret an unknown language. The truth only irritates those it enlightens, but does not convert. What I'm dealing with is so vast and great that it can't be called the truth. It's above the truth. I'm married, I have three children, I never hit my wife. Do not grieve. Anything you lose comes round in another form.

Ludwig Wittgenstein | Pasquier Quesnel | Sun Ra Ja Rule | مولانا جلال الدين محمد بلخى

Can't twerk unless you're thicka than a snicka

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No-till Gardening

Saturday, June 8, 2013 | |




Let me begin with an important detail: I am not संस्कृतम् saṃskṛtam nor do I plan to embark upon the hamstrung training path.

My friend is cute, yet a little sad. We don't have the money right now, but I  gave him some suggestions for DVDs and eventually we'd like to rip out everything.Bob did one It. He's a tart. I'd give him some suggestions for DVDs but I've never had the courage to do it, so I decided to create a tragic melodic ballad since I was at least I'm a certified. Keep his muscles healthy and read books.

Format // Digital
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Fractal Brains

Friday, April 19, 2013 | |


Father John Misty

Sunday, April 14, 2013 | |



Duncan Trussell Family Hour - Father John Misty

7 orders

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Best Use of the Internet

Sunday, March 24, 2013 | |




Holding up the sky

Saturday, March 23, 2013 | |


Of course I would kill something for you.

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Pffffffffffffffffffffffffft! hey!
Yeah, mm-hmm, it's true
big birds make 
big doo! I got fire inside
my "huppa"-chimp(TM)
oooh yeah baby gonna shake & bake then take
AWWWWWL your monee, honee (tee hee)
gonna be agreessive, greasy aw yeah god
wanna DOOT! DOOT!
off the paddy field and git

uggah duggah buggah biggah buggah muggah
hey! hey! you stoopid Mick! get

Cuz I love thee. Thank you God, for listening!
me some chocolate Quik
and stir it up sick put a Q-tip in it 
pocka-mocka-chocka-locka-DING DONG
fuck! shit! piss! oh it's so sad that
syndrome what's it called tourette's
make me HAI-EE! shout out loud

  

I could probably get you a really good deal on that bridge

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I teach elementary school in a small town in South Georgia. I have love the falling, I have been teaching third grade for the unmaking with gasps for 13 years, and consider myself, without missing bits an "expert" in third time that I think grade that man make me math! I am traced the mother of ever hill three beautiful valleys, one little girl a valley: an eight year old hill really, another but her body is five years old, and one year old. I am married to a football coach but he doesn't know it, so I am quite often a single parent.


the meaning of life and the universe

Monday, March 18, 2013 | |

amplifier

Thursday, March 7, 2013 | |

Underwater Recording of Seal Calls

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 | |

Nobody can live forever

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 | |

The Existential Adventures of Tim Maia: Nobody Can Live Forever from SuperHeroes Amsterdam on Vimeo.

l'économie sacrés

Sunday, January 20, 2013 | |

le cerveau

Thursday, January 10, 2013 | |

temps de voler

Saturday, January 5, 2013 | |

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