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A bunch of pictures Stanley Kubrick took in New York in the 1940’s…

I love Stanley Kubrick. I am a huge fan of his movies and admire him for the unrelenting research he put into every piece of film he shot. He also liked taking photographs. He personally shot hundreds of thousands of photos of places while researching for movies as well as did some personal artistic photography as well. Continue reading

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We Like To Shoot Stuff… We’re Not Idiot Redneck Assholes

We hate rednecks

Jim here. Ever since I was a little boy my father took me fishing. One of my oldest memories is either fishing for largemouth bass and sunfish in the pond behind my house, for smallmouths in a gigantic childhood pond at a friend’s house, or maybe it was fishing for mackerel, cod and pollock off of the coast of Waterford, Ireland when I was about four…Anyways, I have been a fisherman since I could walk. When I was a little older, it developed into an obsession. When I saw a body of water I would immediately assess how many fish, of what species it would contain, and how best to go about extracting them from the water. Continue reading

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Letters From Men Who Go To Strip Clubs: INTERVIEW WITH SUSANNAH BRESLIN

Letters from men who go to strip clubs interview susannah breslin

Letters from men who go to strip clubs is the latest project from renowned blogger Susannah Breslin. It features letters from anonymous men speaking on their experiences in gentleman’s clubs all over the United States. The content of these letters reveal the men’s honesty, openness, and vulnerabilities. The patron’s discuss their various self-perceptions and ultimately – the reasons why they find themselves attending strip clubs in the first place. There is a vast spectrum of diverse perspectives in these always unpretentious and often humorous letters. The letters range from: A self-deprecating narrative from a lonely older man, a gay guy who admits he just appreciates the fine art of pole dancing, and another gentleman that just finds it easier to socialize with other men in this environment.

Here’s a little tidbit to wet your appetite…

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Black Friday 2011: Best of Edition!…continued

black friday violence 2011

Black Friday is one of the few examples of not only how capitalism has subverted all of our dreams/minds/hopes and aspirations/sense of dignity, but, more conveniently for this blog: How bitches be crazy when it comes to shopping. This is the one area in our society in which violent crime committing females give their male counterparts a decent run for their money. Continue reading

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Manly Man #2 – Tim Pool: Ustream Star

The Man

Protestor turned guerrilla journalist Tim Pool has made waves on the internet and beyond with his live Ustream coverage of the Occupy Wall Street Movement (OWS). Originally from Chicago, Tim was spending time in Los Angeles & Virginia building robots and skateboarding before heading for New York City. Tim saw what was happening with the OWS movement and decided to join the movement during its first week back in early September. He has been involved with other grassroots movements in the past such as the No Blood for Oil anti-Iraq-war campaign, Greenpeace, and Environment America. Continue reading

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