“It is a great feeling to know
that from a window
I can go to books to cans of beer to past loves.
And from these gather enough dream
to sneak out a back door.”
― Gregory Corso
i love when this girl comes to my place of work

i love when this girl comes to my place of work

my homies

my homies

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anarcho-queer:

150,000 Protesters Demand Reform In Chile, March Ends In Police Violence

The “March of all Marches” joined together on March 22, 2014 in the Plaza Italia in Santiago for equality, justice and democracy in Chile. An estimated 150,000 thousand Chileans participated in the protest which ended in violent police repression.

The 40 activist groups that helped fill the streets supported causes ranging from environmental protection and legalization of abortion to gay and indigenous rights. Protesters also voiced support for a new constitution to replace the one in place since Augusto Pinochet’s 17-year dictatorship.

Michelle Bachelet, Chile’s new president, promised a complete reform of education and healthcare in a bid to ease social inequality. This included the introduction of a free university education.

The organizers of the march stated that the event was neither for nor against newly-inaugurated President Michelle Bachelet; it was merely to let the government know about the Chilean people’s demands.

Protesters briefly clashed with riot police armed with tear gas and water canons. Police responded by violently dispersing the entire protest with the water canons, despite the demonstration being mostly peaceful. At least three policemen were injured and 50 protesters arrested, authorities said.

“We were forced to discontinue the march because a water cannon was deployed right by our stage.” said Rolando Jimenez, president of Movilh (Homosexual Movement of Integration and Liberation).

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dagseoul:

Michel Foucault with anarchist Fon Elders. From the blog:

Lost for nearly 30 years, an interview has recently surfaced on YouTube between Michel Foucault and Dutch anarchist Fons Elders. The interview was conducted before Foucault’s debate with Noam Chomsky, which was moderated by Elders. Elders, some may recall, paid Foucault partially in hash for the debate and tried to compel Foucault to appear in a red wig.
The history of the video is as interesting as the footage itself.  Lionel Claris, who worked with Elders to translate the video into English, reports that interview broadcasted to Dutch TV in 1971 was all but lost after the station caught fire. The 15 minutes in the YouTube video is all that remains of an interview that reportedly last over an hour. This video is the version edited by the Dutch TV station to omit Elder’s questions, and thus only contains Foucault speaking with some untranslated Dutch filler on Foucault. The interview takes place in Foucault’s apartment in Paris on Rue de Vaugirard. Claris writes that he found the footage by chance, while doing undergraduate research at Hampshire College.
The transcript of the interview was retained, however, and published in the 2012 book “Freedom and Knowledge.” Fons Elder has posted part of that book for free online here. It can also be purchased from his website.
In the interview, Foucault discusses his work in “Madness and Civilization” and ties it to his greater project. He goes on to talk about knowledge and truth, the subject and societal tolerance. “The universality of our knowledge,” Foucault explains, “has been acquired at the cost of exclusions.”

dagseoul:

Michel Foucault with anarchist Fon Elders. From the blog:

Lost for nearly 30 years, an interview has recently surfaced on YouTube between Michel Foucault and Dutch anarchist Fons Elders. The interview was conducted before Foucault’s debate with Noam Chomsky, which was moderated by Elders. Elders, some may recall, paid Foucault partially in hash for the debate and tried to compel Foucault to appear in a red wig.

The history of the video is as interesting as the footage itself.  Lionel Claris, who worked with Elders to translate the video into English, reports that interview broadcasted to Dutch TV in 1971 was all but lost after the station caught fire. The 15 minutes in the YouTube video is all that remains of an interview that reportedly last over an hour. This video is the version edited by the Dutch TV station to omit Elder’s questions, and thus only contains Foucault speaking with some untranslated Dutch filler on Foucault. The interview takes place in Foucault’s apartment in Paris on Rue de Vaugirard. Claris writes that he found the footage by chance, while doing undergraduate research at Hampshire College.

The transcript of the interview was retained, however, and published in the 2012 book “Freedom and Knowledge.” Fons Elder has posted part of that book for free online here. It can also be purchased from his website.

In the interview, Foucault discusses his work in “Madness and Civilization” and ties it to his greater project. He goes on to talk about knowledge and truth, the subject and societal tolerance. “The universality of our knowledge,” Foucault explains, “has been acquired at the cost of exclusions.”

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A 43 year old Brazilian man injected his biceps full of oil and alcohol to look like Arnold Schwarznegger.

did-you-kno:

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More like Popeye now.

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