just like all you see of 9/11 in the media is the spectacle of the towers falling, all one sees of hiroshima is the mushroom cloud. From ground-level the true force of the blast, hidden by the sterile awe of the cloud, is observable on a human scale. The story behind the pictures is pretty unbelievable, too.
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david byrne seems to be having a pretty excellent year—“playing the building” was well-recieved, and is still open until the 24th of this month, and now, through a serindipitous series of events, he designed a number of metal sculptures that double as, “accidentally very useful” art: bike racks.
(image from flickr)
okay, like, I understand that it’s traumatic when the university expands, and that every tree in upper-campus is, like, a precious jewel of the ecosystem and stuff, but really, you’re not lending yourself credibility when you express your contempt for The Man in such a juvenile way:
and how about getting the fucking acronym right, eh? too hard for you? I bet you spell woman “womyn.”