juggalo life….

American Juggalo from Sean Dunne on Vimeo.


Sam Gellman’s photographs of North Korea’s Mass Games are, to put it simply, mind blowing.

Black face

By Jonathan Yardley from The Washington Post
In the fall of 1959 an obscure white journalist and novelist named John Howard Griffin, a native of Texas, went to a dermatologist in New Orleans with what can only be called an astonishing request: He wanted “to become a Negro.” A man of conscience and religious conviction, he was [...]

Hot Blooded

In this delicious article on the dangers of writing sex scenes for the paranormal Paul Goat Allen takes us through some of the moister parts of the writer’s psyche – from The Huffington Post
• “His body knew only one goal, to bury itself into the snug fist of her femininity and let it milk [...]

cover your shame

Keeping a grip on retro cool in a constantly changing world is difficult, even for the most mindful hipster. Thankfully, Moleskin have come to the rescue of those who enjoy the convenience of the Kindle, yet loath it’s clinical contemporary pragmatism. Their protective covers add an old skool elegance to what may well have been [...]

the sound of Pi

Literary Lisa

Here’s an entertaining piece on The Simpson’s literary references in The Atlantic

one step beyond…

If you don’t have the patience for the introductory atmospherics, scroll through to 1:47 for the eye popping body control of a young man who makes the heart believe, even when the eye doesn’t think it’s possible.

losing face

Faces from arturo castro on Vimeo.

wiki weasels

We all agree here at the likeithateit team that wikipedia is a wonderful resource. Principally because it is community moderated.  Yet the same thing that makes it such an outstanding beacon of all that is good in the world also makes it vulnerable to evil doers.  Unsurprisingly, there are people and corporations in the world who use wikipedia to push their own version [...]