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  1. zapatiste

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    any thoughts on the europa report ?

     
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    It's good until the last 90 seconds that kinda ruin it. If you can live with a sort of disappointing ending it's still worth a watch for the atmosphere etc.


    Anyone seen Gravity ? I want to but I can't stand Bullock
     
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    even having read this warning midway through i wasn't ready for the absurdity of the end :-/
    predictable but fun till that point at least

    bullock+clooney really keeping me from watching what otherwise seemed a thrilling sequence in the trailer.
     
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    I was surprised to find I didn't like it as much as everyone else apparently seems to. It's really good, but it's not great. I think it was just too heavy handed at times.

    This is kinda old news, but much of Alan Lomax's recording archive is available to listen to online for free. Lomax traveled around the world recording folk music from different cultures. He's famous in the U.S. for recording a lot of stuff in the South and Appalachia, including spirituals and slave songs, bluegrass, blues, etc. But he also recorded folk songs from Ireland and Scotland, the Caribbean, and locations as distant as Romania and Uzbekistan. There's so much good music in here that you'll probably never be able to listen to it all. Here's the link: http://research.culturalequity.org/rc-b2/home-audio.jsp

    The biggest downside is that it's hard to sort through. A good place to start is their collection guide: http://research.culturalequity.org/rc-b2/audio-guide.jsp
     
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    Shrouds of latex cast from derelict buildings hang in this installation by Amsterdam design studio KNOL Ontwerp, forming ghostly recreations of spaces

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    For those curious what a Jay McInerney x David Lynch collab might look like, well...here it is.

    David Lynch's Hotel Room. Never available on DVD, out of print on VHS, but here, now, on SF. (And YouTube).

    This aired on HBO originally, in '93, I think. Three stories, six decades, one hotel room. Written by Barry Gifford (Wild at Heart, the novel) and Jay McInerney (Bright Lights, Big City, the novel) and directed by David Lynch and James Signorelli.

    You'll probably want to fire up those YouTube downloaders, as well.


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    and to clarify if anyone doesn't know: that's all salt
     
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    I feel like this would have been posted here already, but can't find. If my current career doesn't work out I want to be an anarchitect.



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    ^ fuck yes. YES. SO GOOD

    was meaning to do a post on gord i'm glad other ppl are tuned into that old time shit like taking a saw to a house and making some art right on lorcan way to put this up
     
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    Imagine... they need a new capital .. and you are to design the whole city (never fails to amaze me when I think about it)


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