Alsson At Large

May 30

think-progress:

Incarceration rates have exploded since the 1970’s.

The useless “war on drugs?”

think-progress:

Incarceration rates have exploded since the 1970’s.

The useless “war on drugs?”

kateoplis:

the all day, every day, humdrum objectification of women. 
everywhere.
choo choo.

Makes life worth living.

kateoplis:

the all day, every day, humdrum objectification of women.

everywhere.

choo choo.

Makes life worth living.

kateoplis:

the all day, every day, humdrum objectification of women. 
everywhere.
choo choo.

kateoplis:

the all day, every day, humdrum objectification of women.

everywhere.

choo choo.

Feb 05

"Ohhhh, a penny" - Imgur


OMG

"Ohhhh, a penny" - Imgur


OMG

Feb 03

As a fellow entrepreneur, I salute you. - Imgur

As a fellow entrepreneur, I salute you. - Imgur

tumblr.com -

Youthful intolerance, for sure. But I love it.

Jan 13

[video]

Mar 28

calumet412:

Looking south on N Michigan Ave, 1933, Chicago.

calumet412:

Looking south on N Michigan Ave, 1933, Chicago.

Mar 13

nickdrake:

Jack Nicholson,

Five Easy Pieces?

nickdrake:

Jack Nicholson,

Five Easy Pieces?

(via monk3y)

missingmarilyn:


One evening at our house with friends, someone suggested an impromptu poetry reading. The idea was to pass around a copy of Whitman and Yeats, each to open a page at random and read. At Marilyn’s turn, she opened the Yeats, and the poem could only have been presented to her, again, by fate. It was “Never Give All the Heart.” (“For everything that’s lovely is/But a brief, dreamy, kind delight./O never  give the heart outright…”) She read the title, paused, and began the poem. She read it slowly, discovering it, letting the lines strike her, surprised, hanging on, winning by absolute simplicity and truth. When she finished, there was a hush. She stared into space.

- Norman Rosten, poet & friend

missingmarilyn:

One evening at our house with friends, someone suggested an impromptu poetry reading. The idea was to pass around a copy of Whitman and Yeats, each to open a page at random and read. At Marilyn’s turn, she opened the Yeats, and the poem could only have been presented to her, again, by fate. It was “Never Give All the Heart.” (“For everything that’s lovely is/But a brief, dreamy, kind delight./O never  give the heart outright…”) She read the title, paused, and began the poem. She read it slowly, discovering it, letting the lines strike her, surprised, hanging on, winning by absolute simplicity and truth. When she finished, there was a hush. She stared into space.

- Norman Rosten, poet & friend

(via autumnofnostalgia)

[video]

Mar 02

[video]

Feb 25

Jennifer Lawrence’s fall to grace -

I’m a fan. What can I say?

Feb 24

David Lynch Is Back … as a Guru of Transcendental Meditation -

The director has released a musical album, exhibited his artwork, designed a nightclub and worked tirelessly for T.M. What he has not been doing is making movies.

Feb 23

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Anthony Garratt.

http://agarratt.intuitwebsites.com/index.html

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Anthony Garratt.

http://agarratt.intuitwebsites.com/index.html