1. melissa:

"There is a website, brbxoxo.com, that “searches online sexcam sites and only broadcasts feeds when the performers are absent.” The rooms themselves are very interesting and vary widely in their layout, decoration, and overall aesthetics. They are not necessarily American. And they are not always beige. If you watch this website for some time you see all kinds of colors and images. In the bottom left room below you can see religious icons. Sometimes there are sex toys left on the beds. 
To me, the sex-worker rooms look far more “normal” than the big American rooms of YouTube. They seem lived-in and more permanent. Some care has been taken for lighting. Collectively the decorative sense of women who masturbate for the gratification of their customers is more novel, more humane, than the typical empty rooms where people perform for a (much) broader audience. I have no idea why this is.” - “The American Room”

    melissa:

    "There is a website, brbxoxo.com, that “searches online sexcam sites and only broadcasts feeds when the performers are absent.” The rooms themselves are very interesting and vary widely in their layout, decoration, and overall aesthetics. They are not necessarily American. And they are not always beige. If you watch this website for some time you see all kinds of colors and images. In the bottom left room below you can see religious icons. Sometimes there are sex toys left on the beds.

    To me, the sex-worker rooms look far more “normal” than the big American rooms of YouTube. They seem lived-in and more permanent. Some care has been taken for lighting. Collectively the decorative sense of women who masturbate for the gratification of their customers is more novel, more humane, than the typical empty rooms where people perform for a (much) broader audience. I have no idea why this is.” - “The American Room

    Reblogged from: meganwest
  2. It is not just that the unintended deaths of Palestinians is so disproportionate to any corresponding increase in security for the Israeli targets of Hamas’s air strikes. It is not just that Netanyahu is able to identify Hamas’s strategy — to create “telegenically dead Palestinians” — yet still proceeds to give Hamas exactly what it is after. It is that Netanyahu and his coalition have no strategy of their own except endless counterinsurgency against the backdrop of a steadily deteriorating diplomatic position within the world and an inexorable demographic decline. The operation in Gaza is not Netanyahu’s strategy in excess; it is Netanyahu’s strategy in its entirety. The liberal Zionist, two-state vision with which I identify, which once commanded a mainstream position within Israeli political life, has been relegated to a left-wing rump within it.
  3. thingiverse:

Don’t limit yourself to just one of Zampik’s gorgeous vases. Set aside time to print them all.

This is easily the most beautiful thing I’ve printed so far. I gave it as a gift. Now I need to print another. 

    thingiverse:

    Don’t limit yourself to just one of Zampik’s gorgeous vases. Set aside time to print them all.

    This is easily the most beautiful thing I’ve printed so far. I gave it as a gift. Now I need to print another. 

    Reblogged from: thingiverse
  4. mostlysignssomeportents:

Tex Mex Nipple Shield for men, Tokyu Hands, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan on Flickr.
    Reblogged from: mostlysignssomeportents
  5. thingiverse:

    piuLAB’s Wrist Brace prints flat and molds to your body with the help of hot water.

    We live in the future.

    Reblogged from: thingiverse
  6. Martin Kozlowski
  7. imageoscillite:

    Evan Dando - Hard Drive (Live, 2014)

    One of my favorite songs. 

    Reblogged from: imageoscillite
  8. tubularrockets:

Rene Magritte, The Banquet, 1957

Split this down the middle and mirror it and you’ve got every third image posted to Tumblr over the last four years. 

    tubularrockets:

    Rene Magritte, The Banquet, 1957

    Split this down the middle and mirror it and you’ve got every third image posted to Tumblr over the last four years. 

    Reblogged from: joepublic
  9. "Weird Al" Yankovic has a big dictionary.
  10. omgbuglen:

Aquaman, that is bullshit and you know it

    omgbuglen:

    Aquaman, that is bullshit and you know it

    Reblogged from: paulftompkins
  11. FYI - This explanation will not get you out of trouble at work. 

    Reblogged from: televandalist
  12. DOWNLOAD! Download, download. Don’t assume something you love will be on the web tomorrow. Archiving is the new folk art.
    Kenneth Goldsmith (via notational)
    Reblogged from: wreckandsalvage
  13. Net neutrality got them where they are…there’s a danger that they, having climbed the ladder, might pull it up after them.

    Timothy Wu, Columbia University law professor and creator of the term “net neutrality,” referring to Google.

    Why’s Google aligning itself with hated ISPs? It plans on being one of them | PandoDaily

    (via spytap)

    Reblogged from: jacobjoaquin
  14. Rally for Zephyr & Tim!

    lessig:

    A week ago today, we watched as thousands raised more than $1.5M for the #MaydayPAC — a commitment to fundamental reform in the way Congress funds its elections. It was electrifying and amazing, and many of us heard the first fireworks as we crossed our $5M goal.

    But it just so happens…

    Reblogged from: lessig
  15. peterfeld:

via Danish journalist @allansorensen72:

Sderot cinema. Israelis bringing chairs 2 hilltop in sderot 2 watch latest from Gaza. Clapping when blasts are heard.

    peterfeld:

    via Danish journalist @allansorensen72:

    Sderot cinema. Israelis bringing chairs 2 hilltop in sderot 2 watch latest from Gaza. Clapping when blasts are heard.

    Reblogged from: peterfeld
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