photo & music blog.

•April 9, 2008 • Leave a Comment

so, this is blog number 1,000,000,634 for me, but i think it’s here to stay.

check it out. i combined all blogs and i’m moving away. it’s been real, love you all.
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•April 3, 2008 • Leave a Comment
i wish i could find one of these… 



•April 3, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Check out MOTION PORTRAIT totally bizarre. she follows you around the screen… picture-11.png 

the day-to-day life of albert hastings.

•April 3, 2008 • 3 Comments

kaylynn deveney moved from new mexico to southern whales to go to grad school for photography. she walked everywhere, always passing her neighbor’s house on the way. eventually, she mustered up the courage to introduce herself to an older man down the street that was always spending time caring for his garden and whatnot. soon thereafter, she asked if she could do a photo project that revolved around his day-to-day lifestyle. the adorably sweet, simple kind, and lonely older man agreed to help the kid out and this photo project was born. with a thoughtful approach to life, he captioned the girl’s photographs, and a collaboration was born. 

simplistic, bitter-sweet, and uninhibited, deveney captured the essence of the elderly man with a very refined sophistication and elegance. i bought the book almost a year ago at the MoMA because i couldn’t stop myself. the story is beautiful, the everyday life of a very special older person. i almost teared up toward the end, and spent at least an hour in the store, slowly flipping through the pages. the photographer and subject develop a friendship and closeness that rivals a pseudo-familial bond, and he seems to be the second sweetest man i’ve ever seen. the following photos are from the book and series: the day-to-day life of albert hastings.












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diebold accidentally leaks 2008 election results!

•April 2, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Embarrassed Diebold officials apologized after one of their electronic voting machines prematurely revealed the winner of our upcoming sham election.

wanna try the eyeball reflex test?

•April 2, 2008 • Leave a Comment

 check it. 

babies try to kill the teach!

•April 2, 2008 • Leave a Comment


WAYCROSS, Ga. – A group of children ages 8 to 10 apparently were mad at their teacher because she had scolded one of them for standing on a chair, authorities say. That led the third-graders, as many as nine boys and girls, to plot an attack on the teacher at Center Elementary School in south Georgia.

Police Chief Tony Tanner said the students apparently planned to knock the teacher unconscious with a glass paperweight, bind her with handcuffs and duct tape and then stab her with a broken steak knife.


The scheme involved a division of roles, Tanner said. One child’s job was to cover windows so no one could see outside, and another was supposed to clean up after the attack.

Two of the students were arrested on juvenile charges Tuesday and a third arrest was expected. District Attorney Rick Currie said other students told investigators they didn’t take the plot seriously or insisted they had decided not to participate. Currie said he decided to seek juvenile charges against two girls, ages 9 and 10, who brought the knife and paperweight and an 8-year-old boy who brought tape. He said they face charges of conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, and both girls are being charged with taking weapons to school.