Showing posts from February, 2007

Vivian Westwood exhibit

Vivienne Westwood is both iconoclast and global icon. In the 1970s, she electrified the world with the launch of punk fashion and went on to become one of the most inventive and influential designers of our time. Fashion to her became "a baby I picked up and never put down." This exhibition , which was organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and which makes the de Young its only U.S. stop on an international tour, celebrates Westwood’s extraordinary, nearly 40-year-long career. Known best for her fearless nonconformity, she also has a profound respect for the past and looks to it for inspiration. With tradition as her springboard, she takes historic garments such as corsets and crinolines and reinvents them in new ways or uses thoroughly British fabrics like tartans and tweeds to create fashion that gently parodies Establishment styles. However outrageous or provocative the result, her approach has always been practical. She is driven by a curiosity about how thin

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to the middle aged white guy in blue with the hairy arms, that was really classy of you to crap your pants then leave your stank fart for all of us on the ellipticals. go buy another pair of 80's nylong shorts, your still a jackass. 24hr fitness is kinda ghetto, especially in sf, I especially love how when you leave the girls say goodbye but don't look at you, so when you say goodbye back to them they have resumed the conversation that you interrupted by leaving, thus making u look like a jackass saying goodbye to the air.

Lovecraft has a commercial

Had I not dropped for my Prius I would have loved to have geek'd out and built my own veggie oil car.

Save NPR and PBS from Bush Attack

George W. Bush is trying—yet again—to slash funding for NPR and PBS. This week, Bush proposed a new budget with devastating cuts to public broadcasting.1 "Sesame Street" and other ad-free kids' shows are under the knife. So is the independent journalism our country needs. Enough is enough. We've fought this fight before and won—but we can't afford the risk anymore. With the new Congress, we can make sure this never happens again. We need Congress to insulate NPR and PBS from the political winds. We can make it happen if enough of us sign this petition: "Congress must save NPR and PBS once and for all. Congress should guarantee permanent funding and independence from partisan meddling." Clicking here will add your name to the petition

Gimme 10cc's of something stat!

I've been wanting to learn cpr lately but am dreading going to yet another community college ghetto class then I found this great free online video resource.

i want to be him