Art doesn’t just have to be beautiful rainbows, sunshine and kittens – there is true art and beauty in horror as well. Chsristopher McKenney, a U.S.-based conceptual photographer, understands this perfectly. His dark and twisted surreal photograph…
Roads and paths pervade our literature, poetry, artwork, linguistic expressions and music. Even photographers can’t keep their eyes (and lenses) off of a beautiful road or path, which is why we collected this list of 28 amazing photos of paths.Pat…
Welcome to the sugar-coated nightmare. James Ostrer creates alluringly grotesque portraits of individuals suffocating in sweets for his series Wosit All About. Inspired by his own love/hate relationship with junk food, Ostrer bought around…
"If you’ve done no wrong, surely the courts will look on you as innocent before proving you guilty."
I can’t even come up with irony for that, because shitstains like this make sure this never REACHES court.
He’s burying himself and hiding becuase he knows, he KNOWS he did wrong. He KNOWS He fucked up.
And he knows that the system that has gone to great lengths to ensure he won’t suffer anything worse than a suspension of ‘being fired’ can’t protect him from people who know his face, his name, and everything else.
Because he knows his face now is more memorized and circulated than Edward Snowden.
And he can’t hide from the fucking world.
Ferguson Officer Byran P Willman, the man who murdered Mike Brown, is comfortably sitting at home changing his facebook name to a cartoon character and going “tee hee no one will find me now!!”
Use his full name as often as possible, make it immediately come up when you google Ferguson or Michael Brown.
Make sure his name is marked in fucking history. They can’t fucking hide anymore.
Once a dog forms a close relationship with a caring owner, their loyalty can be unbreakable, and they will stick with their owner through thick and thin. And unlike us, dogs don’t pass judgment on people who are down on their luck or homeless. Thi…
Robin Williams bonding with Koko, the gorilla, to quell your sads.
makes me so happy and sad
When one of Koko’s trainers mentioned Robin Williams’s passing to the gorilla, she became ‘extremely sad’, indicating she still remembered Robin Williams.