spirit photograph, 1930s
A 19th Century Lithographer Transforms the Alphabet into a Series of Sweeping Landscapes
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ITS A DOG ON AN ELEPHANT. A dog on an elephant. Kill me now, because nothing will make me this happy again.
Cars are covered in flowers as part of a Chrysler Parade to honor beauty queens, September 1, 1926 (Chicago Tribune historical photo, via)
"Cruel, inhuman and degrading." These are words you often associate with third-world countries, war zones or even off-the-book sites like Guantanamo Bay. You probably wouldn’t expect to hear those words applied to park benches, subway stations and empty stairwells in cities across America.
But that’s exactly what the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights argued in a recently released and damning periodic report on the state of human rights in the U.S. Though the report covered everything from the death penalty and gun violence to drones and rendition, the most eye-catching section was the UN’s condemnation of the criminalization of homelessness in the U.S, which “raises concerns of discrimination and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment”
Dean Spunt and the Hat Rack band. @dotgovgov @kspcradio #deanspunt @noagela #noage #kspc #kspcradio #nochella (at Pomona College)
This band was giving out free sweaters. @somanywizards #somanywizards #nochella @kspcradio #kspc #kspcradio (at Pomona College)