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December 16th, 2010 by cheesellamaNBA…Possible name/logo change for the Nets

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A possible move for the New York Nets could mean a name change and logo change. Both are not for the best. See the original story here  REaD more ☞

December 11th, 2010 by johnnyangel666To Lee, With Love, Nick

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A tribute to Alexander McQueen.  REaD more ☞

December 8th, 2010 by johnnyangel666Skype Type

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December 8th, 2010 by johnnyangel666The Finger by Oded Ezer

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December 7th, 2010 by johnnyangel666“Salvador Dali would have loved it!”

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During the six years I lived in New York City I worked a shitty job at an art house cinema on the Lower East Side. Out of boredom I used to make it a point to try to get to know some of our regular customers who were a LOT on the eccentric side. You know, for kicks! It would either lead me to something amazing or get me into trouble… more often amazing! There was Roberta of course who was 1/5 subject of a documentary film about crazy people. Anyone who has worked at a movie theatre (including the  REaD more ☞

December 7th, 2010 by johnnyangel6661:3 1:5 1:7

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Oded Ezer painting numbers with a high heel shoe while wearing his typosexual mohawk. I wonder what is the significance of these numbers? Click here to go to the Oded Ezer video: view  REaD more ☞

December 7th, 2010 by cheesellamaMarcel Duchamp – “Fountain”

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Fountain is a 1917 work by Marcel Duchamp. It is one of the pieces which he called readymades (also known as found art), because he made use of an already existing object—in this case a urinal, which he titled Fountain and signed “R. Mutt”. The art show to which Duchamp submitted the piece stated that all works would be accepted, but Fountain was not actually displayed, and the original has been lost. The work is regarded by some as a major landmark in 20th century art. Replicas commissioned by Duchamp in the 1960s are now on display in a number  REaD more ☞