DISCOUNT MONUMENTS

April 1, 2009

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RELIGIOUS

March 23, 2009

LOCAL VICAR = VOCAL LICKER

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BORN TO RUST

March 22, 2009

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DAILY

March 20, 2009

BORN TO LOSE = LAWN TO BOOZE

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PRO TEEN SHEIKS

March 19, 2009

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FINANCIAL CRISIS

March 18, 2009

ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND = ROYAL SKANK OF BOTLAND

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LARRY CLARK vs TABBED BROWSING (feat DR DANIEL DENNET)

March 17, 2009

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I was in the middle of doing a post about this documentary on Larry Clark and I had this interview with the American Philosopher Dr Daniel Dennet in the Buffalo Beast open in another tab. Anyway, I was waiting for the YouTube page to load so I could emebed the video and I flipped over to read the interview. Apparently we’re all just meaty robots and our souls are made of protein. Holy Shit, sobering stuff. It took the wind out of my sails somewhat. Thinking about such big stuff kind of made me think Larry Clark was a bit silly really. But then I thought, “No, he’s a great photographer, who manages to capture the essence of our meaty robotness between childhood and adulthood. And compared to the really interesting article, the documentary is a bit, meh.”

Anyway, read the interview. Do a google image search on Larry Clark and buy Tulsa. And watch the documentary if you’ve got nothing better to do. There‘s quite an interesting bit about the making of Kids. Tabbed browsing may yet be the the best quality-control tool of the internet age.

A selection of images by Larry Clark

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DEATH METAL BANJO CLUSTERFUCK YEAH

March 10, 2009

DAILY

February 19, 2009

DOWNLOADING PORN = POUND-LOADING DAWN

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THE CHEESEBURGER EQUATION

February 19, 2009

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I do not trust anyone who doesn’t like cheeseburgers. It’s pretty simple: if you’re too uptight to enjoy the combination of bun, burger and cheese – augmented maybe with some onions and a pickle, and a dash of ketchup – then you are a joyless, life-hating idiot. You can bet the kind of person who is too uptight to eat a food that needs to picked up and will get their hands dirty is hung up on a bunch of other crap. These are the kind of people who probably think sex is dirty and don’t like getting drunk. There are no excuses. Vegetarian? Have a veggieburger. Here does good ones. Keep Kosher? Ditto. Or just hold the cheese. Let’s not be too dogmatic here. And if you’re one of the miniscule amount of white people who’re genuinely lactose intolerant and not just neurotic, then, again, skip the cheese. Asians get a pass on this, too. But then if you’re happy to eat chicken feet and dog in your diet, it’s safe to say that you probably aren’t too uptight.

Anyway, let’s be clear: cheeseburgers rule.

Michael Burka