Good news, I talked to Hitler and he said he didn’t do it

I saw this at TYWKIWDBI and had to share it:

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My first thought was to redo it with three crucifixes across a skyline with the words, “Good news, I talked to Jesus and he said he didn’t do it.”

That’d go over swimmingly!

And if I added an N, an apostrophe and a T it would smooth everything over.

See how that works!

More sacrilege below the fold.

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Raising the bar: “You can do better”

I saw this over at Kottke. Jason wrote: “In his biography of Apple founder Steve Jobs, Walter Isaacson reports on some comments Jobs made over dinner to News Corp’s Rupert Murdoch about Fox News in 2010.”

In return for speaking at the retreat, Jobs got Murdoch to hear him out on Fox News, which he believed was destructive, harmful to the nation, and a blot on Murdoch’s reputation. “You’re blowing it with Fox News,” Jobs told him over dinner. “The axis today is not liberal and conservative, the axis is constructive-destructive, and you’ve cast your lot with the destructive people. Fox has become an incredibly destructive force in our society. You can be better, and this is going to be your legacy if you’re not careful.” Jobs said he thought Murdoch did not really like how far Fox had gone. “Rupert’s a builder, not a tearer-downer,” he said. “I’ve had some meetings with James, and I think he agrees with me. I can just tell.”

I don’t have so much of a problem with Mr. Trump taking this country on the longest, nosedive into the infinity pool filled with a burning endless supply of gasoline.

I have a problem with the folks whom I love, and they say they love me, who raised me, raised others, taught and led on a platform of heightened morality, of raised bars and disciplined/critical approaches to life, love and the pursuit of happiness.

I lost my faith in god a long time ago, but kept hold of threads of hope for the great pillars of strength who once surrounded me. Those people are gone. Blinded by the most regrettable fake head of hair to ever grace the world stage.

Last night, I wrote for a long time (privately) about the love I have for my parents and friends who I grew up with. I’m writing a script for a promo video and I can’t deny from where I’ve come. The disappointment I now have is nauseating. I point blame at their addictions to piss-poor media that separates and destroys.

There are no bridges, because every time I build one, it’s destroyed by callous, selfish hate informed not by personal inquiry, but by shallow disregard for a desire to place family over so-called politics and “opinion.”

It’s that old garbage-in treat you like shit scenario.

The fabric of this country is being ripped apart and it’s going to take the courage to flip the switch on TVs and devices to start to mend this gaping, galaxy-wide tear.


Inspiration: a really cool interview with photographer Noah Kalina

Photo by Ryan Essmaker

I’ve seen Noah Kalina’s photographer published throughout the internets from time to time, but I didn’t know anything about him. His rich history of always pursuing photography, never doing anything other than photography, and finding a way to make a career out of it.

Go check out this interview with him here. It’s so good. And, seriously, an inspiration I needed right now.

A snip:

For more than fifteen years, Noah Kalina has carved out a freelance career that manages to strike a balance between fine art and commercial photography. Here, the Barryville, NY-based photographer talks to us about the path he took to get there—the high school awards that gave him the confidence to keep taking pictures; attending art school, and jump starting an independent career by taking $20 head shots out of a small Manhattan apartment; and why he chose to move his life and studio to rural Upstate NY. Despite the ups and downs that working solo can often present, Noah still says he wouldn’t have it any other way.

This photo stood out to me (below), but the Cabin Porn is stuff I’ve seen and is truly a sight. Go take a look. I don’t want to spoil everything and I certainly don’t want to be accused of copyright infringement. I’m hoping to send people to read the article.

Photo by Noah Kalina