12 October 2011

Classic Liz....

damn, nature.

smoke some pot at your desk and get a load of this.

nErD aLeRt!

In fact, more than half of architecture school graduates don’t enter the profession. Fewer still get licensed, which means that the majority of the best and brightest are held in professional limbo or exit the profession entirely. This has been the status quo for decades, and it’s time for a change. We, the public, need architecture and dignifying spaces now more than ever.
Lest you think this title stuff is just semantics, think again. The profession and the public are measurably worse off because of this issue. While diversity in architecture schools is comparable to law and other fields, architecture remains one of the most elite and homogenous professions, clinging to institutional barriers that have thwarted gender parity and diversity efforts. Massive resources are spent on bureaucracy instead of nurturing a more representative profession to serve our diverse society, and supporting architects to create better, more vibrant public spaces. (via)
good readin'.

sophia and more importantly, rosie!

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thx starla!

tard puppies

you have ktv to thank for this little collection. look at those back pawz....just a-draggin'.

beyonce = plagiarist?

this director lady called beyonce a stealster for borrowing some imagery from her past work for the "countdown" video.

my two cents? with its blatant similarity, it's clearly a nod to a respected influence, and this bitch should be thanking beyonce for the compliment.

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