All I wanna do is glooma-gloom-gloom in a June-June.

"Sometimes a guy is up at midnight looking up pictures of Leeland Palmer getting dragged by his hair from a club by Robocop to send to a girl he likes."
LA Strange

Drove past some flowers placed around a tree on Highland ave.

Two blocks down two women are selling roses at a stop light.

Too much death for a Thursday.

Reborn in a decade of nihilism.


“When its 100 degrees in New York, it’s 72 in Los Angeles. When its 30 degrees in New York, in Los Angeles it’s still 72. However, there are 6 million interesting people in New York, and only 72 in Los Angeles.”

Neil Simon

I could hear everything, together with the hum of my hotel…

Memor[y] Day

Eating pizza watching TMNT II.



I’m constantly yelling at people for not having a sense of scale when pondering their relative insignificance in the grand scheme of things. Maybe this will help.

To be honest, this really doesn’t help me. Do you know what does? Take an hour and absorb the significance of Frontline’s documentary on Syria.

Can someone make a website that shows the insignificance of Coketalk to scale?

Because really… Global warming is a hell of a lot more relevant than some typical pseudo-intellectual Angelino’s opinions on life.

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Harlem Shake Twin Peaks

Well done.


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Yesterday we had a guy named Matt Powers into the department for a talk. His work focuses on the relationship between NGOs like Human Rights Watch or Save the Children and the media, so he looks at things like HRW’s efforts to get stories about its reports placed in particular press outlets, or…


This has a lot less to do with pop media and tv shows, and more to do with post-structural development theory. Invisible Children was a master-class in Western development discourse. It’s a shame that a person in charge of researching how NGOs communicate with the media wouldn’t talk about that. Then again. He’s probably part of the problem.

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