10:44 pm - Tue, Jul 22, 2014
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defjamblr:

Beastie Boys, including drummer Kate Schellenbach. New York 1984. Credit: Josh Cheuse

Off to the left, on the wall is a Beastie Boys piece (A better shot of it can be found here. My personal fave can be found here) by Cey Adams, one-half of the Drawing Board, Def Jam’s in-house graphic design team.

defjamblr:

Beastie Boys, including drummer Kate Schellenbach. New York 1984. Credit: Josh Cheuse

Off to the left, on the wall is a Beastie Boys piece (A better shot of it can be found here. My personal fave can be found here) by Cey Adams, one-half of the Drawing Board, Def Jam’s in-house graphic design team.

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7:35 pm
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Yup.

gingerhaze:

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I often had thoughts like these in high school and college.

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7:32 pm
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If this melding of two fantastic things doesn’t have a 1000 notes by sundown, I’ll be rather disappointed, Tumblr.Nice job, Mr. Phillips.

If this melding of two fantastic things doesn’t have a 1000 notes by sundown, I’ll be rather disappointed, Tumblr.
Nice job, Mr. Phillips.

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7:21 pm
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foolsgoldrecs:

The Danny Brown “Smokin & Drinkin” Remixes EP is out now. Danny’s anthem (produced by Fool’s Gold captain A-Trak and JMIKE) gets the remix treatment from Boys Noize with his frantic blend of breakbeats and rave stabs. Then FG newcomer TroyBoi turns in a technicolor trap masterpiece. Jack Beats slows “Smokin” down to a late-night acid house stomp and Jersey club king DJ Sliink piles on the basement bass. Stream all the tracks below and buy the EP now: smarturl.it/sdmixes!

Hey, can we stop a sec and talk about the fact that Mark Dancey did the cover for this set of bangin’ remixes? Remember Soundgarden’s Badmotorfinger? Yeah, he did that one, too.
Mark, like Danny Brown, is also a Detroit native.

(via awkward-panda-is-awkward)

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11:58 pm - Sun, Jul 20, 2014
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katsuyaterada:

coming

Yes, this is a book I would love to have in my life.

katsuyaterada:

coming

Yes, this is a book I would love to have in my life.

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11:52 pm
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HA!

little-miss-fats:

I am laughing so hard… no you guys. i am not doing ddp yoga. 

I think it’s really cute that FOUR people have asked me if that’s what I’m doing. I was just wiggling my body around, really. 

I practice yoga, but definitely not the ddp kind. 

I was one of the four. :D
This is the shot we were asking about (the photo isn’t NSFW, but her blog is, okay?).

My wife and I have been doing DDP Yoga for the past few weeks, and I’d say it’s made a difference. I often feel better after the “fat burner” workout. Seeing that photo, I had to ask Miss Fats if she was doing the balancing table pose, or as it’s called in DDP Yoga, the “broken table.” Naturally, if you’ve got a retired pro wrestler at the helm of a yoga-based, dynamic resistance exercise program, there’s gonna be some wrestling references. They always make me smile…on the inside, that is. I’m usually sweating and grimacing too much to smile during the workout.

P.S.: Miss Fats’ butt is terrific.

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11:04 pm
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Q: whats the difference between a man who likes/enjoys fat women and a man that has a fetish towards fat women?
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queenmerbabe:

You have men who just have a preference for fat women and that’s okay. And then you have men AND fat women who enjoy healthy sexual relationships that involve fat fetishes.

I won’t even say a man having a fat fetish is necessarily inherently wrong. It’s how they go about that fetish that is wrong in a lot of cases.

Running blogs where you don’t consider the boundaries of the women you reblog and use them as your personal bbw spankbank - which is the difference between HAVING a fat fetish and out right objectifying and fetishizing just any ol’ fat woman.

It takes us from being fat women you admire to tools and objects for you to get off on. We aren’t seen as full people. Especially when there is so many different views and respects on bbw and these fetishes. These are very controversial things. Where some find it empowering and others are out right offended and hurt by it.

You are stripping us of our voices. Our bodily autonomy even. Our right to preserve sexual boundaries and basic respect all for an orgasm.

The problem about men ‘embracing’ these fetishes is they’re too quick to do what I previously stated. Especially since the objectification of women’s bodies in general are almost a knee jerk reaction that a lot of men have due to conditioned and learned behaviors.

Also men who use their fetish as a selling point to get a fat woman’s attention is fetishizing in itself. If the first thing these men say to a fat woman is something about their bodies they expect us to be gratutious. After all we’r the undesirable fatties and should swoon at these men who are generous enough to give us any attention?

But then you have men who don’t use their attraction for fat as a selling point, or erase the personhood of us fat women by collecting a catalog of us, calling every fat woman they find appealing bbw’s, stripping us of our identities, and GASP…treat us like people.

So they approach us like any other person would approach a person they are interested in. Because we are people. Not a tool to feed their fetish. They approach us like human beings. They talk to us. They show interest in US. Not just as one dimensional walking fat fucktoys.

So while you asked what the difference is between a man who enjoys and likes fat women and a man with a fetish. I think it’s important to also realize that there are healthy couples to take part in fat fetishes. There are even women who consent to being fetishized.

But that is the main thing. Consent. That’s the main difference. That is the biggest blatant difference in any discussion within FA speaking on discourse in fat fetish, bbw blogs, etc. There is pretty much NO consent, and there is NO respect for us. We are being constantly stripped of being treated with any basic sense of humanity..

And that’s the difference between a respectful man that is attracted to fat women and a man that perpetuates rape culture, sexual harassment and the objectification of fat women as just fat bodies to collect.

Hope this helped.

Best explanation I’ve seen by far. Hell, I may have reblogged it in the past; but hey, it needs to be mentioned again.

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10:46 pm
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yourdreamsmynightmares:

Your Dreams My Nightmares Episode 087. An interview with Jim Datz. Music by Monster Rally via freemusicarchive.org

Have a question or comment that you’d like played on the air? Leave Your Dreams My Nightmares a message at (917) 719-0086

You can download the episode here or subscribe to the show via iTunes.

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Music

Sun Bum (Monster Rally) / CC BY-NC 3.0

Snoozer (Monster Rally) / CC BY-NC 3.0

Looking forward to this one. I checked out Jim’s work ages ago and liked it, but somehow lost touch of his activities.

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10:42 pm
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I could draw this.

imaginaryimageblog:

An incomplete list of time travelers who have died attempting to prevent the invention of the e-cigarette

Those brave, brave souls. All for naught.

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12:04 am
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Good Lord. plussizepanda, have you seen this display of cuteness and pandas?

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