See the thing that it is in rock ‘n’ roll there can be no limits or no laws ‘cause when you start drawing laws and limits then you might as well not even call it rock ‘n’ roll anymore.
GG Allin on The Jerry Springer Show, May 5. 1993. (via saintfuckinhell)

leviathanzerf:

GG allin vest im painting for my mate

leviathanzerf:

GG allin vest im painting for my mate


heynicecamera:

"Merle" - St. Rose Cemetery, Littleton New Hampshire
Fuji GSW690III, Ilford Delta 400
So remember when I said I discovered a second profile shot of Merle?  Well, this is it.  I’m not sure if it really counts as a “profile” as is, it’s a single shot of a person.  This was also the first time I used the Fuji to shoot a profile.  I probably could have gotten a little closer.  
As for my “woe is me, I stink” petulance and fishing/pandering/what have you, I can cop to that.  However, I really don’t see what I do as anything special or unique.  I don’t do anything anybody else can’t do.  I’m not using any proprietary equipment.  All of my cameras and film are widely available.  There’s no single camera I’m using that’s  a one of a kind or rare piece.  Everything I shoot are things that already exist, and are available to the public.  Even my bearded friends of late are no strangers to cameras.  Merle and Dino have been playing music together for over 20 years, so it’s no big coup to take their picture.   Hell, I was taking their pictures 20 years ago.  
I don’t create photographic scenes in studios or abstract tableaux.  I don’t recruit models and shoot them around town.  When I take someone’s portrait, I don’t even tell them what to do.  I’m about as passive as a photographer can get.  When I’m taking pictures of buildings and bridges, the architect and construction crews have already done all the hard work.  I’m just coming along to exploit their creation.  The same goes for nature.  I didn’t wait millions of years for that mountain range to push up from the ground, I just drove by and took a few shots from the side of the road.  
So that’s why I have such little regard for myself as an artist.  I’m not going above and beyond anybody else in design, concept, or execution.  Anybody can do this (and a lot of people do), so if anybody can do it, how special does that make me?  
Not very — I’m just another guy with a camera.

heynicecamera:

"Merle" - St. Rose Cemetery, Littleton New Hampshire

Fuji GSW690III, Ilford Delta 400

So remember when I said I discovered a second profile shot of Merle?  Well, this is it.  I’m not sure if it really counts as a “profile” as is, it’s a single shot of a person.  This was also the first time I used the Fuji to shoot a profile.  I probably could have gotten a little closer.  

As for my “woe is me, I stink” petulance and fishing/pandering/what have you, I can cop to that.  However, I really don’t see what I do as anything special or unique.  I don’t do anything anybody else can’t do.  I’m not using any proprietary equipment.  All of my cameras and film are widely available.  There’s no single camera I’m using that’s  a one of a kind or rare piece.  Everything I shoot are things that already exist, and are available to the public.  Even my bearded friends of late are no strangers to cameras.  Merle and Dino have been playing music together for over 20 years, so it’s no big coup to take their picture.   Hell, I was taking their pictures 20 years ago.  

I don’t create photographic scenes in studios or abstract tableaux.  I don’t recruit models and shoot them around town.  When I take someone’s portrait, I don’t even tell them what to do.  I’m about as passive as a photographer can get.  When I’m taking pictures of buildings and bridges, the architect and construction crews have already done all the hard work.  I’m just coming along to exploit their creation.  The same goes for nature.  I didn’t wait millions of years for that mountain range to push up from the ground, I just drove by and took a few shots from the side of the road.  

So that’s why I have such little regard for myself as an artist.  I’m not going above and beyond anybody else in design, concept, or execution.  Anybody can do this (and a lot of people do), so if anybody can do it, how special does that make me?  

Not very — I’m just another guy with a camera.


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RIP GG Allin

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RIP GG Allin


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GG Allin

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GG Allin



Laverne Cox dancing during Beyonce’s VMA performance is everything!

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gracefthannah:

boys are fucking stupid

rip his fucking head off

…and then shit on his neck forreal

"I’m gay"
NO NO I BOY AND YOU GIRL AND WHEN I SAY JUMP YOU SAY HOW HIGH

the arrogance and entitlement on this one is strong

oh my lord what a twat of a male

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hello mtv welcome to my crib

You know just a dildo on the wall.

where else is the parrot going to sit?

relevant to my interest. 

it’s a cockatiel

thatfunnyblog:

 

hello mtv welcome to my crib

You know just a dildo on the wall.

where else is the parrot going to sit?image

relevant to my interest. 

it’s a cockatiel

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robotgod:

 

Wednesday night in Ferguson. August 20th.

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