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Painful to watch, and (further) evidence of our species' pillaging of our own planet, yet still hypnotic and wonderful. Japanese artist Isao Hashimoto's "1945-1998" is an animated map showing the 2,053 nuclear explosions that took place around the world during... Continue reading
Posted Sep 24, 2010 at FoolishPeople
"Procrastination and perfectionism often go hand in hand. Perfectionists tend to procrastinate because they expect so much of themselves, and they are scared about whether or not they can meet those high standards." Interesting article. It is, of course, bollocks... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2010 at FoolishPeople
Call them art, rap, rave, whatever - Die Antwoord have been bemusing journalists for most of this year with their music and have now announced they are working on a feature length film. Dazed interviewed them a while back here. Continue reading
Posted Sep 12, 2010 at FoolishPeople
Long time collaborator and friend of FoolishPeople's, James Curcio has been interviewed for about his new literary project The Immanence of Myth; "Stories pass through our lives, tying us together with intimate bonds of shared understanding. A framework of... Continue reading
Posted Sep 10, 2010 at FoolishPeople
I've had word from head office. The doves have flown the coup, but the nestlings remain to feed and grow. The combined forces of FP and Weaponized are working steadily on the next phase of this year's assault. I've been... Continue reading
Posted Aug 31, 2010 at FoolishPeople
I couldn't tell you how I stumbled across this project, doubtless through one of the many winding wormholes I seem to fall down between the hours of daylight. iamamiwhoami is an electronic music project, featuring Jonna Lee as lead singer... Continue reading
Posted Aug 27, 2010 at FoolishPeople
Occasionally in life you'll stumble across a being who puts everything in perspective. A looking glass in perfect focus. If you're particularly blessed, it'll happen every few years. For those of you with fortune similar to mine (verging on obsolete)... Continue reading
Posted Jul 27, 2010 at FoolishPeople
British summertime. The perplexing and enchanting period in which this little island shows both it's oldest charms and it's sweatiest ball sacks to the world. Geographically the size of a walnut in comparison to others, Britain has swaggered it's way... Continue reading
Posted Jun 28, 2010 at FoolishPeople
I've had The Church of Good Luck bookmarked for quite some time now, it's a wonderful place in Wauconda, llinois that's dedicated to furthering the theology and technology of Luck. Karma does not exist! The typical conception of karma is... Continue reading
Posted Jun 13, 2010 at FoolishPeople
The Little Black Gallery is a photography gallery that was set up by Tamara Beckwith, Lindsey Carlos Clarke and Ghislain Pascal in November 2008. From the 14th April until the 5th of June this year their Bob Carlos Clarke retrospective,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 6, 2010 at FoolishPeople
*shudders as she remembers what she promised Santiago if he found her rehearsal space...*
Toggle Commented Oct 18, 2006 on 491 Gallery... at FoolishPeople
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ahhh, yes. But pert. Big...but pert. A droopy ass does absolutley nothing for me at all, unless it's an elephant's, their asses are droopy but still uniquely drawing.
Toggle Commented Sep 16, 2005 on The Original 007 at FoolishPeople
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On Par??? More surreal??? Monty Python????? Mr Harrigan you are talking out of your arse again. My jaw has just dropped with such velocity that it's popped out of place again damn you....damn you, damn you. On par with Monty Python indeed, more surreal. I'll tell you whats more surreal; average 'indy' comedy compared to greatest feat of humour in history and coming out on top!! Pah, am at a loss for words. You suck, so does your blog and all that you stand for...and your shoes and your nose and everything else too. Pah, more surreal then Monthy Python indeed. Pah. How is two guys pretending to be goth to pull girls surreal in anyone's book??
Toggle Commented Aug 17, 2005 on The Mighty Boosh at FoolishPeople
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Ah, yes. Opps this was my post whilst rattling around on john's account taking a peek at our hits. So send all the racist hatemail my way and see what happens anus-face.
Toggle Commented Jul 25, 2005 on BNP Founder Dead. at FoolishPeople
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