Klinn's stuff and nonsense

 Dr Harry Coover to the rescue…Again.

I cut the top of my finger to the bone yesterday whilst unsuccessfully attempting multitasking, playing the bass guitar, listening to a play on the radio, preparing and cooking food and fixing my gas central heating system, to cut a long story short…. after noticing blood was leaving my person at the same rate as my pulse was pulsing, I ran around the house to find some medical equipment, of course the only thing to use was florally scented disinfectant, salt and super glue, with a mixture of all three I stemmed the blood flow and fixed my finger, 

Cheers Harry Coover for saving me again.

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if you know a man, don’t let him multitask near you, it could get out of control, especially in a kitchen.

Australians for coal 2014 with their new policy.

thenationmagazine:

Like the missing Malaysia Airlines flight, democracy in the US seems to have gone off the map entirely.
-Tom Tomorrow

photographer and travel guide Asher Svidensky came across something he’d never seen before: a girl training to be an eagle hunter.

also hear Asher on the World Service below

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01wztnh

and his website here

http://www.svidensky.com/

I must apologise to Justin Dingwall for abusing his photographic work but I couldn’t resist joining these  photos together.
Thanda Hopa by Justin Dingwall.

I must apologise to Justin Dingwall for abusing his photographic work but I couldn’t resist joining these  photos together.

Thanda Hopa by Justin Dingwall.

Aww, thats my baby boy :P 

soundcheckradio:

Watch the rising Syracuse hardcore band Perfect Pussy play a short, ferocious three-song set in the Soundcheck studio and hear an interview with the band.

WoW! That was crazy, but I love it, I think the bass player needs to check his instrument, I think it has a bit of fret buzz  :P 

a little light reminiscence makes one breath deeply …….. YUM!

impermanent-art:

J. Dilla donut by @lucasraynaud. Part of the Creativity Heals fundraiser at @labartlosangeles. ______________________________ #lucasraynaud #jdilla #donut #doughnut #hiphop #rapper #labart #labartgallery #creativityheals #ch4 #art #laart #streetart #fineart #losangeles (at Lab Art Los Angeles)

I love street art, J Dilla and I have Raynauds syndrome, this was made for me!

impermanent-art:

J. Dilla donut by @lucasraynaud. Part of the Creativity Heals fundraiser at @labartlosangeles.
______________________________
#lucasraynaud #jdilla #donut #doughnut #hiphop #rapper #labart #labartgallery #creativityheals #ch4 #art #laart #streetart #fineart #losangeles (at Lab Art Los Angeles)

I love street art, J Dilla and I have Raynauds syndrome, this was made for me!

officialnofitstatecircus :

Lisa Angberg in Noodles, 2013

NoFit State was founded in 1986 by five friends. During a politically charged time, in a recession, and as a creative reaction to the world around them, the circus was born.
Twenty-five years later NoFit State still believes that the total outweighs the sum of the parts. The company lives together, works together, eats together, laughs and cries together – travelling in trucks, trailers and caravans and living and breathing as one community. This is what creates the spirit that is NoFit State and gives the work its heart and soul.
Contemporary circus combines live music, dance, stage design, text, and film with traditional circus skills. It is rooted in the travelling community who turn up, pitch a tent, drum up an audience, and then leave with only flattened grass and a memory to show they were ever there. The circus are the strangers who live amongst us – and if we run away to join them we are throwing off our inhibitions, our conventions, the rules of settled society. We are taking to the road knowing that there is no destination - only a journey.
Today, NoFit State is the UK’s leading large-scale contemporary circus company, producing professional touring productions and a wide variety of community, training, and education projects for people of all ages.
Over the last five years NoFit State’s touring productions have visited 15 different countries, played to audiences of over 250,000, have been critically acclaimed and won numerous prestigious international arts awards.
http://www.nofitstate.org/

officialnofitstatecircus :

Lisa Angberg in Noodles, 2013

NoFit State was founded in 1986 by five friends. During a politically charged time, in a recession, and as a creative reaction to the world around them, the circus was born.

Twenty-five years later NoFit State still believes that the total outweighs the sum of the parts. The company lives together, works together, eats together, laughs and cries together – travelling in trucks, trailers and caravans and living and breathing as one community. This is what creates the spirit that is NoFit State and gives the work its heart and soul.

Contemporary circus combines live music, dance, stage design, text, and film with traditional circus skills. It is rooted in the travelling community who turn up, pitch a tent, drum up an audience, and then leave with only flattened grass and a memory to show they were ever there. The circus are the strangers who live amongst us – and if we run away to join them we are throwing off our inhibitions, our conventions, the rules of settled society. We are taking to the road knowing that there is no destination - only a journey.

Today, NoFit State is the UK’s leading large-scale contemporary circus company, producing professional touring productions and a wide variety of community, training, and education projects for people of all ages.

Over the last five years NoFit State’s touring productions have visited 15 different countries, played to audiences of over 250,000, have been critically acclaimed and won numerous prestigious international arts awards.

http://www.nofitstate.org/