kissdogs:

my dad keeps sending me original performance art pieces

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foodopia:

bow tie pasta primavera with avocado pesto: recipe here

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foodopia:

chocolate chip cookie bailey’s milkshake: recipe here

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phil-anselno:

fuckyou-likethe-devil:

The hardest man in the restaurant business and he uplifts kids

KING

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Nothing is more alienating to anyone unaccustomed to it than hearing one’s own voice played back on a tape recorder. What the apparatus records - what the objectified ‘others’ hear - is not what resonates inside my head when I speak. The recording makes me conscious that I have no true voice. Instead, I have two voices that do not harmonize, that contradict each other: an interior voice and an exterior one. Others never hear me just as I hear myself. Moreover, this splitting of the voice, or opacity of voice to speaker, can never be directly represented. I can never communicate to another person the sound of my inner voice.
Gillian Wearing (via sealegslegssea)
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