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Coyamito Agate Pseudomorph | ©Uwe Reier
Rancho Coyamito Norte, Mexico (2013).
Pseudomorphs in agate are quite rare but do occur in nodular agates from various locations, usually as a calcite or aragonite replacement. 


Coyamito Agate Pseudomorph©Uwe Reier

Rancho Coyamito Norte, Mexico (2013).

Pseudomorphs in agate are quite rare but do occur in nodular agates from various locations, usually as a calcite or aragonite replacement. 

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September 1, 2014

Did I just get yelled at for saying I payed for my own gas?

I’m sorry i’m willing to pay my expenses because I want to take responsibility? Next i’ll tell you I’m going to be looking for possible jobs this week and you’ll like break my door out of anger.

Chill the fuck out. PLEASE. I literally said “I have enough gas for tomorrow and I can pay to fill it when it’s low this time around. Don’t worry about it.” and all hell breaks lose. Can you please re-think how you address people? 

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Reblog this if I can vent to you? Like completely skip all the awkwardness and just start talking to you.

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September 1, 2014

Thank god I was out all day.

The second I get home it’s just yelling that’s started from hours of passive aggression and doesn’t end until somebody who isn’t me leaves the house.

They don’t fight often. Just at random. But when they do, it can last for months. 

And for those months I can’t leave my room without being pigeonholed into taking somebodies side. That always makes things better. Not.

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旅立ちの空 by Rella // Odaiba Day ‘14

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旅立ちの空 by Rella // Odaiba Day ‘14

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Stained Glass and Mirrors by BespokeGlass

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In the second chapter of his book Symbolic Logic (1892), C.L Dodgson, whose everlasting name is Lewis Carroll, wrote that the universe consists of things which can be ordered by classes and that one of these is the class of the impossible. He gave as an example the class of things which weigh more than a ton and that a boy is able to levitate. If they don’t exist, if they were not part of our happiness, we would say that the books of Alice [Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There (1871)] and correspond to this category. In effect, how to conceive a work that is not less delightful and inviting than The Arabian Nights and that is likewise a plot of paradoxes of logical and metaphysical order? Alice dreams of the Red King, who is dreaming of her, and someone warns her that if the King awakens, she will go out like a candle, because she is no more than a dream of the King that she is dreaming. In regard to this reciprocal dream that well could have no end, Martin Gardner recalls a certain fat woman, who painted a thin female painter, who painted a fat female painter that painted a thin female painter, and so on to infinity.


The layers of meaning embedded in representations of the human form and the complex relationship between the dialectics of the viewer and the object are at the core of the works in a Secret Affair: Selections from the Fuhrman Family Collection. The exhibition takes its name from Secret Affair (Gold), 2007, a stainless-steel sculpture by the Scottish artist Jim Lambie comprising the outline of an oversized keyhole placed incongruously in the landscape on the grounds of Laguna Gloria.  In this work, a simple framing device becomes an Alice in Wonderland portal to a secret garden, an irresistible invitation to what lies beyond and a metaphor for the infinite possibilities that exist between the corporeal and the abstract.

Text Citation:  Top: An excerpt from Jorge Luis Borges’s preface to the Spanish translation of the works of Lewis Carroll’s (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) published in 1976. For more, click here.  Bottom:  An excerpt from “The Subversive Body,” an essay by Heather Pesanti, included in the catalogue accompanying the exhibition A Secret Affair: Selections from the Fuhrman Family Collection, on view at  The Contemporary Austin from May 3 – August 24, 2014. For more information, click here.

Image Credits: Left: Installation view of Jim Lambie’s Secret Affair, 2008, at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Scotland. Right: Installation view of Jim Lambie’s Secret Affair (in the trees), 2007, part of the exhibition Reconstruction #2, Sudeley Castle, Cheltenham, United Kingdom.

August 31, 2014

Kill me pls.

If gas wasn’t expensive, i’d be gone. Idek where. But i know i wouldn’t be home. Not today.

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I literally overcame self esteem issues by making ironically over-arrogant claims because even if you’re joking about something a lot you start to believe it and that can totally work in a good way if you let it

They’ve done studies and the “fake it till you make it” mindset actually works and if you keep up a mantra you come to believe it after a time. It actually is how I came to really love myself.

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