Russian Roulette (Dispatch 72)
A screen shot from Valiant Hearts Perhaps the best war game of 2014 so far involves very little shooting, has a distinct shortage of blood and gore, and never once gives you a bonus for a perfect head shot.
Watch a Grand Piano Burn To a Crisp In Cinematic Slow Motion
RIP UK Hospital Food As We Know It (Hopefully)
Photo by Andoni Lubaki. All other images courtesy of FSA cats. Video footage online shows Syrian government troops massacring cows, killing horses and torturing cats and goats.
Crystal Palace ultras the Holmesdale Fanatics aren't big fans of transfer deadline day In a 2010 radio interview tied to his excellent co-authored book On Kindness, the writer and psychotherapist Adam Phillips suggests that the capitalist system is “for children”, in that it easily exploits our desires.
Yazidi refugees receiving support from the International Rescue Committee (Photo via) As the rolling news reports the latest round of atrocities in the ongoing Iraqi catastrophe, it’s easy to be desensitised to the desperate situation engulfing the Yazidis.
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The Future of Robot Labour Is the Future of Capitalism
Ukraine Border Gateway Seized as War-Weary Locals Pray for Peace
Photo courtesy of Mike Kulich Mike Kulich would like to be known as one of the good pornographers. When "The Fappening" occured on Saturday, it was still being called "Celebgate," and the nude photos of such celebrities as Jennifer Lawrence, McKayla Maroney, and Krysten Ritter were still being called "alleged nude photos." Before they could be authenticated, much of the internet rushed to masturbate rapturously, tweet dumb shit, and then make jokes.
Corallimorphs, from which Coral Morphologic derives its name, are thought to have evolved without skeletons in order to adapt to climate changes.
BEST ALBUM OF THE MONTH FKA TWIGS: LP1 (XL) Sex is everywhere, but nothing feels sexy anymore. These days, most porno flicks look like videotaped pap-smear examinations.
An MEK oath ceremony at Camp Ashraf in Iraq, taken around 2002 by a member who has since left and does not wish to be named.
How We See/Look 1/Daria, 2014, pigment print, 70 x 48 inches, 178 x 122 cm Image courtesy of the artist and Salon 94, New York
The Creators of Emojli: 'Don't Build an App'
For 20 Years Richey Edwards Has Been Painted As A Tortured Artist, But That's Bullshit
It started with a bottle of mezcal (complete with dead, alcoholic worm) delivered to our desks last Thursday.
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