I am Joseph. I do prefer not to be called Joe. I love a girl. I love my friends. I love my family. I love some cats. I love certain uses of light, pigment, form, texture, sound and silence. I even love myself at times. My more recent original work is tagged #original. I hope to inspire creativity, laughter, enlightenment and the unisex version of boners.
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Nintendo Oui

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what the fucking fucky fuck


wtf is this omfg

True ponx

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looking through google for wow stuff and found this lol


looking through google for wow stuff and found this lol


The more I stare at Johnny Cage, the more I see a human head stuffed into a cooked turkey. http://ift.tt/1esRcat


The Museum Of Endangered Sounds

"I launched the site in January of 2012 as a way to preserve the sounds made famous by my favorite old technologies and electronics equipment. For instance, the textured rattle and hum of a VHS tape being sucked into the womb of a 1983 JVC HR-7100 VCR. As you probably know, it’s a wonderfully complex sound, subtle yet unfiltered. But, as streaming playback becomes more common in the US, and as people in developing nations like Canada and the UK get brought up to DVD players, it’s likely that the world will have seen and heard the last of older machines like the HR-7100. And as new products come to market, we stand to lose much more than VCRs.

"Imagine a world where we never again hear the symphonic startup of a Windows 95 machine. Imagine generations of children unacquainted with the chattering of angels lodged deep within the recesses of an old cathode ray tube TV. And when the entire world has adopted devices with sleek, silent touch interfaces, where will we turn for the sound of fingers striking QWERTY keypads? Tell me that. And tell me: Who will play my GameBoy when I’m gone?

"These questions and more led me to the undertaking that is The Museum Of Endangered Sounds…"


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The Families of Flowering Plants by L. Watson and M. J. Dallwitz: Botanical Drawings.

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