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Mad As Hell is a place + thing of meaningful nothingness composed by some folks [E+R]. We aren't always 'mad as hell', per se, but we thoroughly enjoy the phrase. There are plenty of words + phrases + punctual marks + things + places that we think are important . . .
But they also probably are not.

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Dana E. Connors/The Rion Rose Chioke Nassor
My M.O.
Timo Ellis
Sean Ono Lennon
Jordan Galland

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Minsoo ARC
LTL
MIT Vaulters

Big Bone Gourmet (Dog Food)
Kochinitos
Lelet
Lelet NY
Etsy - Lelet NY
Etsy - little noun
Etsy - Sealmaiden

Bushwick BK
Brokelyn
CNVERGE Blog
Lelet Blog
Salvage Fashion/Adam Au

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17 May 10
Making fun of nature/Making nature fun - My friend Laura Stedenfeld says:
It really is not Eyjafjallajokull’s fault that humans are awful.  Planes were grounded, people stranded, food stocks spoiled, and land was  destroyed- maybe he should send us an apology? No way, it’s our  problem. Our bro Eyjafjallajokull has been on this turf way longer than  we have, and he really shouldn’t have to fret about the fact that people  like zooming around the sky in tin tubes or eating Kenyan sugar snap peas.
As Jackson Pollock once eloquently stated, “I AM nature,  put up or shut up.” It’s time we stop having the man vs. nature mindset  with every earthquake, volcano explosion, flood, or drought that  occurs. Our environment has compromised enough- maybe it’s our turn to  change the way we do things.
If you click on the photo you can check out more of her photoshopping skills.

Making fun of nature/Making nature fun - My friend Laura Stedenfeld says:

It really is not Eyjafjallajokull’s fault that humans are awful. Planes were grounded, people stranded, food stocks spoiled, and land was destroyed- maybe he should send us an apology? No way, it’s our problem. Our bro Eyjafjallajokull has been on this turf way longer than we have, and he really shouldn’t have to fret about the fact that people like zooming around the sky in tin tubes or eating Kenyan sugar snap peas.

As Jackson Pollock once eloquently stated, “I AM nature, put up or shut up.” It’s time we stop having the man vs. nature mindset with every earthquake, volcano explosion, flood, or drought that occurs. Our environment has compromised enough- maybe it’s our turn to change the way we do things.

If you click on the photo you can check out more of her photoshopping skills.

Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh