roseywinter
roseywinter
roseywinter
Mar 6 2015
17

You've missed my point. Did you see what I wrote about the tap? I object to the way the artist reduces the totality of conception/gestation/birth to the only bit that matters to men - the vagina. Read more

May 1 2013
5

That guy was very nice to her. He gave her job, didn't fire her when she began showing up at work late or not at all, didn't fire her when he asked her to stop being inappropriate with customers, and didn't fire her when she looked to be intoxicated at work. He gave her chance after chance because she kept begging him Read more

May 1 2013
3

Wow. That is crazy. So let's see how much of that memoir deal money goes to him. She did almost get a few tears out-not quite- but almost, thinking about him.

May 1 2013
2

FatherStorm probably isn't too far off. We used to do this in photography school even as late as 2006. It's the same idea of positioning random objects on top of photo paper and then exposing the paper. The blocks make up the negative space and the rest gets exposed. It's surprising how much clarity you can get from Read more

May 1 2013
8

The ultimate in US whiteness: blame the black man when you want to get out of trouble. She fails to mention that Mr. Lumumba spent two months in prison and lost his thriving business thanks to her. And how does she deny the cartwheel allegations? There is footage of her doing it. Whatever. Read more

May 1 2013
3

... but... this isn't really something you can partake in without your knowledge, right? You need to set it up yourself so it actually has ACCESS to your information, which you presumably would not do unless you knew exactly what it was and what it does to begin with. It's not like picking one up unlocks all your Read more

May 1 2013
1

The Water acted as a lens. If she releases the process, perhaps scientist with better understanding optical physics will figure out something new.

May 1 2013
1

FTA "These are photograms, created with nothing but photo-paper, light, and rain. Instead of a lens focusing light on a frame of film, or digital sensor, a photogram exposes a bare sheet of photo-sensitive paper to light, with objects or materials blocking parts of the paper and thus forming shapes and tones based on Read more

May 1 2013
2

We used to do this in film school back in '83 when we started learning about pinhole cameras. It's mostly patience and practice with a bit of serendipity thrown in.

May 1 2013
2

Yes, it's photography, not rocket science. While the art of the darkroom may be almost lost to the current generation of "photographers", it's not lost on me.

If I were her I wouldn't worry about it too much, not that many people have the equipment to do that these days.

May 1 2013
2

The first photo is the only one distinguishable as rain. Pretty cool regardless.

May 1 2013
2

That first shot just looks like mist collected on a piece of clear plastic or glass covering the photo-sensitive paper.

May 1 2013
2

Just a wild stab, but a rain drop could be used as a lens of sorts. The trick would be the placement of the light relative to the paper and rain.

May 1 2013
2

Why would that matter? If someone tells me they want to kill me, or i walk by someone that is talking with their partner in crime about something they are planning to do, wouldn't it be nice to have that on tape? This is not things that are happening in a room and I drilled a hole in the wall. It is in public, on the Read more

May 1 2013
2

I think there's a big difference between "fixed camera watching everybody all at once" and "wearable camera pointed right at my face recording my every word," especially if one's been assured that those words are NOT being recorded by the person wearing the camera.

May 1 2013
2

You were good on everything you said until the sweeping generalization of "Pretty much every chick out there is wearing Yoga pants now and super low cut tank tops." Read more

Apr 30 2013
2

Considering you know only as much as the least-informed possible "source," I don't think you have enough information to call bullshit on the claim that it's only proactive maintenance, which as someone with depression sounds like a damn good idea if I could afford it. Read more

Apr 30 2013
2

If it is a private facility, you are correct. If it is a state/public facility, then no. There is no therapy provided, just medications. Zeta-Jones is in a place that is more akin to a celebrity detox center or a spa, whereas patients in a state facility are basically in a jail. except that it's a jail where you can Read more