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4th August 1934 : Woman in a light bulb
Curated by Amanda Uren
“Marian Holmes knelt inside the glass of a 100,000-watt incandescent bulb to be exhibited by the Westinghouse Company at the World Fair in Chicago. She held a 60-watt bulb for comparison. The caption noted that the bulb “must be strong enough to withstand a crushing strain of 40,000 pounds.”“
Louis Icart “Smoke” “Fumee” Drypoint Etching
Let’s continue this conversation in bed, she whispered, my legs can’t wait to hear what your hands have to say. — Michael Faudet
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Army Of Darkness (1992)
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Trashy Thing-photo by Haase
But she did look back, and I love her for that, because it was so human. — Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five (via quotethat)
When my pops tells me the medicine in the cabinet is still good with an expiration date of 2003…
Illustration by Coles Phillips
Life, December 1926
the merkwelt (German: Merkwelt, meaning “way of viewing the world”, “peculiar individual consciousness”) is a concept in robotics, ethology and biology that describes a creature or android’s capacity to view things, manipulate information and synthesise to make meaning out of the universe. In biology, for example, a shark’s merkwelt for instance is dominated by smell due to its enlarged olfactory lobes whilst a bat’s is dominated by its hearing, especially at ultrasonic frequencies.
Beautiful vintage smile.