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THE BAWDYHOUSE OF SITHWAX

an assemblage of self-indulgent black bananas stolen from more stimulating plebeians utilized by myself in an attempt to project a personality so I can fit into this cerebral cortex juicer
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The Soft Skin (François Truffaut, 1964)

The Soft Skin (François Truffaut, 1964)

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Harold Lloyd uses the hunt and peck method of typing in "Bumping Into Broadway" (1919)

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A member of the French resistance, smiling at a German firing squad in 1944.

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A member of the French resistance, smiling at a German firing squad in 1944.

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Marion Cotillard as Marion Crane for Vanity Fair 2008

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Marion Cotillard as Marion Crane for Vanity Fair 2008

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Hairdryer chair in the Womens’ Wards at Seaview Hospital, one of the most historically significant tubercular sanatoriums in America.  Designed by Raymond Almirall at the beginning of the 20th century, there were originally 8 ward pavilions - 4 for men, 4 for women.  Sadly, the Mens’ Wards were demolished decades ago to make room for an ugly new building on the campus, which is now used as a rehabilitation hospital.  This photograph is from my very first (of many) trips into the Wards, in 2005.

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Hairdryer chair in the Womens’ Wards at Seaview Hospital, one of the most historically significant tubercular sanatoriums in America.  Designed by Raymond Almirall at the beginning of the 20th century, there were originally 8 ward pavilions - 4 for men, 4 for women.  Sadly, the Mens’ Wards were demolished decades ago to make room for an ugly new building on the campus, which is now used as a rehabilitation hospital.  This photograph is from my very first (of many) trips into the Wards, in 2005.

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