Monthly Archives: May 2015

Bob Crane and The Dead Milkmen

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That’s how I was introduced to Bob Crane, a short mention of his name in a Punk Rock song. Mr. Crane is celebrated as one of the first things/person I “searched” for on the internet when dial-up online searches became available. As a photographer and always creeped out by Richard Dawson on FAMILY FUED, the mystery and intrigue of Bob and his death thrilled. What happened!

Don’t fall asleep jealous, stay up and watch Auto Focus (A biography about a photographer who appeared in a sitcom about the Holocaust) with me. Hey, Willem Dafoe is creepy!

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I downloaded a free application for my phone to make pictures look like I opened the camera door before rewinding!

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At least the other images on the roll in my phone weren’t effected so bad, maybe I can Photoshop it to not look like a dumbass?

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If white isn’t a color, than zero isn’t a number.

The trouble here is labeling, white is a pigment and zero is an integer.

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Many agree, white is a color because it reflects color, and that’s just ignorance. If I paint a wall pink, and place blue azaleas in front of it, the pink tone will reflect the indigo hue of the plants and possibly appear lavender. If one paints a wall pink, it’s painted pink, no matter what color reflects from the surface. If I paint a canvas white, I still used white paint, white is the absence of color. However, I’ll refer to white as a pigment, to reduce the number of arguments.

Now, is zero the absence of numbers? Sometime yes, but it wouldn’t be named zero in that situation. Most of the time, it’s an additive identity, a mathematical constant or an ellipses…

Nothing + nothing = nothing, and it’s all up on it like white on rice.

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I’m guessing, if white had a integer and zero had a pigment it would be a patient with a nasty disease.

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