hi, i'm cory. i do ucb comedy stuff & some voice acting. also, i'm a massive music/design/art nerd.

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Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - Pinata


"We are human beings. We deserve to be buried by our children not the other way around. No matter how u felt about black people look at this mother and look at this father and tell me as a human being how u cannot feel empathy for them. How can u not feel sympathy for their pain and loss. These are not ‘THOTS, niggas/niggers, hoes, Ballers, Divas.’ These two people are parents. They are humans that produced a child and loved that child and that child was slaughtered like Game and left face down as public spectacle while his blood drained down the street.
Look at the pain of this mother; look into her eyes. Look at the man behind her. Look at that father made helpless and hurt that he cud not defend his seed. Don’t debate. Don’t insert your agenda. Save me the bullshit Black On Black Crime speech and look at these two Noble creatures called humans and look at what govt-sanctioned murder has done. It has robbed them of their humanity and replaced it with pain and shame, suffering and hurt.”
-Killer Mike on the Mike Brown shooting
in their beastly pose

He’s the man who gave birth to the cool, so it’s only natural that even back in 1959, Miles Davis would be wearing an example of the double-breasted suit that still looks great to this very day. Davis is hitting all the right notes with the pinstripes, the peak lapels, the spread collar-shirt and knit tie… oh man, the list could go on and on. But what really makes this suit so perfect is the bigger picture. Sure, the details are great, but if you take a step back, the whole look comes into focus, and Davis shows us all exactly how a DB suit should fit.
Despite what you might think, the most crucial point here actually isn’t the jacket, but the trousers. Because a double-breasted jacket has a relatively squared-off hem, the cut of the trousers from the waist to the knee is paramount. As Davis illustrates, they shouldn’t be too tight — otherwise it would just look like two toothpicks were sticking out of the bottom of the jacket. Instead, you should go for a fuller cut in the thigh, which keeps all the proportions in check (and prevents unwanted attention around your midsection). The look from the waist down may be predominantly slim these days, but take it from Miles: Sometimes more is just… more.

killing. it.

Carlos Ochagavia - Newton and the Quasi-Apple, 1975.


Henry Lewis-


Captain Murphy - Duality

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