Ive been recently obsessed with anything that will age and only get better with time, anything that will develop a patina, things that may out last you… is it wrong to be interested in things that take years of careful care and dedication to become beautiful and unique to you and only you? To be proud of a product that is truly all your own?
Transforming something from this :
(source panthermodern from superfuture)
… is amazing to me.
Mike Rowe is correct, to the CNN anchor’s dismay.
• Income inequality is a natural part of life. There will always be winners and losers; rich and poor; sick and healthy, etc, etc
• There is a thing in America called economic mobility. It’s where you can move up in life (with or without a degree) as well as move down in life. There is nothing holding you back but yourself.
• Because there is mobility in America, there is no class structure. “Middle class” is a political talking point. There is no middle class in America. You can look and look for a precise definition, but you will never find it. And at the same time, being “poor” is only a relative term.
#FBF 1989 On a Florida Coach Tour Bus in the middle of the US somewhere, Doing Security for #GLENDANZIG This pic Says a lot. I think it shows the Real us. Just a 30 year old Punk Singer and his 20 year old Bodyguard giving the camera the finger sitting next to each other for miles on the road. Probably talking about Comics, Frazetta or Frank Miller, Mike Ploog or Simon Bisley. Such Great times and a great way to come of age… #ComicBookGeeks #MarvelSpotlight5 #PicByEerieVon #Danzig #Samhain #Misfits #jessejames #WhenDeathHadNoName