Jay had heard that you could buy fake IDs in New York. All that he knew was that you could get them on Canal Street. Jay remembered Sloppy Sullivan showing him the one he’d gotten while on a trip to New York with the Roosevelt High School Jazz Band. 982 more words
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For our Group Field Project we have finally came to the conclusion that we are going to do an instillation. the instillation itself will inhibit a space and make the person inside the space feel a certain way our restrictions we are going to apply to the instillation is that the art piece itself is one on one creating a more personal response for the user. 58 more words
Vice Magazine’s David Schilling has labelled the Black Community of Portland “Racist” for not allowing a Trader Joe’s into the neighbourhood.
Trader Joe is a white people’s store. 876 more words
Warning: I’ve been reading Vice Magazine since I was in High School, so nostalgia and brand loyalty will probably bias my opinion. Vice’s predilection for fringe culture, weird news, and a hipster aesthetic appealed to the embarrassing “I’m-more-cultured-than-all-of-you-idiots” phase in my teens. 270 more words
The deal with growing up is that you’re learning how to do stuff for yourself by yourself. First you learn how to go number two in the toilet, then you learn how to get on the school bus, then you learn how to say fuck you school bus and skateboard to class. 95 more words