1. cops like anyone else, can be dicks.
2. since cops are dicks, and ask for id and you don’t provide, they will be even bigger dicks. if you’re a dick to a dick the result is then you’re gonna get dicked.

reminds me of asu professor who jay walked and cops asked for id and she refused. both incidents, refused to give id and arrested. ferguson, ‘allegedly’ arrested and refused. lots of other incidents lately, arrested and refused.

my friend was at a baseball game and cops were being dicks cause they were cheering for away team. cops asked for id and they gave to them and they gave them back since can’t do anything. cops are dicks but if you are a dick back, cops are even bigger dicks.


“Lucas handed police his ID, but Watts refused and started walking away from the scene.

'I didn't have the stomach for someone on a power trip when I knew I hadn't done anything wrong,' Watts told Buzzfeed.

That’s when police stopped and handcuffed her, bringing her back to the scene where the couple was questioned. Watts was eventually let go after providing photo ID.”

Phan: so you are providing tips to have a bigger dick?

Neaato: no, cops already dicks. i’m provided tips on how to NOT make cops bigger dicks. stop the dick from growing. by walking away from cop while they are talking to you, you just made them bigger dick. you basically stroked their dick. don’t stroke their dick. let their dick be flaccid.

Hai Ho: So your advice is to stroke a dick just enough so that it doesn’t become too big?

Neaato: no, by stroking the dick, it becomes BIGGER dick. that’s what they want. they want you to walk away, not show id. that strokes their dick. if u just do what you’re told, they get sad. sad dick.

Phan: but everybody wants a bigger dick, right, I assume?

Neaato: yes, but you don’t to be the one that’s getting dicked. first rule of seeing a dick, don’t turn around lol

samspratt:

“Logic - Under Pressure” - Album Cover illustration for Def Jam Recordings by Sam Spratt

I usually don’t like to give much context or explainer for anything I’m illustrating, but this is an exception. When Logic reached out to have me paint the cover art for his debut album under Def Jam (this is the first of 2 covers) he started by just telling me his story.
He grew up in poverty in a very broken home filled with violence, abuse, drugs, his brother dealt crack to his own father, mother was stabbed, he was kicked out of school, out of the house, all by age 17, and when these systems failed him, he turned to his friend to stay in his basement — with a couple others close to him, he sat down and started to write — to make music. He showed me a few grainy low-res photos which was all he had from this basement — enough to look at and see how the room was laid out, but little else. There just wasn’t any sort of documentation of that specific moment/feeling he had there — which despite everything that had happened prior, was a positive and warm memory. So he explained to me this quiet scene in the basement of him reading his recently written lyrics off his phone while his two friends sat there, listened, and the sun started to go down and bleed through the window. He described some of the things that filled this basement like an old thrift store painting of a car, an ugly yellow moth-eaten sofa, perpetually twisted-up window blinds, a stolen street sign, the colors, the materials of the desk, stereo, and speakers, down to some of the stickers that were pasted over it. And then he asked me to recreate that.
So this album cover was about a month worth of researching, sketching, and painting but not for a glitzy portrait like I assumed I’d be doing as rap album art — instead it was piecing together the mood, color, feeling, action, and setting of a very vivid, fairly unexceptional, yet important memory that a camera just never captured. I’ll have more to share in the near future as to how this was made in-depth, the back cover, and the other album artwork we worked on together, but I thought I’d share a bit about what went into this one. When you hear the album, it’ll make even more sense as it has this amazing narrative throughout the whole thing that we worked hard together to sync up on the art side. If you’ve never listened to Logic, here’s a small taste of what to expect on a couple awesome tracks: HERE and HERE with Childish Gambino.
Đỗ Tiên Dung‎ x jeremy lin

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SNEAK PEEK for an upcoming video shoot with the talented @ellipsis_photo!!! #blackandwhite #wakingup #bedroomeyes #sexywhitetee #vietnamese #asianamerican #losangeles #glamour #modellife #isabelledu

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SNEAK PEEK for an upcoming video shoot with the talented @ellipsis_photo!!! #blackandwhite #wakingup #bedroomeyes #sexywhitetee #vietnamese #asianamerican #losangeles #glamour #modellife #isabelledu

The Amazing Race/CBSDennis Hour and Isabelle Du first met while attending Chapman University in Orange.

Perhaps an indicator that an Orange County immigrant community has finally made it is when some members join the casts of network television reality shows—within weeks of one another. Previously we told you about Bri Nguyen of Westminster being part of the new Fox reality show Utopia that debuts Friday night. A Tustin couple who hail from the Vietnamese American and Cambodian American communities will be contestants on The Amazing Race, the perennial Emmy winner that starts its 25th season on CBS Sept. 26.

Bri Nguyen of Westminster Brings Skills and Desires to Fox TV’s “Social Experiment” Utopia

Dennis Hour is Cambodian American but was born in Thailand after his family fled from the Khmer Rouge. The former Disneyland cast member received a bachelor’s in Business Administration, Accounting, Business & Entrepreneurship from Chapman in 2006. He’s now a financial planner for e-commerce company OneStop.

The private Orange university is where Hour met Isabelle Du, but they were just friends for eight years before they got together romantically two and half years ago. She was born and raised in San Jose, where her family settled after the Vietnam War. She became a model who worked with Tresemme, Wet Seal, Mossimo, Coffee Bean, Elle, FHM and Cosmopolitan. She went on to live in Asia for four years, during which she was the the lead in the Vietnamese soap opera The Female Bodyguard.

Here’s their The Amazing Race promo (after a short commercial):

The reality show has created them the hashtag #TheDatingCouple, which rolls into their role as a co-blogging couple on the fashion site myboyfriendsclothes.com. They also have an “official” website: dennisandisabelle.com. And you’ll find the show’s official bios for them here: CBS.com.
Email: mcoker@ocweekly.com. Twitter: @MatthewTCoker. Follow OC Weekly on Twitter @ocweekly or on Facebook!

dennis-hour_and_isabelle-du_the-amazing-race_CBS.jpgThe Amazing Race/CBSDennis Hour and Isabelle Du first met while attending Chapman University in Orange.

Perhaps an indicator that an Orange County immigrant community has finally made it is when some members join the casts of network television reality shows—within weeks of one another. Previously we told you about Bri Nguyen of Westminster being part of the new Fox reality show Utopia that debuts Friday night. A Tustin couple who hail from the Vietnamese American and Cambodian American communities will be contestants on The Amazing Race, the perennial Emmy winner that starts its 25th season on CBS Sept. 26.

Bri Nguyen of Westminster Brings Skills and Desires to Fox TV’s “Social Experiment” Utopia

Dennis Hour is Cambodian American but was born in Thailand after his family fled from the Khmer Rouge. The former Disneyland cast member received a bachelor’s in Business Administration, Accounting, Business & Entrepreneurship from Chapman in 2006. He’s now a financial planner for e-commerce company OneStop.

The private Orange university is where Hour met Isabelle Du, but they were just friends for eight years before they got together romantically two and half years ago. She was born and raised in San Jose, where her family settled after the Vietnam War. She became a model who worked with Tresemme, Wet Seal, Mossimo, Coffee Bean, Elle, FHM and Cosmopolitan. She went on to live in Asia for four years, during which she was the the lead in the Vietnamese soap opera The Female Bodyguard.

Here’s their The Amazing Race promo (after a short commercial):

The reality show has created them the hashtag #TheDatingCouple, which rolls into their role as a co-blogging couple on the fashion site myboyfriendsclothes.com. They also have an “official” website: dennisandisabelle.com. And you’ll find the show’s official bios for them here: CBS.com.

Email: mcoker@ocweekly.com. Twitter: @MatthewTCoker. Follow OC Weekly on Twitter @ocweekly or on Facebook!

Me: mom, do they have a saying for Vietnam war? Like “never forget” the Vietnam war.. But in Vietnamese??

Mom: shut up. What u want ??


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Kim: I just asked my mom for you. She says people also say “never forget.” And also call it “một ngày đau thương của Nước Mỹ.”

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"The advice I like to give young artists, or really anybody who’ll listen to me, is not to wait around for inspiration. Inspiration is for amateurs; the rest of us just show up and get to work. If you wait around for the clouds to part and a bolt of lightning to strike you in the brain, you are not going to make an awful lot of work. All the best ideas come out of the process; they come out of the work itself. Things occur to you. If you’re sitting around trying to dream up a great art idea, you can sit there a long time before anything happens. But if you just get to work, something will occur to you and something else will occur to you and something else that you reject will push you in another direction. Inspiration is absolutely unnecessary and somehow deceptive. You feel like you need this great idea before you can get down to work, and I find that’s almost never the case.” -Chuck Close

"The advice I like to give young artists, or really anybody who’ll listen to me, is not to wait around for inspiration. Inspiration is for amateurs; the rest of us just show up and get to work. If you wait around for the clouds to part and a bolt of lightning to strike you in the brain, you are not going to make an awful lot of work. All the best ideas come out of the process; they come out of the work itself. Things occur to you. If you’re sitting around trying to dream up a great art idea, you can sit there a long time before anything happens. But if you just get to work, something will occur to you and something else will occur to you and something else that you reject will push you in another direction. Inspiration is absolutely unnecessary and somehow deceptive. You feel like you need this great idea before you can get down to work, and I find that’s almost never the case.” -Chuck Close

#scottpilgrim girl and #gorillaz producer make an album

#scottpilgrim girl and #gorillaz producer make an album

I call it tower of ramen #denverbotanicalgardens

I call it tower of ramen #denverbotanicalgardens

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