Mad Men - illustration for the Washington Post by The Heads of State
Remember this? Poor-taste botany enthusiastic embroiderers strike again, and if the elderly aren’t safe then the young aren’t even safer. The stitching on the jacket is fine. The reason why it was made is a mystery.
Also, this kid (or tiny man) has a glorious head of hair! Chinese baby food is probably engineered to contain 200% of their daily requirements for super vitamins, which are derived from future science and will help them read better during their toddler years.
Seen in the streets of Hong Kong by Cat Shannahan and Tanner McLaughlin.
A pioneering tie-up between the country’s longest running social investment fund, CAF Venturesome, and Oxford City Council has provided a new charity with the finance necessary to launch in the current climate of funding cuts.
The Council has acted as a guarantor to a £115,000 loan that CAF…
I really liked this when i read it… and then forgot about it :)
Great piece. My favorite part:
Anyone who says he has no idea what these folks are protesting is not being truthful. Whether we agree with them or not, we all know what they are upset about, and we all know that there are investment bankers working on Wall Street getting richer while things for most of the rest of us are getting tougher. What upsets banking’s defenders and politicians alike is the refusal of this movement to state its terms or set its goals in the traditional language of campaigns.
That’s because, unlike a political campaign designed to get some person in office and then close up shop (as in the election of Obama), this is not a movement with a traditional narrative arc. As the product of the decentralized networked-era culture, it is less about victory than sustainability. It is not about one-pointedness, but inclusion and groping toward consensus. It is not like a book; it is like the Internet.