The inevitable, unpleasant side effect of your fabulous friends-or-family Thanksgiving feast is that you will at some point have to bust an enormous dook. Pooping at a public gathering and in a shared restroom is generally a mortifying exercise, made worse by the fact that everyone who uses that bathroom
Dry humping, cock-painting, pole grinding, panty stripping, lap dancing, tampon-sucking, flesh wriggling, limb twisting, knee-slapping, toe-tapping, jaw-dropping. Lewd, lurid, low-brow, exotic, erotic, quixotic, sickeningly saccharine and sweetly sour. A voluptuous, vaudevillian victory—a night of nocturnal naughtiness; frolicking, fucking, fun and flair–every first Thursday of the month in Oakland. Tourettes Without
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Using ‘Art as Direct Action’ residents of the Upper Haight removed a swastika from the streets of San Francisco
Let’s face it: We’re all gonna die. As we’ve seen in recent events, tragedy can unexpectedly strike at any moment. I hate it say it, but the majority of us haven’t thought past what we want to prepare for dinner or who we want to hook up with later, let
Remember back in the 80’s when ‘trading cards’ were kind of a big deal? Back when magazines and VHS ruled the day and Garbage Pail Kids could be found under every child’s bed? Next to a sling shot, some Halloween candy, and an old Playboy with half the pages ripped out?
Whether you’re on-the-go without any paraphernalia or you can’t afford a decent piece of glass right now, there are ways to get high without the classic pieces and by instead making use of regular, everyday items you may find around the house
San Francisco uber-capitalist Warren Hellman – a private equity titan who had been the youngest partner ever at Wall Street powerhouse Lehman Brothers – told me in 2007 that the central struggle of our times was this: “Capitalism won, and now we need to save the world from capitalism.”