Ivor Cutler (January 15, 1923 – March 3, 2006) was a Scottish poet, songwriter and humorist. He became known for his regular performances on BBC radio. He gained popularity playing songs where he would often accompany himself on either a piano or the harmonium. Cutler was a noted eccentric, dressing in a distinctive style including plus-fours and hats adorned with many badges, travelling mainly by bicycle and often communicating by means of sticky labels printed with "Cutlerisms."…
Joe Arpaio hired a child-sex offender for armed “posse”
Joe Arpaio hired a child-sex offender for armed “posse”. Let’s start with Dominic Boulter, who was convicted for crimes against children, after he began using an online service in early 2005 to meet young girls between 13 and 17 years old. And Jacob Cutler, another member of the group Arpaio organized to “save our kids.” threw his girlfriend to the ground and choked her while trying to sexually assault her in 2008. When she resisted,he allegedly threatened to call police,because he‘has a…
WEBSTA @ travispriceillustration - Thought I’d finish the day with a quick logo remix… this time with Hip Hops super villain MF Doom and the first person shooter game of the same name! #doom #mfdoom #doomsday #hiphop #london #newyork
It's time for another exclusive first look at the 2014 Origami Owl Living Lockets fall launch! This is the brand new Lanyard Locket for stylish professionals Stay tuned for more sneak peeks! Coming August 18th, 2014
Finding Awesome: Love Notes ~~~ After the riots that broke out in Vancouver, a police cruiser downtown is spontaneously plastered with thank you notes and messages of support from every day Vancouverites.
"Badges have traditionally been worn as forms of identification by members of City of London companies. By the 1760s liverymen were showing a reluctance to wear the traditional gown and so badges were introduced. Livery badges were required to gain entry to the Common Hall, or assembly, at the Guildhall. The badge also conferred on the wearer social status and protection. This badge was worn by Stephen Boyce, who was awarded his livery by the Cutler's Company in 1795."