retrogasm:

George Petty

retrogasm:

George Petty

I feel this hard.

I feel this hard.

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Second school update. I caught feelings for this french guy but then I fucked our dorms drug dealer and the french guy doesn’t like me anymore. I’m not sure if the dealer does either but he’s a really nice guy. oh dear. 

meowbox:

Circle Squared 

meowbox:

Circle Squared 

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yumuseum:

FAT DRACULA? This German postcard from the early 1900’s depicts a hunched over Jewish garment worker having his blood sucked out of the back of his neck. The winged man represents, not Dracula, but rather the life-sucking disease tuberculosis. Rampant in the early 1900’s, tuberculosis was particularly prevalent among underprivileged classes and in over-crowded work spaces, such as the over-stuffed garment shops across Manhattan (think the Triangle Shirtwaist fire).The recent tragic collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh has brought new attention to the old, international plight of garment workers. A worldwide, century-long effort to fight TB has been somewhat effective, yet millions still die yearly as a result of inhumane labor conditions. Lets hope that the renewed efforts to make garment factories safer will come to fruition sooner.
Ephraim Moses Lilien, Garment Worker Sickened by Tuberculosis, Berlin, Germany. Collection of the Yeshiva University Museum. 2002.169

yumuseum:

FAT DRACULA?

This German postcard from the early 1900’s depicts a hunched over Jewish garment worker having his blood sucked out of the back of his neck. The winged man represents, not Dracula, but rather the life-sucking disease tuberculosis. Rampant in the early 1900’s, tuberculosis was particularly prevalent among underprivileged classes and in over-crowded work spaces, such as the over-stuffed garment shops across Manhattan (think the Triangle Shirtwaist fire).

The recent tragic collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh has brought new attention to the old, international plight of garment workers. A worldwide, century-long effort to fight TB has been somewhat effective, yet millions still die yearly as a result of inhumane labor conditions. Lets hope that the renewed efforts to make garment factories safer will come to fruition sooner.


Ephraim Moses Lilien, Garment Worker Sickened by Tuberculosis,
Berlin, Germany. Collection of the Yeshiva University Museum. 2002.169

Anonymous asked - "Hey! I love your blog so much! I was thinking of transferring to concordia next year. Do you really like it? Is it fun?also is grey nuns a nice residence to stay at?"

Hey! Concordia is incredible. I can tell you more but message me off of anonymous.

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Photo’s done by my beautiful friend kurt at my beautiful school in Montreal. 

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