Someone needs to do this in the East River.
Mermaid is a sculpture created by Oliver Voss on Alster Lake in Hamburg on August 3rd, 2011.
alright, i’ll be that guy:
why is it called mermaid when she has legs?
It’s not called mermaid, the title in German is Die Badende, which translates to “The Bathing Woman” or “The Bather” (feminine).
(Mermaid in German is meerjungfrau, which is pretty awesome, “virgin of the sea.)
I threw out my back and while this might be a great opportunity to reflect on all of the different kinds of physical pain I have had in the last few years—damaged nerves, partial paralysis, appendicitis, neuromas, shattered ankle, muscle spasms, migraines, arthritis, MPS, rotator cuff inflammation, really I just want to die.
i am going to go far under the dirt now
i am going to find god among all the little ants down there and god will be the ants and we will listen to the highway
it is high above us and i will be covered in god
I donated this original Greg Noll board to LACMA, so the South Bay’s contribution to surfboard design would be represented at last year’s Pacific Standard Time (PST) festivities in Los Angeles. Now a long way from it’s original birthplace in Manhattan Beach, the board is part of the traveling PST exhibit, now in Kyoto, headed to Australia….represent.
that’s very cool, Matt.
South Bay represent!
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