David: You look too young to have gone to medical school.
Reid: They’re PhDs. Three of them.
David: What are you, a genius or something?
Reid: I-I don’t believe that intelligence can be accurately quantified, but I do have an IQ of 187, an eidetic memory and can read 20,000 words per minute.
Reid: Yes I’m a genius. 

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The Tea Party vs. The House Speaker

John Boehner has a primary challenger. Tea Party activist David Lewis announced his candidacy for Ohio’s 8th congressional district Friday. He will challenge House Speaker John Boehner for his current seat.

From the Cincinnati Enquirer:

“I’m not delusional. I don’t know if I have a chance at beating the Speaker of the House,” Lewis said Friday. “But what I can do is show the Ohio voters that Boehner has a box full of empty rhetoric. He doesn’t really vote for his convictions. He’s an establishment Republican. He doesn’t believe in the tea party. He doesn’t really believe in the pro-life issues.”

Lewis says he’s running against Boehner with one particular issue in mind: abortion. His stance on Planned Parenthood? He calls the organization “the largest killer of unborn babies in America.” And yes, that is a photo of a fetus on his website’s homepage.

What we should be really calling them
  • JJ:Hot tamale
  • Emily:What a babe !!!
  • Penelope Garcia:Pure innocent beauty aka human rainbow
  • Hotch:Sexy boss-man
  • Spencer Reid:The Adorable Mess™
  • Derek Morgan:Chocolate thunder
  • David Rossi:Italian Stallion- Father of sass
  • Jason Gideon:Crazy bird guy
  • Elle Greenaway:The Adorable Mess's™ sassy older sister
  • Alex Blake:"Smarter-Than-The-Rest" (except for The Adorable Mess™)
  • Kate Callahan:Badass/Sweetie combo master
  • Tara Lewis:Perfectly Professional Badass
  • Erin Strauss:Mother of all agents

You  are  the reason 

                                  I can’t control myself   



In Contemporary Architecture, the Section Is the Generator

The following text is excerpted from Manual of Section by Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, and David J. Lewis (Princeton Architectural Press, 2016).

What is a section? In reference to architectural drawing, the term section typically describes a cut through the body of a building, perpendicular to the horizon line. A section drawing is one that shows a vertical cut transecting, typically along a primary axis, an object or building. The section reveals simultaneously its interior and exterior profiles, the interior space, and the material, membrane, or wall that separates interior from exterior, providing a view of the object that is not usually seen. This representational technique takes various forms and graphic conceits, each developed to illustrate different forms of architectural knowledge, from building sections that use solid fill or poche to emphasize the profile of the form, to construction details that depict materials through lines and graphic conventions. In an orthographic section the interior is also described through interior elevations of the primary architectural surfaces, while the combination of a section with a perspective describes in depth the interior as a space, using the techniques of perspectival projection.

  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (1959) Frank Lloyd Wright New York
  • Notre Dame du Haut (1954) ​Le Corbusier Ronchamp, France
  • United States Pavilion at Exo ‘67 (1967) Buckminster Fuller and Shoji Sadao Montreal, Canada 
  • Iberê Camargo Foundation Museum (2008) Álvaro Siza Porto Alegre, Brazil 
  • Rolex Learning Center (2010) SANAA Lausanne, Switzerland 
  • Taichung Metropolitan Opera House (2016) Toyo Ito & Associates Taichung, Taiwan
  • Ford Foundation Headquarters (1968) Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates New York

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