1. 21:55 25th Sep 2014

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    party

    party

     
  2. 18:17

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    Reblogged from elle-eeee

    elle-eeee:

    I’m sitting on a train (the redone BART cars with hard floors and vinyl seats and that recently processed plastic smell). Everyone is staring into phones or space and there’s a new mix of perfume and colognes mixed with the day’s sweat after each stop in downtown San Francisco.

    I never thought…

    good

     
  3. 22:24 24th Sep 2014

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    Franz Wright from Kindertotenwald

    Franz Wright from Kindertotenwald

     
  4. 19:03 21st Sep 2014

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    Reblogged from lefttheprairie

    lefttheprairie:

sophrosune:

drunkaunt:

I’m such a hand turkey.

shrimp cocktail. yep. 

THIS BAT

oh my god I’m such a bag

    lefttheprairie:

    sophrosune:

    drunkaunt:

    I’m such a hand turkey.

    shrimp cocktail. yep. 

    THIS BAT

    oh my god I’m such a bag

    (Source: shitthesignssay)

     
  5. 21:25 16th Sep 2014

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    Tags: words

    I will fall into words and never come out,

    but this is a lie, because we all have to come out.

    tonight I used the shrug emoticon to respond to someone arguing that capitalism is good, his primary point was that we all benefit from it, so how could we criticize it.

    there are days I can argue with men who look like me, and there are days I can only shrug and pray for the day of the pits to come,

    and yes, this is to my therapist, I do have to apologize for these things

     
  6. 20:35

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    by Hollie Hardy from How to Take a Bullet.

    by Hollie Hardy from How to Take a Bullet.

     
  7. 14:44 14th Sep 2014

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    Reblogged from elsangito

    elsangito:

    we’re a large autonomous collective DIY space for music and art in Los Angeles that used to play large-scale shows but we require the absurdly expensive entertainment permits necessary to not get shut down like so many other cool independent spaces here do. take a minute to vote for this rad project, the USA needs more all-ages venues and cooperative spaces to ensure that we have a thriving community-based scene out here. we’re currently in #3 and voting ends Tuesday at noon, so we appreciate any signal boosts on this we can get! we’ve been in first place in moments and i know we can do it again! 

    Please please please vote. Good people doing a good thing.

     
  8. 09:56 13th Sep 2014

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    "The best was having nothing. No hope. No name in the throat. And finding the breath in you, the body, to ask." Tracy K. Smith from Life on Mars.

    "The best was having nothing. No hope. No name in the throat. And finding the breath in you, the body, to ask." Tracy K. Smith from Life on Mars.

     
  9. 15:47 12th Sep 2014

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    Reblogged from shakyhands

    politicalmachine:

    it is important for feminist-minded men to actively analyze their own presence, words, and actions to ensure that they are not making the women around them feel uncomfortable or unsafe

    more than important, it’s necessary for us to do this to even begin considering ourselves feminist-minded

     
  10. 17:44 3rd Sep 2014

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    Reblogged from awkwardladiesclub

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    awkwardladiesclub:

I read the comments today. I’m in a bad mood, and I think the rest of these prints should leave my house and go hang on walls since I’m no good at taking my own advice. I dropped the price to $2 + shipping. 

Important

    awkwardladiesclub:

    I read the comments today. I’m in a bad mood, and I think the rest of these prints should leave my house and go hang on walls since I’m no good at taking my own advice. I dropped the price to $2 + shipping

    Important

     
  11. 23:15 31st Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from index-rerum

    It now lately sometimes seemed like a kind of black miracle to me that people could actually care deeply about a subject or pursuit, and could go on caring this way for years on end. Could dedicate their entire lives to it. It seemed admirable and at the same time pathetic. We are all dying to give our lives away to something, maybe. God or Satan, politics or grammar, topology or philately- the object seemed incidental to this will to give oneself away, utterly. To games or needles, to some other person. Something pathetic about it. A flight-from in the form of a plunging-into. Flight from exactly what? These rooms blandly filled with excrement and meat? To what purpose? This was why they started us here so young: to give ourselves away before the age when the questions why and to what grow real beaks and claws. It was kind, in a way. Modern German is better equipped for combining gerundives and prepositions than is its mongrel cousin. The original sense of addiction involved being bound over, dedicated, either legally or spiritually. To devote one’s life, plunge in. I had researched this. Stice had asked whether I believed in ghosts. It’s always seemed a little preposterous that Hamlet, for all his paralyzing doubt about everything, never once doubts the reality of the ghost. Never questions whether his own madness might not in fact be unfeigned. Stice had promised something boggling to look at. That is, whether Hamlet might be only feigning feigning.
    — DFW, from Infinite Jest (via index-rerum)
     
  12. 22:27 27th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from lisahanawalt

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    lisahanawalt:

A Hole in the Ground

very relevant to my recent interest in hiding in a hole.

    lisahanawalt:

    A Hole in the Ground

    very relevant to my recent interest in hiding in a hole.

     
  13. 21:41 17th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from sassyfontaine

     
  14. 00:11

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    Reblogged from herestodaysstupiddealoftheday

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    IT IS NOT OKAY
IT IS NEVER OKAY

    IT IS NOT OKAY

    IT IS NEVER OKAY

    (Source: yvov)

     
  15. 18:35 15th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from seibei

    seibei:

    Welcome to my new weekly feature where I have cool artists and friends who happen to wear SEIBEI talk about themselves.

    SEIBEI PROFILES - Merritt Kopas

    Who are you and what do you do?

    1. I’m merritt kopas (dire dire deer) and I make videogames. Most of my games aren’t about dudes shooting other dudes! They’re about like, being alone on an alien planet and getting some peace and quiet, or like, hugging people and changing the world. I think games have all kinds of potential that we’re only just starting to tap! I also write and talk about games and play whenever people give me the chance and I just started making electrotwee music under the name Side Pony of the Month Club.

    What is your favorite SEIBEI tee?

    2. BARA FANTASY is my fav that I wear on a regular basis. I like the design work and also it’s one of those t-shirts that’s like, a secret code, only instead of being like ‘oh, you also know about nerd culture’ it’s like ‘ah, you are also an admirer of burly homoeroticism.’ This one time years ago a barista heard my name as ‘Bara’ and wrote that on my drink and it was maybe the best thing that’s ever happened to me? I was also super lucky to get Michael DeForge’s CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE in a three ghosts pack. It ended up being a little tight on me so I made a sick backpatch out of it.

    What are you working on now?

    3. I’m editing a book called VIDEOGAMES FOR HUMANS that’s an anthology of games made in Twine and I’m really stoked about it! We’re collecting all these works of interactive fiction and then having other game makers, writers, and designers play through them and write commentary, so you’ll sort of get to look over these really rad people’s shoulders as they play through some super important and compelling games made by a really wide range of folks. It’s gonna rule and everyone should definitely get over to Instar Books to read more about it and the other projects they’re working on.

    merritt kopas’ website

    merritt on twitter

    good thing, this