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afro-dominicano:

thanks to gentrification, they’re starting to push out / evict tenants who can’t pay the steeping rent prices, myself included. so I made this gofundme in hopes to save something for the eventual eviction or just to keep up with rent if we don’t get evicted. any contribution would help, thank you.

shinjisrighthand:

I need a hairdo redo asap

likeafieldmouse:

Gerold Miller - Monoform (2014)

Me: I love popular movies!
Haters: you know nothing about cinema, you just like the popular stuff
Me: I love unpopular movies!
Haters: what do you think you're special or something? snob!

bryarly:

thatzak:

fizzylimon:

pjcalamity:

I thought it’d be interesting to try the “I Write Like…” site (http://iwl.me/) but to see how much style changes from year-to-year from piece-to-piece. All of these were fiction. The top is a piece called Cradlesong, the middle is the first chapter of Twisted, and the bottom is Red Bound. The first two are fantasy. The last two are first-person. Cradlesong started in high school and I haven’t touched it since 2009, Twisted started in 2011 and Red Bound was written in…2012? Yes.

In theory one could paste a bunch of excerpts and get a more accurate reading, but eh. This of course also isn’t any indication of how good the pieces are/I am. Though I am a little surprised and happy about the last one, though all three are cool.

PJ, please, with all due respect, I am rather displeased that you piqued my curiosity and would appreciate reparations of one sort or another.

I got Cory Doctorow three times, David Foster Wallace three times, and H.P. Lovecraft once.

I got Arthur Clarke and Jack London. 

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cinemasavage:

Switchblade Sisters (Dir. Jack Hill, 1975)

"You don’t owe people the person you used to be. You don’t have to talk to people who are speaking to the old you. If they want to drag old you out, and you’ve already left that person behind, they don’t get to talk to you. When you’ve gone from weakness to strength, you don’t owe a show of your former self to someone who just can’t wrap their head around your change."
- Dig Yourself (via offfme)

soltreis:

"At the same time that I’d lost something, something new had also taken root deep within me as a runner. And most likely this process of one thing exiting while another comes in had produced this unfamiliar runner’s blues."

- Haruki Murakami, from What I Talk About When I Talk About Running

saraandreasson:

Dying dandy, 2014
(Work in progress)