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jbinjapan:

Butthole Surfers

jbinjapan:

Butthole Surfers

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cutekittensarefun:

My sister’s calico, Minnie enjoying the colourful evening sun!

cutekittensarefun:

My sister’s calico, Minnie enjoying the colourful evening sun!

nov—-18th:

x09 — you could very well interpret anaconda to have feminist themes about women embracing their body/sexuality in the same you could interpret kanye west’s (earlier) music for having themes related to race/blackness or MIA’s music for having themes about immigrant diaspora. my main argument is not that popular music does not have explicit or implicit political messages. my main question is what is the value of these political undertones in popular music to actually building revolutionary consciousness among workers? a lot of musical artists will sprinkle political messages into their music, but because these songs are funded and produced by media monopolies in an imperialist nation, these political messages are predictably liberal and have little to no effect with regard to challenging hegemony. my interpretation of this phenomenon (pop music with political messages) is that it’s merely a sign that virtually everything can be commodified and now supposedly ‘radical’ ideologies can be sold to us. so for me when i see kanye using black power imagery in his music or any female artist including (liberal) feminist undertones about girl power, i see this as another sign of how oppositional politics (feminism, black power, etc) are becoming further domesticated by capitalism. these political ideologies/movements are being simply reduced to aesthetics for pop musicians to make millions of dollars while capitalism, patriarchy, white supremacy, etc continue with no meaningful challenge. overall, i just fundamentally believe it’s misguided to believe that u.s. popular music given it’s mode of production is a meaningful terrain to even entertain serious discourse about radical/revolutionary politics. sorry this was so long.

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puckish-thoughts:

THERE IT IS AGAIN!  THERE IT FUCKING IS!  i’VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT THIS PHOTO FOR YEARS AND NEVER COULD FIND IT!!  THE LAN PARTY WITH THE GUY DUCT-TAPED TO THE CEILING!!  BACK IN ANCIENT TIMES WHEN PEOPLE STILL USED CATHODE MONITORS AND WHEN COUNTERSTRIKE WAS THE NEW THING.  THIS SHIT IS REAL.  THIS IS REAL SHIT.  SHIT THAT HAPPENED.

puckish-thoughts:

THERE IT IS AGAIN!  THERE IT FUCKING IS!  i’VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT THIS PHOTO FOR YEARS AND NEVER COULD FIND IT!!  THE LAN PARTY WITH THE GUY DUCT-TAPED TO THE CEILING!!  BACK IN ANCIENT TIMES WHEN PEOPLE STILL USED CATHODE MONITORS AND WHEN COUNTERSTRIKE WAS THE NEW THING.  THIS SHIT IS REAL.  THIS IS REAL SHIT.  SHIT THAT HAPPENED.

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ultrafool:

Emil Nolde.

ultrafool:

Emil Nolde.

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Anyone’s personality is just an elaborate defense mechanism. It is just a reaction to the first ‘no’, or the first detachment.

— Marc Maron

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extremeirrelevancy:

This whole “internal gender unrelated to external gender roles that is just an innate something you feel” thing sounds an awful lot like the concept of an immortal soul.

Which I mean like good for you but I don’t have to structure my political analysis around your personal set of ethereal beliefs.

prguitarman:

I want to believe

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She conceived of life as a road down which one traveled, an easy enough road through a broad country, and that one’s destination was there from the very beginning, a measured distance away, standing in the ordinary light like some plain house where one went in and was greeted by respectable people and was shown to a room where everything one had ever lost or put aside was gathered together, waiting.

— Marilynne Robinson, Housekeeping

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