entonfire:

I couldn’t help myself.

This may be what I do the next time I’m making an CRPG character.

entonfire:

I couldn’t help myself.

This may be what I do the next time I’m making an CRPG character.

Cuddling Up to My Insomnia

Being kept awake tonight by the fear of economic collapse destroying the veneer of middle class lifestyle I’m currently enjoying.

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70sscifiart:

Computer Space Arcade Ad, 1970.

[Retrowaste]

70sscifiart:

Computer Space Arcade Ad, 1970.

[Retrowaste]

bisexual-community:

Does your partner blame it on your bisexuality?
It could be partner abuse.

Does your partner:

  • get jealous of people in your life regardless of their gender?
  • make fun of you for being bisexual?
  • try to control how you dress or act?
  • force you to choose between being straight or being gay/lesbian?
  • accuse you of cheating or flirting with others?
  • use money or gifts to make you feel like you owe them something?
  • prevent you from being out as bisexual?
  • not respect your safeword?
  • pressure you to have sex in ways that you don’t want to?
  • keep you from going to LGBTQ events?

Abusers may say:

  • "I know I can’t trust you alone with your friends because you’ll sleep with anyone."
  • "You aren’t really part of the LGBTQ community."
  • "If you leave me, I’ll tell your boss that you are bi."
  • "I know that all you bisexuals are just sluts."
  • "You are just confused about your sexuality."
  • If you want to be with me, you have to be a lesbian/gay.” OR "If you want to be with me, you have to be straight."
  • "Don’t tell anyone that you’ve been with men before, that’s disgusting." OR "Don’t tell anyone that you’ve been with women before, that’s disgusting."
  • “I know you are going to leave me for a woman.” OR “I know you are going to leave me for a man.”

Click HERE for pdf document to download

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tastefullyoffensive:

[via]


This is the greatest.

tastefullyoffensive:

[via]

This is the greatest.

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Sliver of sun.

Sliver of sun.

amcinematheque:

BEYOND FEST 

September 25 - October 4 - Egyptian Theatre

15 Los Angeles Premieres! Special Guests Including John Carpenter, Jamie Lee Curtis, Nicolas Winding Refn, Chuck Palahniuk & More!

Presented in association with the American Cinematheque, Amity, Death Waltz Recording Company and Meltdown Comics

BEYOND FEST is Los Angeles’ premier genre film festival, delivering the best horror, sci-fi, fantasy and badass cinema. The programming is globally sourced and composed of a diverse mix of gala premieres, rare repertory screenings, live performances, podcasts, Q&As and special events. Last year’s festival drew more than 7,000 film fans to 18 programs, including screenings with guests such as Clive Barker, Bryan Singer and Richard Donner, and musical performances by Goblin and composer Alan Howarth, and this year’s is going to be even bigger.

This year’s programming by creative collective Amity and the American Cinematheque offers more than 30 different programs, including an appearance by director John Carpenter and star Jamie Lee Curtis with their classic 1978 shocker HALLOWEEN (sold out). The new documentary MY LIFE DIRECTED BY NICOLAS WINDING REFN screens with Refn’s ONLY GOD FORGIVES; a discussion follows with the directors of both films. The Meltdown With Josh and Kumail serves up THE MONSTER SQUAD with director Fred Dekker in person. THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN is a sleepy little burg in Texarkana terrorized by a serial killer; Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s horror reboot is one of several Los Angeles premieres. Dan Gilroy will be on hand to screen and talk about his directorial debut, NIGHTCRAWLER (sold out), while SNOWPIERCER creator Jean-Marc Rochette talks about turning his graphic novel into a dazzling big-screen vision of our dystopian future. Tetsuya Nakashima’s gritty THE WORLD OF KANAKO and Sion Sono’s blood-soaked TOKYO TRIBE are both set in the Japanese underworld. The crime drama HYENA is set in London and screens for free in “The People’s Network Theatre” / Spielberg Theatre, as does horror-comedy SHHHH and documentary FUTURE SHOCK! THE STORY OF 2000AD.

Series also includes HORNS, THE EDITOR, NIGHTCRAWLER, THE CANAL, ABCS OF DEATH 2, THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE, THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL, V/H/S: VIRAL, NORWAY, STARRY EYES, POSSESSION, LOST SOUL: THE DOOMED JOURNEY OF RICHARD STANLEY’S ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU, FIGHT CLUB (sold out) and R100.

Get your tickets now as screenings are selling out.  A screening of the original HALLOWEEN (1978) with Jamie Lee Curtis and John Carpenter in person as well as FIGHT CLUB (1999) with author Chuck Palahniuk and screenwriter Jim Uhls in person sold out fast.

Tickets for the free screenings will be available the day of each show on a first come, first serve basis. Box Office opens 90 minutes before the first program of the day. No vouchers accepted for paid programs.

Series programmed by Amity, Death Waltz Recording Company, Evrim Ersoy, Jeff Goldsmith and Grant Moninger. Program notes by John Hagelston

TICKETS

I’m only going to make it to Horns this year, but it’s a great lineup. Folks in the area should definitely try for some of the free screenings.

ellaguro:

"lost"

ellaguro:

"lost"

ellaguro:

sad tetris

ellaguro:

sad tetris

Fuck, my tea. — me approximately an hour after every time I make tea (via madopiano)

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kayinnasaki:

Literally having someone tell me “BUT YOU’RE A WHITE STRAIGHT MALE. WHAT WILL YOU DO WHEN THE SJWS COME AFTER YOU?!”

I dunno, apologize? Probably did something wrong?

Oh, didn’t do anything wrong, just a bunch of SJWs at my door? Cool come in lets have a pizza party I guess hey what does everyone want to drink

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San Diego from the roof of the St. James.

San Diego from the roof of the St. James.

Waiting for the Surfliner.

Waiting for the Surfliner.