For three years there has been a hole in the Internet.
Sometimes, sporadically, my thoughts, interests, and feelings seep out of that hole.
For some reason, 90 people or facsimiles of people still observe that hole.
Thanks.
I’m not sure why you follow this blog, but I’m glad you do.

When people say having a father figure is important I wonder:
Is it about the terrible jokes?
Cause kids can get that from any form of media directed at them, without a ‘father figure’
So it must be the “ignoring the second episode of the fifth season of a show that you’ve never watched and then being surprised when the shocking revelation at the end of the episode is difficult to explain easily”
Do kids really need to grow up learning how to explain their TV shows to people who won’t pay attention to the actual show?
Is this a useful skill in life?

Science fiction is for the marginalized […] It’s a place for criticism of established norms. As a genre, it’s such a beautiful place to build worlds outside of the patriarchy, and outside of the mainstream. http://thump.vice.com/words/black-to-the-future-electronic-musics-sci-fi-roots (via kindness-prevails)

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springald-jack:

20th-century-man:

SAS stewardess Birgitta Lindman examines a showgirl’s costume after rumors of shorter skirts for air hostesses / photo by Harry Todd, January 12, 1959.

There’s a lot going on in this photo, and if the caption is accurate, much of it makes no sense. 

springald-jack:

20th-century-man:

SAS stewardess Birgitta Lindman examines a showgirl’s costume after rumors of shorter skirts for air hostesses / photo by Harry Todd, January 12, 1959.

There’s a lot going on in this photo, and if the caption is accurate, much of it makes no sense. 

notpulpcovers:

The Limitless Arsenal Of Science

notpulpcovers:

The Limitless Arsenal Of Science

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admirall-halsey:

alekzmx:

a whole buch of Guys with Cats

Sorry but the black cat’s face is too much for me

Am I the only one who sees that sphinx cat and it looks like “shhh, human. I eat you now” because that’s all I see.

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Over a week ago I got tagged by geekgirlsmash for one of those “shuffle all, 20 songs, no skipping, tag 10 more people” things.
I’m not gonna tag 10 people, cause I don’t really want to.
But as much as I don’t ever ever ever do the shuffle all thing, I decided I’d finally get around to it. The results may surprise us both, dear reader.
Let’s begin.
(Full disclosure, I skipped two songs. One because there were somehow two copies of the same version of the same song on my device, and the other was a crappy offensive song that was sent to me as a gift by someone that I hadn’t deleted.)

1: One More Circle- Peter Mayer
from the album Million Year Mind
2: Black Mirror- The Arcade Fire
from the album Neon Bible
3: M.A.S.K.- theme from the TV show
4: I Palindrome I- They Might Be Giants
from the album Apollo 18
5: Not the One- The Donnas
from the album Spend The Night
6: Race for the Prize(Remix)- The Flaming Lips
from the album The Soft Bulletin
7: Mickey(Spanish Version)- Toni Basil
from the album Mickey and Other Love Songs: the Very Best of Toni Basil
8: Achilles Last Stand- Led Zeppelin
from the album Mothership (Remastered)
9: Popples- Theme from the TV show
10: Skullcrusher Mountain- Jonathan Coulton
from the album Best. Concert. Ever.
11: Digital Love- Daft Punk
from the album Discovery
12: Endless Fantasy- Anamanaguchi
from the album Endless Fantasy
13: Body- The Presidents of the United States of America
from the album The Presidents of the United Stated of America(10 Year Super Bonus Special a Anniversary Edition)
14: Bed Bed Bed- They Might Be Giants
from the album No!
15: Locked Inside- Janelle Monáe
from the album The ArchAndroid
16: Chiron Beta Prime- Jonathan Coulton
from the album Thing a Week Two
17: Love So Pure- Puffy AmiYumi
from the album Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
18: Blah Blah Blah (feat. 3OH!3)- Ke$ha
from the album Animal + Canibal (Deluxe Edition)
19: Manhattan Project- Rush
from the album Chronicles
20: Faithfully-Journey
from the album Journey’s Greatest Hits