oh god i am remembering how disturbing this entire show is NO MORE POSSESSION, MIND LINKS AND SHARED BODIES NO NO

s-sorry

feel free to block #ygo because that’s what i’ll use, unless you’d prefer i specifically tag for possession

wow that cover is seriously disturbing

oh no. oh no. now i’m remembering the time i bragged to a romantic interest about being a descendant of nathaniel bowditch. in fairness he was interested in science and shit (and he actually knew who that was!) but. no. why did i do that

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you know what would be a good name.

james chandelure. it just sounds nice.





too bad the last name’s a pokemon. and not even a good one

i guess i’ll keep publishing under my legal name for now but like. dean bowditch was a cool pen name and i dont think my relatives would have freaked, or if they would have then Fuck Them. james bowditch would just be weird though because that’s my uncle and he died like last year

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someone name me. baptize me motherfuckers

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industrial-illusions:

itstimetodrew:

A collection of Pegasus’ English throughout Duelist Kingdom

I CANNOT GET ENOUGH OF THIS

i’m fckibn

flowersgardenlove:

color Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

flowersgardenlove:

color Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

do you like me or am i just your fetish?
a novel by me (via black—lamb)

small text seems to be an impossibility on tumblr now????

you make it easy : a beginning-to-end fst(10 tracks, 34 minutes, with thanks to wantedplantlife for feedback)
the birth, growth, and death of a parasite love.
listen / cover 

+ gather grass, hear… [loone]+ voices in the sky [the moody blues]+ believing makes it easy [shearwater]+ room a thousand years wide [saint aside]+ setting sun [bidac01]+ strangers [the kinks]+ limits of our love [charlotte martin]+ hundreds of sparrows [sparklehorse]+ i am goodbye [bonnie “prince” billy]+ get lonely [the mountain goats]


we let things go—it could be either way: in the harshnessof a wild, its disarray; or, in the easeof arms, a ripeness comprehending ruin.(“anniversary” by janet kauffman)

you make it easy : a beginning-to-end fst
(10 tracks, 34 minutes, with thanks to wantedplantlife for feedback)

the birth, growth, and death of a parasite love.

listen / cover 

+ gather grass, hear… [loone]
+ voices in the sky [the moody blues]
+ believing makes it easy [shearwater]
+ room a thousand years wide [saint aside]
+ setting sun [bidac01]
+ strangers [the kinks]
+ limits of our love [charlotte martin]
+ hundreds of sparrows [sparklehorse]
+ i am goodbye [bonnie “prince” billy]
+ get lonely [the mountain goats]


we let things go—
it could be either way: in the harshness
of a wild, its disarray; or, in the ease
of arms, a ripeness comprehending ruin.
(“anniversary” by janet kauffman)

Why do you support shoplifting when the business owners will persecute the workers for lost stock? Why do you support attacking police officers when most will have no other choice than to be in the police to support themselves?
Anonymous

sedimentarysyndicalist:

1. I’ve gone over this before. Several times. I was a stock worker at a grocery store and I was a line worker at Chipotle. Okay, so unless somehow the working class experiences some universal managerial law that punishes them for missing stock, I think you’re full of fucking shit. Yeah, it happens at some stores. but this doesn’t affect all workers. As a stock worker, many pounds of produce and many shipments went missing without question of the managers and without pay cuts to workers. These missing shipments were donated directly to the homeless or given to food pantries around the city.

So really, what do you have against people using non-state sanctioned means of survival?

2. Police officers may be wage earners, but class position depends on relationship to the means of production. Wage earners are more than just simply working class (again: THE WORKING CLASS DOES NOT HAVE A UNIVERSAL EXPERIENCE, besides that of exploitation of the capitalist class, and this varies based upon relation to the MoP). So yeah, they might be ~economically coerced~ into those positions but how long are we going to excuse their actions? The police murder workers every single fucking day. What about those workers? What about hose of us who have been evicted and forced into poverty by “cops just doing their job”

Our resistance to the military/police/etc (working class jobs that involve the defense of capital through physical means) must start with our refusal to serve. We cannot make excuses for our executioners. They know damn fucking well what they’re doing involves oppression and abuse and violence.  Why do you not support the working class defending itself for the capitalist lapdogs?