ohthentic:

popularsizes:

from gay semiotics (1977) by hal fischer

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Tags: nsfw omfg dying

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The reason that the rich were so rich, Vimes reasoned, was because they managed to spend less money.

Take boots, for example. He earned thirty-eight dollars a month plus allowances. A really good pair of leather boots cost fifty dollars. But an affordable pair of boots, which were sort of OK for a season or two and then leaked like hell when the cardboard gave out, cost about ten dollars. Those were the kind of boots Vimes always bought, and wore until the soles were so thin that he could tell where he was in Ankh-Morpork on a foggy night by the feel of the cobbles.

But the thing was that good boots lasted for years and years. A man who could afford fifty dollars had a pair of boots that’d still be keeping his feet dry in ten years’ time, while a poor man who could only afford cheap boots would have spent a hundred dollars on boots in the same time and would still have wet feet.

This was the Captain Samuel Vimes “Boots” theory of socioeconomic unfairness.

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— Terry Pratchett, Men at Arms (via laissezferre)

techteddy:


Never get tired of seeing this! 😂😂

techteddy:

Never get tired of seeing this! 😂😂

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kellysue:

lil-doodles:

So I’ve been working on this for like four days…..a tribute to four of my favorite comic book writers: Matt Fraction (Sex Criminals, Hawkeye) as Mr. Faptastic, Kelly Sue DeConnick (Pretty Deadly, Captain Marvel) as Not-So Invisible Woman, Jason Aaron (Southern Bastards, Thor) as the Bearded Torch, and Brian Michael Bendis (er’thing else currently being printed….seriously, United States of Murder Inc., Powers) as the Thing that Writes. Some notes about the drawing:

1. Completely done on the computer. I did use the original as a reference and “swiped” as much as I could without tracing or copying. Jack “King” Kirby is a tough act to follow believe me.

2. I have met the fabulous Jason Aaron and I doubt he would yell something like this (I just met him once and he seemed like the quiet sort) and I do not mean to make fun of his southern heritage but meant this rather as a shout out (no pun intended) to his great new book, Southern Bastards with Jason Latour.

3. In the original Flo seems a bit timid and more than happy to let the men handle things. This is not Kelly Sue’s style and I’m almost positive that this is something she would say.

4. Again with the BMB writing a lot of books jokes. Seriously, I looked up prolific in the dictionary and his picture was in there. Surrounded by piles of cash and kids.

5. I easily could have included Chip Zdarsky and I thought about making him the monster but then I also thought about putting a dildo in Matt’s hand  so…..I also considered Michael Avon Oeming as a member but I like this group.

6. I hope everyone involved has a good sense of humor and does not take me into court….

I love it! I LOL’d at The Thing What Writes.

(Flo was, and is, is a badass though — google “Big Apple Comix” to find out more.)

gregxb:

Samael and Lilith.

Lucifer #50

there is so much to love about Lucifer’s story, and Lilith’s role within it cannot be overstated

mollymimieux:

Imagine that one day the whole world would look like this.

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warrenellis:

"If only a small number of genes controlled cognition, then each of the gene variants should have altered IQ by a large chunk—about 15 points of variation between two individuals. But the largest effect size researchers have been able to detect thus far is less than a single point of IQ. Larger effect sizes would have been much easier to detect, but have not been seen."

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bbsrc:

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thehye-phen:

12 DAYS UNTIL THE RELEASE OF The Hye-Phen Magazine!
/// NOV. 1st ///
YALLLAA! For Our 12th of our COUNT*DOWN, we honor our queer-spiration Audre Lorde. When in doubt always consult the good Lorde. 
YES, YOU HEARD IT RIGHT. WE WERE HACKED BUT NOW WE’RE BACK. WE ARE COMING (OUT) TO TEAR DOWN SYSTEMS OF OPPRESSION, TO MAKE THE UNKNOWN KNOWN, TO SPEAK AS EXPERTS OF OUR OWN EXPERIENCES, TO CALL OUT THE BULLSHIT AND DESTROY THE BINARIES.
The Hye-Phen Maga-zine is a new digital media platform unlike anything before. The Hye-Phen is a queer, trans*, anti-racist, anti-oppression, anti-amot, diasporan digital media platform.
F* the BINARIES.
Share widely!

thehye-phen:

12 DAYS UNTIL THE RELEASE OF The Hye-Phen Magazine!

/// NOV. 1st ///

YALLLAA! For Our 12th of our COUNT*DOWN, we honor our queer-spiration Audre Lorde. When in doubt always consult the good Lorde.

YES, YOU HEARD IT RIGHT. WE WERE HACKED BUT NOW WE’RE BACK. WE ARE COMING (OUT) TO TEAR DOWN SYSTEMS OF OPPRESSION, TO MAKE THE UNKNOWN KNOWN, TO SPEAK AS EXPERTS OF OUR OWN EXPERIENCES, TO CALL OUT THE BULLSHIT AND DESTROY THE BINARIES.

The Hye-Phen Maga-zine is a new digital media platform unlike anything before. The Hye-Phen is a queer, trans*, anti-racist, anti-oppression, anti-amot, diasporan digital media platform.

F* the BINARIES.

Share widely!

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"Solipsism is one of the risks of the letter ‘I.’"

William Gass (via theparisreview)

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johnnyideaseed:

daveboogie:

Here is a pic of Grace Jones shoving cake into Divine’s mouth at what I believe was Grace’s 30th birthday party…you’re welcome!

It’s like “The Creation of Adam,” but relevant to my interests.

johnnyideaseed:

daveboogie:

Here is a pic of Grace Jones shoving cake into Divine’s mouth at what I believe was Grace’s 30th birthday party…you’re welcome!

It’s like “The Creation of Adam,” but relevant to my interests.

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