No. The other way. Reverse it. The other, other way. No… Like you had it, but opposite. Yeah. There you go.

…. Communication


1 slice of wonderbread with 2 slim jims cut in half put on top, covered with spray on cheese in a can, topped of with another slice of wonderbread

St. Vincent

“I’m so enamored of this place… Whey are there water bugs in the shower? Its like a relationship, with vermin.”
-Annie Clark


The new album is graudually being seared into my brain. Its that good.

Hugo Ball born 22 February, 1886; died 14… – varia

‘The war is based on crass error.  Men have been mistaken for machines.  Machines, not men, should be decimated.  At some future date, when only the machines march, things will be better.  Then everyone will be right to rejoice when they all demolish each other.’
—from Hugo Ball’s diary, 26 June, 1915

‘One must be astonished totally, yet more and more softly.  That is how eternity wonders at the times and changes them.  One must wonder at the wonders.  And also at the wounds, the deepest and last wounds, and elevate them to the wondrous.’
—from the diary, 21 November, 1921

via Hugo Ball born 22 February, 1886; died 14… – varia.

Why We Must Support My Politics

Many people will use this terrible tragedy as an excuse to put through a political agenda other than my own. This tawdry abuse of human suffering for political gain sickens me to the core of my being. Those people who have different political views from me ought to be ashamed of themselves for thinking of cheap partisan point-scoring at a time like this. In any case, what this tragedy really shows us is that, so far from putting into practice political views other than my own, it is precisely my political agenda which ought to be advanced.

Not only are my political views vindicated by this terrible tragedy, but also the status of my profession. Furthermore, it is only in the context of a national and international tragedy like this that we are reminded of the very special status of my hobby, and its particular claim to legislative protection. My religious and spiritual views also have much to teach us about the appropriate reaction to these truly terrible events.

Countries which I like seem to never suffer such tragedies, while countries which, for one reason or another, I dislike, suffer them all the time. The one common factor which seems to explain this has to do with my political views, and it suggests that my political views should be implemented as a matter of urgency, even though they are, as a matter of fact, not implemented in the countries which I like.

via Why the Bombings Mean That We Must Support My Politics.