Gee, I sure do hope nobody saw that mysterious post that I accidentally posted here three times hoping it would be posted somewhere else thus freaking everybody out~~~~~
I wanted to make an explosion all of a sudden.
A weird, lovely, fantastic object out of nature like Delicate Arch has the curious ability to remind us—like rock and sunlight and wind and wilderness—that out there is a different world, older and greater and deeper by far than ours, a world which surrounds and sustains the little world of men as sea and sky surround and sustain a ship. The shock of the real. For a little while we are again able to see, as the child sees, a world of marvels. For a few moments we discover that nothing can be taken for granted, for if this ring of stone is marvelous then all which shaped it is marvelous, and our journey here on earth, able to see and touch and hear in the midst of tangible and mysterious things-in-themselves, is the most strange and daring of all adventures. — Edward Abbey, Desert Solitaire
One thing of all the little I’ve been doing is finishing this here book. It was just a random thing off the library shelf, but worth the read.
why does mspa prophet have that furry gif in their background
the guy in that gif looks a lot like hussie O_O
Somebody told me to reblog this, and that this was important. Spread the Good Word! (TM)
FINAL POST OF THE NIGHT: had to remind people of this
I mirrored a bit more of a Homestuck fan-venture collaboration with Whodaheckcares/Weather Report/if you know Equiquest you already know who he is, so perhaps by that October due date I’ll be ready or some such. Magnum Head is also a to-do, by the by the by.
Did You Know? An instrumental by my favorite band sounds like a low-grade Homestuck song
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When you hear the name “Phantom of the Asteroid,” what do you think of? A haunted house that was destroyed by a meteor? A deformed but cultured and very romantic alien? The voices of dead dinosaurs come to spook modern Earth?
I don’t really know what it makes me think of, except, “Man. Freaking PHANTOM OF THE ASTEROID. I wish I’d come up with that before I was born.”
Oh also I think the song is catchy. It’s the kind of song that sometimes makes me wonder why I liked it, then I hear again and…….it’s still nice
It’s late, the sky is gray, and the protagonist of Neuromancer has gone to some bar. He doesn’t meet stereotypes, but he meets these people, plus some barkeep
(Between you and me, I’ve only gotten ~12 pages back into this book and I’m reading some cool autobiography on the side. Books are cool, but why am I simultaneously reading so many durned things???!?)
One time I tried to read Neuromancer and I thought it was interesting but I didn’t get it so I never finished it. Now I’ve checked it out again. I’m pretty sure this is what it was like, except with the Internet, a cat boy, more drugs and a Rastafarian planet
I might have to post more about my reading experience as I go