If you make more than $50k a year I really don’t give a fuck what you think

A message from retrosofa
I just want you to know you're the best. Come to Philly and hit me with a Kill la Kill artbook, and we can talk about Lupin.

people say stuff like this at first then they just end up being annoyed/overwhelmed by me when they meet me irl

A message from seizeitfairness
so I watched makoto shinkai's children who chase lost voices today and there was a character that reminded me someone you'd draw. I think a lot of it's because the film's kinda vaguely set in the 70s and shinkai was obviously gunning hard for a miyazaki look. I think I remember you saying future boy conan influenced you a lot, so those things synching up are hardly a surprise, but I couldn't help but think "this dude is childings as hell" the whole time. he's "ryuuji morisaki" look 'im up.

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He looks a lot like the way I draw Olson from Orguss + early drafts of my character Arvad

I remember wanting to see this movie, thanks for reminding me about it

I am so exhausted and I still need to start on cleaning the garage and other things I wanted to do this weekend

NINETEEN DAYS until we have to leave this place that is not enough time

It took me well over 15 hours to clean out my record collection and purge all the stuff we don’t want/need. We got rid of about 120 albums (well, actually there are some they didn’t buy, now I gotta figure out what to do with those) and I got $360 in store credit. I could’ve gone for the cash but you get a lot more in store credit and let’s face it I’d probably just blow it buying records anyway 

I mean I know I’m broke right now but this will keep me sane and keep me from spending my actual income

I’m kinda pissed because we could’ve gotten like $200 for our Sigur Ros records if Antony had just agreed to let me sell them years ago when the demand was higher, but he hung onto those fuckers forever as if he actually liked that shitty whale noise (When we were leaving End of an Ear they were going up on the wall which made me feel oddly proud? With tags that said “original Fat Cat pressing”. We bought them both for a combined $10)

fuckyeah1990s:

theres this place that i started going to that has hella good burgers, its called Culvers… like they put butter on the hamburger buns or something, and instead of ice cream, they have frozen custard… and its hecka good.. i think i want 2 go there right now and order like 2 cheeseburgers

There’s one of these places not too far from me and I always wanted to take photos of their signage because they would put the most random words up on the sign like

TODAY SMILE

TURTLE SHAKE

or something like that… some random short phrase and then the name of a menu item underneath. I think they stopped doing that though

Tracklist for August 29, 2014

love-dole:

  1. Hawkwind, “Lord of Light” (Doremi Fasol Latido, United Artists, 1972)
  2. The Brian Jonestown Massacre, “E to G” (Pol Pot’s Pleasure Penthouse, Burger Records 2012 cassette re-release of 1991 off-label hand-dubbed limited cassette release)
  3. El Alamo, “Malos Pensamientos” (Malos Pensamientos, Decibel, 1971)
  4. Television, “Days” (Adventure, Elektra, 1978)
  5. Troyka, “Early Morning” (s/t, Cotillion, 1970)
  6. The Field Mice, “September’s Not So Far Away” (single, Sarah Records, 1991)
  7. The Things, “You Can’t Deliver” (Outside My Window, Voxx Records, 1986)
  8. Holy Wave, “Do You Feel It” (Relax, The Reverberation Appreciation Society, 2014)
  9. Boogarins, “Lucifernandis” (As Plantas Que Curam, Other Music Recordings/Burger Records, 2013)
  10. Honey Radar, “Say Goodbye Maggie Cole” (Chain Smoking on Easter, Third Uncle Records, 2014)
  11. Phil Cordell, “Red Lady” (b-side to “Pumping the Water” single, Janus Records, 1969)
  12. The Brazilian Bitles, “Nao Tem Jeito (Satisfaction)” (É Onda!, Polydor, 1967)

The following bed music was played:

Felt, “Song for William S. Harvey”, ”The Seventeenth Century” from Let the Snakes Crinkle Their Heads to Death (Creation Records, 1986)

Rangers, “Bronze Casket”, “Bad Flan” from Pan Am Stories (Not Not Fun, 2011)

Roy Montgomery, “Jaguar Meets Snake” from Temple IV (Kranky, 1995)

Love Tractor, “Neon Lights” (Kraftwerk cover), “Cutting Corners”, from the 'Til the Cows Come Home EP (DB Records, 1984)

Back to the regular one hour timeslot.

fuckyeah1990s:

fivedevice:

vhs play shirt/dress by fuckyeah1990s

get ur own here

fuckyeah1990s:

fivedevice:

vhs play shirt/dress by fuckyeah1990s

get ur own here