Unwarranted recommendations from a D list nobody...

What to watch:
Wisconsin Death Trip
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMhr6JY352g

What to read:
I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream
https://www.amazon.com/Have-No-Mouth-Must-Scre…/…/1497643074

What to listen to:
Yazoo, Upstairs at Eric's
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6J5CIU9AiwA

Ashtray fingers
and a trash can heart
She's got sunken eyes
and fine bone china arms
She's burnt baby powder
and open sores
She's all I need and more.

“I got out, you saw them carrying me out. You also know that without my father in the way I’ll do right by my people. I fled him, I fled what he was becoming. If you’ll remember my bright idea was wandering the wastes, I wouldn’t have lasted a season out in the silt.”

“You weren’t better off here, that array...
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We make our tales in emblems and blood stains...5 liters.

"They sit and watch the bright object in the sky for a few moments before Garrett continues. “Your people are like that light. They are temporary and when they no longer exist there will be no record of what or who they were. They exist in the now but they have no legacy and...
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"An assholes guide to English"

It's said that English is a thug of a language, skulking along in dark alleyways and bludgeoning other languages over the head for their words and inflections. This is very true, which is part of why I love this language and have worked hard to become a wordsmith within its delightful confines. An English thesaurus is a weighty tome...
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"When I grew up, those things weren't called racist."

Hey, Eastwood, when you were growing up black people still drank from a different water fountain. Shut your soporific mouth you ignorant fucking dinosaur.

Ground gear #45 People who explain a dog's conditioned behavior as "unconditional love." Trust me if you stopped feeding it you'd watch it get conditional real quick. Quit substituting what you aren't getting from other human beings.

Also trying to remember to post here occasionally.

http://www.amazon.com/Uriah-Wolf/e/B008EY3DVM/ref=la_B008EY3DVM_af?rh=n:283155,p_82:B008EY3DVM
midnightsun:
It's tough keeping up w all the sites!

"It's just old plaster walls and a roof a few years away from leaking. You see the house out there across a field of blue grass. A tire swing swaying under an ancient oak speaks to you of lemonade summers.

Upon closer inspection you see the furniture inside, coated in dust and festooned in cobwebs. Maybe the old sideboard reminds you of holiday servings...
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emptymouthpiece:
I'm so proud of my male and female friends and fellows in the LGBT community for the years of toil and hardship they have put into such a ground breaking SCOTUS decision. Anyone who thinks that the case that finally brought this to a head was a fluke needs to check their facts. Years and years went into what happened with that ruling and I'm thankful for that outcome.As was stated by a disparate and angry member of the SCOTUS body, the decision truly had more to do with popularity and popular vote than it did with the bare bones of the constitution. Then again, so have most decisions made by SCOTUS, so neener, neener!I'd like to take this moment though to point out a fact. Popular opinion made this SCOTUS vote, no one can argue that. After decades of pushing and prodding the people spoke and their will was understood so I have to wonder, why hasn't there been the same sort of demand for an end to sexual slavery?Even though the thirteenth amendment seems to cover the issue, someone (even when they do get charged which isn't often) charged with crimes that violate that amendment especially between a man and woman, isn't likely to serve much if any time. The penalty goes up if the person enslaved is a minor, (a nice way of saying, "Well, the whore isn't broken in yet so I guess we should impose a stiffer sentence.")Why aren't we as a people demanding more from our judicial system in regards to the loss of life and innocence involved in the sexual slave trade? Does this cause need a catch phrase or a symbol that can be adopted easily to a facebook profile? Not being facetious, just asking an honest question. What will it take to make a majority of us to take this problem seriously?If it comes down to "Not my children, not my problem" let me assure it is. One in three girls sold into sexual slavery in the United States are "girls from the right side of the tracks" which means "young white women." No worries about it just being a problem of immigrants and foreigners you narrow minded shits among us. Your daughter fits just fine in the equation, she can get hooked on drugs and turned out just as easily (studies prove even easier) than a girl that is "someone else's problem."Their lives are all short, cruel, and meaningless, and there is absolutely an answer to this problem and unlike many other issues laid open to our judicial system the answer really is simple.If a man meets the requirements for a life sentence in prison for selling too much weed or killing another man in a bar brawl, shouldn't a man meet his end in prison for selling just one woman, much less five or twenty? Shouldn't a pedophile meet the mandatory minimum of life in prison for molesting even one child much less dozens? The current answer to those questions is no. NO OF COURSE NOT! The criminal might, "might" get listed on the sex offender registry, and then after serving anywhere from six months to seven years in prison they are free to do it all over again.What color do I need to make my fb profile? What symbol can I fly high and proud to stop the trade of sexual slaves of all ages, and across all borders, much less our own? What needs to be done, who needs to die to make this change, I'll honestly line up if a martyr is required. No one should ever be made to have sex against their will for the gain or gratification of any other member of society.
midnightsun:
Beautifully written and well stated