what are its demands??
didn't Nancy Peolosi put a video out a couple weeks ago to show off that she's got a massive stockpile of ice cream from some local place in SF, and say that she eats ice cream for breakfast?
in conclusion, the fuck is going on with these people?
just waiting things out until i feel a bit more tired to crawl into bed, y'know? how's thomas?
that's what makes it so effective against them! they're so used to suffering each and every moment that they don't even realize they've been debuffed.
i'm gonna go off on a very pragmatic limb and assume that the early names in vaporwave did those tempo drops because it was something easily achieved with their software, and they glommed onto it as the amateurs they were, while having precisely zero idea who DJ Screw or any of that scene was.
still thinking of you putting me in a headlock and then i stand up and walk away to answer the door while you're just hanging onto me.
how many objects do you own which have neither been mass-produced, nor made from something that was mass-produced?
every time I think of something, I realize I was wrong. handmade clay bowl? no, the clay was purified thru mechanized processes. bookshelf made from lumber milled in our sawmill? but the nails and paint came from a factory.
so far I've got: some rocks and a skunk skull. dorodangos. a small bundle of aromatic twigs from the desert. maybe this ball of handspun yarn, not sure.
hmm. i'm totally gonna say this to some people in person as a greeting, if we ever resume seeing people in person again.
you ever get that alarming feeling where you're doing something in another window and suddenly hear a burst of like 5-6 bloops and think "uhoh i haven't done anything funny recently that, might not be good."
. .. me neither.
what if there were a story about a girl meeting @dirt but instead of being a movie (ugh, boring) or a book (yawnsville, population me), it was a line of delicious jarred preserves with flavors like rhubarb lavender, and pear balsamic?
shh open your eyes that world is now let's make some toast.
i agree with this point about dilution and misuse of terms. alternatively, in online spaces like ours i think it's also become commonplace to simply refer to anything feckless as liberalism.
it's good for complaining, not great for nuanced discussion.
alternate account for a highly experimental foray into the utmost of luxury shitposting.
it's avant garde we ain't gotta explain shit.