Pinned toot

just your run-of-the-mill stoner hedge with an anthropogenic weather witch specialization

Pinned toot

celeb photo, eye contact 

One of the great crimes of modernity has been the luring of the people into electoralism, the investiture of hope in politicians. Hope is a spiritual practice. It is a material practice to, we invest in visions of the future that we hope for. And we have allowed people to accrue brutal, vicious, violent power through our praxis of hope. It is sick.

you don't have to "be better" to us in a way that implies fictive kinship that for me personally is non-existent

you need to divest from white supremacy as an ideology that simultaneously harms you at the same time it perpetually harms qtpoc folks

A script that corrects the word "maker" into "guy who does arts and crafts"

"Maker space" = craft room

"Maker ethos" = enthusiasm for arts and crafts

"Maker fair" = craft expo

None of this shit is revolutionary, it's just stuff that your grandmas have always done. You are the newcomer. It's not any less arts-and-crafts just because it involves a 3D printer now.

Btw, if you've got the money to spare, please please please please donate to an abortion rights group in the South or other regressive regions. In Alabama, we have the Yellowhammer Fund (coincidentally started by friends and classmates of mine) with a donate button on their homepage here:

Other funds can be found here:

I wanted to take this time to once again thank every single being on fedi that posts pictures, even mundane ones, with image descriptions. Thank you for describing your screenshot, your drawing, your selfie, your cat. Seriously. Thank you. I'm not sure if you realize how much that means to me.

US politics 

please watch this man, Batzorig Vaanchig, throatsinging to his alternately bemused and enthralled infant child

legitimately recommending ‘the great pottery throw-down’, if only because one of the hosts, keith brymer jones (who looks like hooligan tony soprano) gets unusually emotional when someone does a particularly good job


"Accidental hipsters": a new book showcases the street fashion of seniors in Chinatowns across North America.

> “We were just enamored by these grandmas and grandpas we saw on the street,” [co-author Valerie] Luu said.
> “It would be like a patchwork of different textures, colours and fabrics — sometimes three florals at once or six shades of pink. We were like, ‘Who are they?’


now that i’ve thought about how funny the building newsletter would be if i bought a bunch of anime body pillow cases and left them in the laundry room, it’s going to be almost impossible for me to not experience it

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burnt-out preschooler's choices:

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