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Well well well, look who decided to follow my account. If it isn't all of you (and I'm so grateful)

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hey gang, I made a website with the help of twine and neocities. It needs some stuff still, but check 'em out here spaceplacediasporaandindigenei

It's only fair to warn you, Seasonal Affective Disorder: I didn't come to play today.

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If you have $4 and like cyberpunk, help me put some food in my kids' mouths!
"This is secretly the greatest and also funniest cyberpunk point and click adventure game on Steam. Very low-fi art style but the gags are just too good to pass up, and a lot closer to a "real" cyberpunk dystopian future than most favorites of the genre."
Itch: silverspook.itch.io/neofeud
Steam: store.steampowered.com/app/673

a painfully modern translation of the beginning of mizmor 81 Show more

the "it's only censorship when the government does it, corporations can do what they want" argument has always felt really hollow and weird to me cuz it backs up corporations and other private entities being allowed to do censorship and amplify harmful voices

maybe just. censoring hate speech is good and censoring marginalized voices bad, no matter who's doing the censorship

Don't get me wrong: I believe we can move forward without breaking ourselves, that a better world is possible without us suffering needlessly, that what we've lost to the cruelty of these systems is precisely WHAT we're fighting, and we can do it through gentleness. I just want every person, especially myself, concerned with the repair of the world, to push themselves more and more every day, and to wonder, as they do, if that obsessive pushing is "healthy" per se.

That last one is both hard and not hard for the current Left. It's not hard because well, aren't we already pushing ourselves, getting uncomfortable, haven't we gotten a taste for the work yet? But also, with recent overtures to self-care in our movements, emphasis on preventing burnout, we've moved the conversation towards a gentleness that while safe, and maybe even beneficial, may be at risk for making us thinking this work is gentle work.

It is, of course, possible to be physically hale and hardy and be a bad person. It is also possible that the work that needs to be done in the world, the true demands of making the world a better place in the time frame necessary, will involve sacrifice, pain, and damage to the self.

I don't think anyone is prepared to truly divorce health from morality. We are even less prepared to separate mental health from morality

White people think people of colour have magical "anti-racism auras" that make racism disappear as soon as they touch it, but it just isn't that simple

10 things i hate about you is the only good production of taming of the shrew, change my mind

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@MoMartin
he's lying, we did sick dirtbike wheelies off the back of a chevy yo

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had dinner with out of town homey @MoMartin earlier this evening! I was too awestruck by their verisimilitude n grace to take of photo of them chilling under a sweet No Line 3 banner like a Real American Hero πŸ”₯πŸ˜€πŸ’š

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