I just sent Aaron a link to you are the only exception because I’m corny trash
My Heart (live in 2008) - Paramore.
I’m horrible at replying to comments because I get flustered and don’t know what to say and then when I finally do reply it rarely gets acknowledged
How terrifying is it to let someone see your “dark” (or whatever) side and hope they accept you still afterwards
Kai ilu but your URL is sooooo long
Wow Aaron doesn’t even reblog my selfies anymore what kind of bull shit is that
sometimes i think it would be cool to be a pile of dirt!!!!!!!!!! and then i think
yea!!!! it would be cool to be a pile of dirt!!!!!!!!!!
i think ppl should pretty much be referred to by whatever pronouns they want 2 be referred to by, i think thats pretty much the case, in all cases
Read Marx but not too deeply bc he was pretty problematic too at times yeah
Maybe when John Bonham died he became a god and every time there is a thunderstorm its just him playing a wicked drum solo.
I like it a lot, unfortunately it’s a pretty typical white savior plot which is a shame and could’ve been avoided but didn’t. Movie-wise, I wish the Capitol flag was red white and blue and I wish the Capitol’s aesthetic was more neoclassical and less obviously a dig at “Communist Dictatorship” or whatever (I did notice that in Catching Fire the president’s house was basically the white house and the buildings were more flashy and glassy in the cities). I did like the left-populism of it, workers versus decadent exploiters, I just wish it was more explicit.
I generally don’t like dystopia narratives at all, I think they’re inappropriate and misguided because they tend to gloss over the fact that we live in a dystopia right now, like as we speak. 19,000,000 people starved to death last year and will probably starve to death again this year while Amazon.com sends drones to deliver things to rich people in half an hour. Stem cell research is illegal for some reason and abortion is still a debate and there are single human beings with billions of dollars while homelessness still exists. This is a dystopia. The world we live in right now is unbelievably horrifying and must at all costs be destroyed from the ground up. We’re hurtling towards climate disasters that are going to be apocalyptic in scale and are at this point unavoidable. The president of our country makes televised jokes about how he kills children with robots and the youth love him and wear t-shirts of him.
Dystopia narratives are like, “yeah, but what if Big Government goes Out of Control?” like wow, horrifying idea there.