I Have Found Something That There Is No Use For

A weblog for your perusal. Mostly reblogged material, audiovisual detritus, mithering.

witnesstheabsurd:

I want to cry out but I don't scream and I don't shout
and I feel so proud to be alive
and I feel so proud when the reckoning arrives

witnesstheabsurd:

I want to cry out but I don't scream and I don't shout
and I feel so proud to be alive
and I feel so proud when the reckoning arrives

(via nostalgebraist)

a dramatic reenactment of the casting process for the princess mononoke english dub

Disney representative:

Ms. Anderson, how would you like to be the voice of a powerful wolf mom who lives in a world of magic and wonder?

Gillian Anderson:

this is the last time i'm gonna tell you corporate goons to stay out of my personal diary

peggys-magic-sex-feet:

peggys-magic-sex-feet:

fantasticcatadventures:

the real nyan cat

this cat knows the secret to life but he doesn’t think we deserve it. look at that grim face.

"I can’t save these people"

peggys-magic-sex-feet:

peggys-magic-sex-feet:

fantasticcatadventures:

the real nyan cat

this cat knows the secret to life but he doesn’t think we deserve it. look at that grim face.

"I can’t save these people"

(Source: cutekittensarefun, via nostalgebraist)

terribleterribleterrible:

My friend amoonyos and I like to make horrible paintings together sometimes. Did the top one tonight gettin’ stoked for October.

(via thombrownefursuit)

gaddis

more-whales:

nostalgebraist:

Franzen called him “Mr. Difficult,” the ultimate pretentious high-artist who followed only his own standards of perfection and didn’t care if readers enjoyed or even understood his work. This is hard to square with Gaddis’ actual writing which is…

Honestly, people who bitch about fiction being “difficult,” whether writers themselves or otherwise, strike me as kind of condescending. Sure, I’ll agree that Faulkner can be a bit overwhelming as a prose stylist because he’s throwing everything at you at the same time, but I don’t see that as a bad thing, or even a particularly daunting thing. You just have to get into a groove with it. And as you say, Gaddis is way more structurally straightforward on that level. A book being long is not the same as a book being difficult to get into or opaque.

But again, I’m the guy who liked Act 6 of Homestuck even if/when it dragged its heels and once had an epiphany about the lyrics to Wire’s “Former Airline”, so I kind of have a cosy relationship with narrative self-indulgence.

ororororog:

Lion → Beethoven

Ring tailed lemur → Kawabata Yasunari

Napoleon fish → Dazai Osamu

Mojave Music - The Book of Enoch (We Pray in Deserts Mix)

socialist-witch-activity:

skullboyent:

from the upcoming album Apartment.

check out this rad thing I made

thombrownefursuit:

Psychic TV - When Lone Wolves Gather…They Could Start A War

A very intriguing bootleg of one of the bands earliest live shows, recorded in Hamburg on 16 September 1984 using a binaural microphone setup and released on cassette by DDD sometime in the mid-to-late ’80s.

You can acquire this recording here, if you are so inclined.

P.S. I am not sure of the precise setlist/tracklist given that neither side is marked and PTV sets from this period were fairly freeform, but in browsing I recognised “Enochian Calling”, “Thee Full Pack” (I think), “Unclean”, “Skinhead Moonstomp”, “Ov Power” and “Thee Shining”.

thombrownefursuit:

sometimes i get sad but then i remember that this inexplicably fuchsia rick owens jacket exists

thombrownefursuit:

sometimes i get sad but then i remember that this inexplicably fuchsia rick owens jacket exists

dragonsdongma:

Damn I love Jerkcity but “Shortbread Shitcakes,” was just too golden to not draw.
source!

dragonsdongma:

Damn I love Jerkcity but “Shortbread Shitcakes,” was just too golden to not draw.

source!

(via jerkcityhd)