brokehorrorfan:

October 8: The incomparable Sigourney Weaver turns 65 today.

In addition to iconic role as Ellen Ripley in the Alien quadrilogy, Weaver has appeared in Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II, The Cabin in the Woods, The Village and Avatar.

this one time i sat in the same row as sigourney weaver at a play at BAM

she was cool as hell and very nice.

(via cyborgmemoirs)

kingmunsterxvii:

what’s better than this? guy’s bein dudes

This would be the best group of players for a D&D party

kingmunsterxvii:

what’s better than this? guy’s bein dudes

This would be the best group of players for a D&D party

(via hungryghoast)

It’s the World Wide Web

summeromegadeth:

phoning-it-in:

randomfactor:

interpretivescreaming:

usbdongle:

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It’s like looking in a mirror

I CAN’T STOP THINKING ABOUT THIS

Talk to your parents about the 90’s.

Mad deece

  • teacher: are there any classes you are struggling with?
  • me: the bourgeois
  • teacher: what
  • me: what
  • karl marx: nice
interpretivescreaming:

raccaryusui:

sizvideos:

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"yep, uh huh, that’s great. Love belly scratches. Hey! Ya know what’s better than belly scratches? Not belly scratches. Yeah. Let’s just put that finger back here where it’s not gonna bother anyone, you’re doin’ a great job, kid.”
interpretivescreaming:

raccaryusui:

sizvideos:

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(( ^∀^ ))

"yep, uh huh, that’s great. Love belly scratches. Hey! Ya know what’s better than belly scratches? Not belly scratches. Yeah. Let’s just put that finger back here where it’s not gonna bother anyone, you’re doin’ a great job, kid.”
interpretivescreaming:

raccaryusui:

sizvideos:

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(( ^∀^ ))

"yep, uh huh, that’s great. Love belly scratches. Hey! Ya know what’s better than belly scratches? Not belly scratches. Yeah. Let’s just put that finger back here where it’s not gonna bother anyone, you’re doin’ a great job, kid.”
interpretivescreaming:

raccaryusui:

sizvideos:

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(( ^∀^ ))

"yep, uh huh, that’s great. Love belly scratches. Hey! Ya know what’s better than belly scratches? Not belly scratches. Yeah. Let’s just put that finger back here where it’s not gonna bother anyone, you’re doin’ a great job, kid.”
interpretivescreaming:

raccaryusui:

sizvideos:

Video

(( ^∀^ ))

"yep, uh huh, that’s great. Love belly scratches. Hey! Ya know what’s better than belly scratches? Not belly scratches. Yeah. Let’s just put that finger back here where it’s not gonna bother anyone, you’re doin’ a great job, kid.”

interpretivescreaming:

raccaryusui:

sizvideos:

Video

(( ^∀^ ))

"yep, uh huh, that’s great. Love belly scratches. Hey! Ya know what’s better than belly scratches? Not belly scratches. Yeah. Let’s just put that finger back here where it’s not gonna bother anyone, you’re doin’ a great job, kid.”

(via pathofnowandforever)

i just got done playing With Those We Love Alive and here are my icons

my heart kind of exploded as it usually does with a Porpentine game. <3

outofcontextdnd:

Cleric: Can I set it on fire?

DM: You don’t have fire attacks, you have radiant attacks.

Cleric: … Can I set it on radiant?

Same

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

NedBase

Y’all know about DeadBase. Say hello to NedBase. It gathers together all the “performances, rehearsals, and recording sessions where Ned Lagin is known to have performed with the Grateful Dead, or with Phil Lesh, Jerry Garcia, and others. These occurred in the years between 1970 to 1975.” The somewhat shadowy Lagin is the dude responsible for taking the Dead to some of their most outer limits. I suggest digging into the incredibly spacey Garcia/Hart Palace of Fine Arts show from late ‘73 — NedBase sez: “Ned played an Arp Odyssey for most of the show seated at the mix board centered in the audience with Phil next to him mixing in quad.” So many deep vibes. 

I also like this tidbit: 

In 1974, Ned began playing through the vocal system. It was considered the best part of the entire Wall of Sound PA. It had the second highest column of 15-inch bass speakers, second only to Phil. There were 240 speakers total including the center cluster, a 4-way crossover, and 9600 watts of power provided by sixteen Macintosh 300 amps. Ned could be as loud as a jet plane and actually had the capability of lifting the entire stage fully loaded by playing a burst of subsonic notes, which he did a couple of times. When he held a note the speakers created a breeze!

forestambassador:

No Wave is a game about New York City by Dorian SRed, Trevor Reveur, Simon Chanut, Christophe Roth, Franz, and Chouche.

Play Online

Why Try It: Experience the gritty despair of being at a New York City club in the 80s; features music by Sonic Youth, Swans, and more.

Mood: Rowdy

Author’s Notes: "You are Jim, a man from Brooklyn. You discover the underground life of New York. Someone told you to go out, but you’re asking "Why?". And the answer is: "Life is in the streets, in music, not only in your flat". You decide to visit one of these clubs known for their wild side. They are repulsive but attractive in many aspects. So there you are, ready to try anything."

From the forest ambassador: The game loops a few times, but there is an ending — try clicking on different people and things to trigger different scence. Check out more of Dorian SRed’s music and other work at his website.