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Time after time, I'll start to forget
as long as I know it's as good as it gets
A few words
"When we describe the Moon as dead, we are describing the deadness in ourselves. When we find space so hideously void, we are describing our own unbearable emptiness."
―D.H. Lawrence

"Is the meaning of life defined by its duration? Or does life have a purpose so large that it doesn't have to be prolonged at any cost to preserve its meaning?"

"Living is not good, but living well. The wise man, therefore, lives as well as he should, not as long as he can... He will always think of life in terms of quality not quantity... Dying early or late is of no relevance, dying well or ill is... even if it is true that while there is life there is hope, life is not to be bought at any cost."
―Seneca

"People will tell you nothing matters, the whole world's about to end soon anyway. Those people are looking at life the wrong way. I mean, things don't need to last forever to be perfect."
―Daydream Nation

"All Bette's stories have happy endings. That's because she knows where to stop. She's realized the real problem with stories — if you keep them going long enough, they always end in death."
―The Sandman: Preludes & Nocturnes

“The road now stretched across open country, and it occurred to me - not by way of protest, not as a symbol, or anything like that, but merely as a novel experience - that since I had disregarded all laws of humanity, I might as well disregard the rules of traffic. So I crossed to the left side of the highway and checked the feeling, and the feeling was good. It was a pleasant diaphragmal melting, with elements of diffused tactility, all this enhanced by the thought that nothing could be nearer to the elimination of basic physical laws than deliberately driving on the wrong site of the road.”
― Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita






TICoSME
Musicalities!
Kill that boredom!
Binder Paper Comics

Web Comics and Such
A Distant Soil (Some nudity)
The Adventures of Gyno-Star (Some explicit stuff)
Aquapunk
Axe Cop
Basic Instructions
Bear Nuts
Beeserker

Blue Milk Special
Bobbins
Broodhollow
Bug
Buttersafe
Camp Weedonwantcha
Chainsawsuit
ChannelATE
Cigarro & Cerveja
Conspiracy Friends!
Crunchy Bunches

Curia Regis
Cyanide and Happiness
dead winter (has some explicit stuff)
Devilbear: The Grimoires of Bearalzebub (PG-13?)
Diesel Sweeties
Distillum
DUBBLEBABY
Dumm Comics
Eat That Toast!
Ectopiary (Some nudity)
E-merl.com
The End
Evil Diva
Evil Inc.
Existential Comics
The Fancy Adventures of Jack Cannon
For Lack of a Better Comic
Forming (Explicit)

Girls with Slingshots (some explicit stuff...?)
Mirror
Hark! A Vagrant
Head Doctor Productions
Hollow Mountain
IDK Comics
Inscribing Ardi
The Intrepid Girlbot
JBabb Comics
The Last Halloween
Last Train to Old Town
L.A.W.L.S.
The League of Evil Genius

Legend of Bill
Living With Insanity (some nudity)
Love Me Nice
Married to the Sea
Meaty Yogurt
Medium Large
The Meek
Metacarpolis
Monsterhood
Monsterkind
The Moon Prince
Moon Town
Moth (Some nudity)
Mr. Lovenstein
Muddlers Beat

Natalie Dee
Nedroid
The Non-Adventures of Wonderella
Optipess
Out There
Phuzzy Comics
P.I. Jane
Political Cartoonists Index
Poorly Drawn Lines
Powernap
Red Meat
Rice Boy
Robbie and Bobby
Rosscott, Inc.
Safely Endangered
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
Savage Chickens
Scenes from a Multiverse
The Secret Knots
Serenity Rose
Stand Still. Stay Silent
Stinking Hellebore
Strong Female Protagonist
Subnormality
The Super Fogeys
Tales of Pylea
Three Word Phrase (some nudity)
Tiny Kitten Teeth
Toothpaste for Dinner
Trying Human (Some nudity)
Two Guys and Guy
Mirror

Witchy
xkcd
Yellow Peril (PG-13)

Infrequently/No Longer Updating Web Comics
The Abominable Charles Christopher
The Adventures of Dr. McNinja
The Adventures of Ellie Connelly
American Hell
Bag of Toast
Bear in Mind
Bobwhite
The Book of Biff
Brat-halla
Brightest
Bullfinch
Chain Bear (Some explicit stuff)
Daisy is Dead
Dream Life
Edemia
Edmund Finney's Quest to Find the Meaning of Life
A Fine Example
Finn and Charlie are HITCHED
Floodmud
Freaks!

Green Wake
Gun Show
Hello with Cheese
Helpful Figures
Intragalactic
Kyle & Atticus
Lesbian Pirates from Outer Space
Letters to a Wild Boar
Lovecraft is Missing

Manta-man
Meat and Plastic
Minimalism Sucks
Mis-
Moe
The Nerds of Paradise
Nimona
No Reason Comics
Odd-Fish
One Swoop Fell
Owen's Uncles
Patches
Pictures for Sad Children
Raymondo Person
A Redtail's Dream

Riotfish
Roy's Boys (PG 13?)
Run Freak Run
Saint's Way
Shortpacked!
Sin Titulo
Snowflakes
Split Lip
Spooky Doofus
SubCulture
Super Buzzkill
The Super Gay Adventures of Ross Boston
Thermohalia
Troubletown
Ugly Girl
YU + ME
2815 Monument

Pure Flash Awesomeness
Aardvardkbutter.com
Angry Alien
Die Anstalt : Toy Psychiatry
The Frown
Hoogerbrugge

Other
Bogleech
Clients from Hell
Brian Despain
Creatures in My Head
Damn You Auto Correct!
Jhonen Vasquez's site
Overheard in New York
Passive Aggressive Notes
Submarinechannel.com
Superdickery
UHpinions
Whirled
Looky here
free counters
Collecting
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
I've realized that I collect things with the often unconscious intention of passing them onto future children. Is that weird for someone my age?

My comics... CDs... books... Physical objects are so different than digital ones. Having a library of mismatched material curiosities will always, in my mind, be superior to having a hard drive full of files, regardless of subject matter.

There's some sort of feel, a superior element of discoverability, that digital possessions will just never have for me.

I want my kids to be able to explore the things I use to characterize myself without ever having to go through a computer...

When I was younger I loved exploring my parents' things. My dad's shelves of books, my mom's jewelry boxes (and other containers of knick knacks). Just want my kids to be curious and not stare at screens from an early age. I wonder if I can do that.

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In all seriousness [DP]
Saturday, January 28, 2012
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Maybe a placeholder for now
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
-Adopting an idea to postpone something; not having the beliefs usually associated with the idea
-Gaining other reasons to support the idea
-Informing everyone of the idea without the original reasons behind it
-Reaching a situation where the idea is on the brink of being abandoned; the original reason is now unimportant, but the newfound reasons are still in place...
-Feeling conflicted; disregard new reasons because of original reasoning and change in feelings/situation?
-Is going back on it now lying?
-The implications of abandoning the idea: future problems?
-Certain meanings that maybe should be avoided?
-The consequence of actions; can never be taken back once done

I don't want to be at this crossroads right now.

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Gettin' all steamy
Monday, January 23, 2012
Ho ho, what were you thinking the title meant? I bet it didn't involve what this entry is actually about. For all YOU know, this entry is actually going to be about the health benefits of steaming vegetables over other methods of cooking them!

It's not actually though. And it's not about the bathroom mirror after you take a shower, either.

In dance class today (did I mention I was taking a dance class? I don't remember if I did. But yeah, I'm taking a social dance class) we were practicing, and we pretty much just danced to this song the entire time:


Now, the thing about this song is, I associate the intro of Careless Whisper with like... steamy scenes in film. Or this:


So yeah. It made dancing a teensy bit weird.

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Feeling real
Saturday, January 21, 2012
Things have been feeling real again. It's weird for me. Even I feel real, sort of. I don't feel... weighed down, I guess, but I'm so used to it that without that weight, I feel like a balloon drifting up into the atmosphere.

It's hard to tell if this is normal. I think it might be, but I'm not sure. My "normal" seems fairly separate from that of others.

But maybe this is like after high school, when I thought I was feeling happy for the first time I could remember distinctly. I felt comfortable and light and free and... it was weird. I think this might be like that. It seems like it ought to be a good thing, but I'm not used to it, so I'm kind of apprehensive.

I don't know how long it will last, though. Maybe it will stop before I can get used to it.

Anyway, I have (cell phone) pictures to share...

This dude is in the class before mine, so I get to see his swagalicious pimp hat a few days a week.


Cute fabrics! They're flannel, though, so not as versatile as they could be. I wish I could have underwear with these patterns on it. As it is, we're gonna try making pajama pants.


Somebody was getting artsy with this desk in a lecture hall.


They recently revamped the Goodwill closest to my house, and it looks... weird. It seems kind of too upscale for a thrift store, I mean. There was still the usual assortment of odd knick knacks and things though.


In the shoe section, they had a bunch of brand new black heels that still had the tags and everything... it was like being at Ross or TJ Maxx or something.


This was more like the normal Goodwill fare I know and am amused by.


I don't know who would buy this in the first place, but I could understand why it would be in a Goodwill.


Okay, see here, this is what I mean when I say they're way too upscale. What the hell kind of Goodwill has three big flat screen TVs on display in it? And these were DEFINITELY not donated... plus they were playing pop music videos. Wtf.


I thought this was kind of funny, since it looked like it partially just copied (by a less-than-spectacular artist) from the Disney film.


Those evil stepsisters sure look familiar, huh?


At some point I went to a Safeway with my mom, and it had these "TV Karts" parents could use for free.


I think I would've freaked over something like this when I was younger.

(I mean, I enjoyed it immensely when I got the little kid-sized shopping cart one time at a store, so I figure this would've been just as exciting)

See, there's a TV built into the little passenger area, and another one up higher so the parent can watch what's going on, it looks like.

Can you believe that? I know I can't. Man, I feel like technology jumped forward at some point and I just totally did not notice.

Also, it appears that tuna cans now come supersized? At first I just saw the big cans, and I was like "wait... have they always been that size?" and was confused.

This is probably something that's been around for awhile and I'm just out of the loop because I barely ever go to Safeway anymore...

Saw this in the checkout aisle and it was pretty much a smack-my-head moment.

STAY CLASSY, TEENS OF AMERICA!

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Bad [DP]
Monday, January 16, 2012
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That scares [DP]
Sunday, January 15, 2012
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2:05 AM
Saturday, January 14, 2012
Sometimes when you listen to certain music,
and it's night,
and everyone else is asleep,
there's no such thing as time.
And there's no such thing
as life outside these walls
or the world.

And there's no such thing as you.

But it's calm, and it's nice
to feel like I don't
exist for awhile.

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