homoromantic binary-skeptical pan transgender transvestite. total nutjob with no job, daily lawbreaker

my face

 

great haha now im sitting at uvic waiting around, and i see this adorable student in a great green tweed blazer, cutoff dress pants, and gumboots… and great hair/beard/glasses. the walk and the book underarm, no backpack… somehow I’m reminded of martin as a student… that level of experimentation with norms… a cute and kind of neurotic but earnest and presently-humble figure

omg i just heard a olddude bike cop trill “isn’t it so chipper and cheerful” in a possibly affected british accent at a fac member. yeah the weather is behaving

yesterday a skater dude was trying to explain about how he sees me (or himself?) as some kind of post-lesbian, or ultra lesbian? it occurred to me that maybe thru the acid family tree grapevine he’s aware that im so gay for girls im sometimes gay for girls trapped in mainly cis dudes. what its moé.
but how this came out was in a jumble about acid, not wanting to muck around trying to describe someone as a lesbian or transsexual because those aren’t big enough concepts, and “epic views” (this is his identifier for certain people who seem like lesbians or trans ppl, but also seem like everything else?). related to prev post, which is related to prev post (which is related to both).
i felt overwhelmed trying to figure out if i wanted to fuck or was reading other ppls thoughts, and disappeared

which, like, i started talking to him while I was disappeared because laura appeared …victoria is weird

archiemcphee:

In 1972 an Italian pop star named Adriano Celentano composed a song that was an immediate hit in Italy despite the fact that the lyrics weren’t Italian. It’s an upbeat and catchy tune that has an irresistible beat and an awesome not-so-secret-secret: its lyrics aren’t written in any language at all. With the exception of the words “all right,” they’re complete and utter gibberish.

The song is called “Prisencolinensinainciusol" and Celentano wrote it to mimic the way American English sounds to non-English speakers. Actually, he didn’t even write down the lyrics. They were improvised over a looped beat. Once you know this, the catchy tune becomes absolutely fascinating. This song was Celentano’s effort to explore language barriers and encourage people to communicate more.

"Ever since I started singing, I was very influenced by American music and everything Americans did," he tells Guy Raz, host of weekends on All Things Considered, through interpreter Sim Smiley.

"So at a certain point, because I like American slang — which, for a singer, is much easier to sing than Italian — I thought that I would write a song which would only have as its theme the inability to communicate," he says. "And to do this, I had to write a song where the lyrics didn’t mean anything."

"Prisencolinensinainciusol" was recored by Adriano Celentano and his wife, performer-turned-producer Claudia Mori, but the wonderful performance seen in this video shows Celentano singing with showgirl Raffaella Carrà, who danced and lip-synched to Mori’s vocals.

Now if you really want to mess with your brain, click here to watch a version of the song that’s been subtitled to make it seem as though the gibberish is actually English.

[via Mark’s Scrapbook and NPR]

People get used to anything. The less you think about your oppression, the more your tolerance for it grows. After a while, people just think oppression is the normal state of things. But to become free, you have to be acutely aware of being a slave.

― Assata Shakur, Assata: An Autobiography (via florxdexrebeldiax)

this is what my Assata earrings say !

(via memoriasconsazon)

tashabilities:

positivebeatsthenegative:

cardiocutie:

Guys you don’t understand how awesome this is. This pattern happens everywhere. It happens on flowers and pinecones absolutely vegetables, it happens all around you. If you don’t think that’s like the realist shit ever i don’t understand you.It’s insane how the universe is literally full of beauty to the point that we can’t even see some of it. Beautiful down to the way it moves.

this is so cool

Fibonacci like WHOA

tashabilities:

positivebeatsthenegative:

cardiocutie:

Guys you don’t understand how awesome this is. This pattern happens everywhere. It happens on flowers and pinecones absolutely vegetables, it happens all around you. If you don’t think that’s like the realist shit ever i don’t understand you.It’s insane how the universe is literally full of beauty to the point that we can’t even see some of it. Beautiful down to the way it moves.

this is so cool

Fibonacci like WHOA