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April
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I’d like to dedicate this re-blog to the dude who I spent hours arguing with today on FB about whether targeting male geeks/fans who send female writers (specifically Janelle Asselin) rape threats is immoral because “all sexism is wrong and it’s not right to just focus on one kind”. Fuck right off.

I’d like to dedicate this re-blog to the dude who I spent hours arguing with today on FB about whether targeting male geeks/fans who send female writers (specifically Janelle Asselin) rape threats is immoral because “all sexism is wrong and it’s not right to just focus on one kind”. Fuck right off.

1 day ago 155 notes

Oh damn, I have a Tumblr! 

(I keep forgetting to update it)

1 day ago

manifest05:

B018 in Beirut by Bernard Khoury in 1998. B018 is a music club on the site of the ‘Quarantaine’, a refugee quarter wiped out in an attack in January 1976. The project is built below ground -embedded in a concrete drum - to avoid the exposure of a mass that could be seen as a rhetorical monument. At rest, it is almost invisible. It comes to life in the late hours of the night when its articulated roof constructed in heavy metal retracts hydraulically, exposing the club to the world above.

Back in the 1980s while Lebanon was still amidst war, Naji Gebran believed in music as therapy to ease the stress of the war. He started organizing parties, under the name Musical Therapy, at his chalet. According to Bethan Ryder in his book, Bar and Club, parties were later code-named B 018 due to the chalet’s location 18 kilometers north of Beirut. Others have attributed the name, B 018, to the security, access-code number of the chalet. Another urban legend claimed that the number or the address of the chalet was B 018. In any case, the parties became so popular and overcrowded that in 1993, Naji moved them to a warehouse in an industrial area of Sin El Fil. The club was then officially Christened B 018.

In 1998, Bernard Khoury was hired to build a new home for B 018 at the Quarantaine, the neighborhood that witnessed some of the most horrific atrocities during the war. The plot of land where the club was built was believed to be the site of the former Palestinian camp. In his design, Khoury wanted to arouse bottled-up remembrances of the war and that was expressed in the club itself, which was sunk in the ground like a communal grave, and seats inside were shaped like coffins. The design of B 018 has been labeled as “war architecture”.The design included a circular iron plate that could be moved to cover the entire hypogeal night club at closing time so that from a bird’s-eye view, the club resembled a helicopter landing pad. During operation hours, the same covering plates could be lifted up, transforming the club into an open-air discotheque where revelers on the underground dance floor found themselves suddenly dancing under the starry sky of Beirut and their gyrating movements where reflected on the mirrored surfaces of the plates.

The club is one of Beirut’s most popular discothèques. It is often frequented by international celebrities such as Naomi Campbell. 

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2 weeks ago 691 notes

Stuff I’ve listened to the most this week, according to last.fm:

1.MØ

2. Psyclon Nine

3. Perfect Pussy

4. Thou

5. Shit Robot

2 weeks ago 1 note
Hey Where are you from?

Sudbury, then Toronto, and now Ottawa. 

daughter-of-the-stars:

"You hit like a girl," the strong female character says

"Stop being such a girl," the strong female character says

"Man up," the strong female character says

"Shut the fuck up," I whisper

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3 weeks ago 85,789 notes

christiannightmares:

Dungeons and Dragons booklet from the 1980s by the group Bothered About Dungeons & Dragons aka B.A.D.D. (For more info and the complete booklet, click here; For the heads up, thanks to Matt Stagg; For a related video, click here http://christiannightmares.tumblr.com/post/54963003055/satan-leads-a-game-of-dungeons-dragons-in-this)

3 weeks ago 311 notes

Looks like my folks will be visiting on the 10th/11th of May, which means I won’t be making to TCAF *or* the Ottawa Comiccon.

4 weeks ago

gameraboy:

Hawkeye #15

4 weeks ago 17 notes

forbiddenforrest:

Texturas by ahenav on Flickr.

4 weeks ago 10 notes

vuls:

In Deep Mourning by Leni Riefenstahl

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4 weeks ago 1,330 notes

funk-stars:

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sn4ke-eyes:

The loop is too fucking perfect.

sn4ke-eyes:

The loop is too fucking perfect.

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