so i’ve seen all three episodes of tim and eric’s bedtimes stories so far, and i gotta say i’m kind of let down. the first episode was pretty funny, not gonna lie it ha that very classic awesome show feel to it, but the production level was much higher. the second episode was alright. i didn’t like laugh out loud watching it, it was just kind of whatever.

now. the third episode. “toes”. this was… disturbing. i get what they were doing, i really do. but still, like there was nothing funny about this at all. i couldn’t even look at the screen for a lot of it. again, i got what they were doing, but like did they have to do it? they really pushed the boundaries of “what can we put on tv. how fucked up and surreal can we make something” it was dark humor, without the humor. pure nightmare television.

and i’ve noticed this has been something adult swim has been pushing recently. squidbillies is back, super jail is back, and now we have that new mr. pickles show which is literally just madness animated. there’s nothing redeeming about that show, it doesn’t use the insanity to fuel anything other than pure insanity. and honestly it worries me that adult swim is going back to it’s older, less alt comedy more fucked insane shit. it just feels like it’s been years since i last saw flcl, or harvey birdman. and for a while when they were running those bumps that were like time lapse panoramas? those were amazing. like, some of the best bump work adult swim has ever done. and now… now it’s just this. i dunno.

skankee-doodle:

thewomanfromitaly:

lareinaana:

arienreign:

Why isn’t anyone talking about this?
http://www.dailydot.com/news/darrien-hunt-shot-by-police-while-cosplaying/

Watch non black cosplayers and lovers of cosplay stay silent on this.

Man what in the FUCK

Are you fuckin SERIOUS

diarrheaworldstarhiphop:

Man Shoots at Intruders, Turns Out it was a No-Knock Police Raid. Now He Faces the Death Penalty
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On Friday, May 9, 2014, just after 5:30am in Killeen, Texas, Marvin Louis Guy was the target of a no knock raid.The officers were looking for drugs, yet none were found in the home.  There was some questionable paraphernalia, but nothing indicative of drug dealing- or anything damning enough for a reasonable person to feel the need to take an officers life.Unfortunately the danger of no-knock raids is real. just ask the parents of baby Bou or the family of Detective Dinwiddie.Detective Dinwiddie was one of the SWAT officers who broke into Guy’s house on May 9th, based on a seemingly bogus informant tip off about drugs being dealt from the home.Likely alarmed by the men climbing through his windows at 5:30 in the morning, Guy and his wife sought to protect themselves and their property and fired on the intruders- in self defense.Dinwiddie, along with three other officers were shot while attempting to breach the windows to the home, according to the department’s press release.“The TRU was beginning to breach the window when the 49 year old male inside, opened fire striking four officers.”Since the shooting occurred during the break in, a reasonable person would assume they had not yet identified themselves as police officers.  How on earth is this not self defense?Prosecutors are now seeking the death penalty against Guy. He is charged with capital murder in Dinwiddie’s death, as well as three counts of attempted capital murder for firing on the other officers during the shootout, injuring one other officer. Body armor protected others who were hit.This announcement, given by the prosecutor in open court, comes one day after Governor Rick Perry presented  Dinwiddie’s family with the Star of Texas award. This award is given out each year to police and first responders killed or injured in the line of duty, the Killeen Daily Herald reported.Let’s flash back to December, in Texas, for a moment.On December 19, also just before 6am, Burleson County Sgt. Adam Sowders, led a team in a no-knock marijuana raid on Henry Goedrich Magee’s mobile home in Somerville.Also startled by these intruders, Magee opened fire, fearing for the safety of himself and his then pregnant girlfriend.Sowders was unfortunately killed among the chaos.In February, just a few months before the fateful raid in Killeen, all charges against Magee were dropped when a Texas grand jury refused to indict, based on them believing he feared for his safety and that this was a reasonable act of self defense.With such similar circumstances and such intensely opposite repercussions one cant help but try to find the differences.Most obvious? Guy is black and Magee is white. Also, take note of the difference in photos used in the press.
Self defense is a right for all, and no knock raids not only pose a danger to dogs, children, and communities in general- but officers as well.  Maybe its time tore-think that strategy.We need to end the war on drugs and put an end to this violence.Estimates show that the total number of SWAT deployments across the country has increased from a few hundred per year in the 1970s, to a few thousand per year in the 80s, and in 2010, the Washington Times reported estimates being as high as 50,000 per year.Many of these are for nonviolent misdemeanor drug offenses, not big time drug kingpins.  Should we really be risking lives of citizens and officers, over what someone chooses to put into their own body?For more information on botched paramilitary raids, check out this shocking and interactive map from Radley Balko.Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/prosecutor-seeking-death-penalty-officer-killed-knock-raid/#J35diBlpO3wRKB8f.99

diarrheaworldstarhiphop:

Man Shoots at Intruders, Turns Out it was a No-Knock Police Raid. Now He Faces the Death Penalty

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On Friday, May 9, 2014, just after 5:30am in Killeen, Texas, Marvin Louis Guy was the target of a no knock raid.

The officers were looking for drugs, yet none were found in the home.  There was some questionable paraphernalia, but nothing indicative of drug dealing- or anything damning enough for a reasonable person to feel the need to take an officers life.

Unfortunately the danger of no-knock raids is real. just ask the parents of baby Bou or the family of Detective Dinwiddie.

Detective Dinwiddie was one of the SWAT officers who broke into Guy’s house on May 9th, based on a seemingly bogus informant tip off about drugs being dealt from the home.

Likely alarmed by the men climbing through his windows at 5:30 in the morning, Guy and his wife sought to protect themselves and their property and fired on the intruders- in self defense.

Dinwiddie, along with three other officers were shot while attempting to breach the windows to the home, according to the department’s press release.

“The TRU was beginning to breach the window when the 49 year old male inside, opened fire striking four officers.”
Since the shooting occurred during the break in, a reasonable person would assume they had not yet identified themselves as police officers.  How on earth is this not self defense?

Prosecutors are now seeking the death penalty against Guy. He is charged with capital murder in Dinwiddie’s death, as well as three counts of attempted capital murder for firing on the other officers during the shootout, injuring one other officer. Body armor protected others who were hit.

This announcement, given by the prosecutor in open court, comes one day after Governor Rick Perry presented  Dinwiddie’s family with the Star of Texas award. This award is given out each year to police and first responders killed or injured in the line of duty, the Killeen Daily Herald reported.

Let’s flash back to December, in Texas, for a moment.

On December 19, also just before 6am, Burleson County Sgt. Adam Sowders, led a team in a no-knock marijuana raid on Henry Goedrich Magee’s mobile home in Somerville.

Also startled by these intruders, Magee opened fire, fearing for the safety of himself and his then pregnant girlfriend.

Sowders was unfortunately killed among the chaos.

In February, just a few months before the fateful raid in Killeen, all charges against Magee were dropped when a Texas grand jury refused to indict, based on them believing he feared for his safety and that this was a reasonable act of self defense.

With such similar circumstances and such intensely opposite repercussions one cant help but try to find the differences.

Most obvious? Guy is black and Magee is white. Also, take note of the difference in photos used in the press.


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Self defense is a right for all, and no knock raids not only pose a danger to dogs, children, and communities in general- but officers as well.  Maybe its time to
re-think that strategy.

We need to end the war on drugs and put an end to this violence.

Estimates show that the total number of SWAT deployments across the country has increased from a few hundred per year in the 1970s, to a few thousand per year in the 80s, and in 2010, the Washington Times reported estimates being as high as 50,000 per year.

Many of these are for nonviolent misdemeanor drug offenses, not big time drug kingpins.  Should we really be risking lives of citizens and officers, over what someone chooses to put into their own body?

For more information on botched paramilitary raids, check out this shocking and interactive map from Radley Balko.


Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/prosecutor-seeking-death-penalty-officer-killed-knock-raid/#J35diBlpO3wRKB8f.99

terribleterribleterrible:

Coming this winter with Space Face Books!

terribleterribleterrible:

Coming this winter with Space Face Books!

fevrier:

"Honey" is live! <3

Please reblog!

jetgreguar:

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poldberg:

While there is a lot of appropriate rage about Ferguson right now, the killing of John Crawford, III is getting less attention than it deserves. I put Shaun King’s tweets and history lesson on the matter in chronological order for easier consumption.

Links:

Autopsy and video show John Crawford shot from behind in Wal-Mart

Witness in murder of John Crawford changes story

You really should be following Shaun King on Twitter.

i’m probably going to stream on friday or this weekend. not really sure. it’ll probably be banjo kazooie since i’m almost done with that. i’ll post an update later with more specific times. i’ll be streaming here http://instagib.tv/arcadetoast

fevrier:

FÉVRIER // HONEY
—
HONEY
IN THE AMBER SEA
AMPELISCA
PHILOMELA
BOOK
PORCH LIGHT
IN THE AMBIENT AIR
FUR LOOP
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SEPTEMBER 16TH // BANDCAMP

fevrier:

FÉVRIER // HONEY

  1. HONEY
  2. IN THE AMBER SEA
  3. AMPELISCA
  4. PHILOMELA
  5. BOOK
  6. PORCH LIGHT
  7. IN THE AMBIENT AIR
  8. FUR LOOP

SEPTEMBER 16TH // BANDCAMP