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Dextromethorphan is a hell of a drug.
Cough syrup our mad bad sad glad brother
The whole thing is just banal. And he can’t say “Does the,” it has to be “does tha.”
Ah, everybody’s a critic….
Does the universe need any of us to exist?
i made this https://www.math.lsu.edu/~verrill/origami/parabola/
I enjoy thinking of comics as the mobile, flexing grid that moves across the curves of time and space and is infinitely viewable at any angle or perspective of sight
cant wait for origami comics to hit the lamestream
you exist in multiple instances across a variety of spaces
comics acknowledges the separation of selves while intuiting a continuity
i feel disconnected from my previous selves (age 5, age 18, etc) and this causes me anxiety
comics seems to address this anxiety
or the idea of comics addresses this
for the schizophrenic it can be a therapeutic medium (perhaps)
as much as I would like to say that Tom Crippen ‘gets it’ for laffs or even for correctness in the sense that lolcat chamber pop is a weak genre worthy of derisiveness, he probably doesn’t care
and neither do i. at all.
juice but actually JUICe
@blaise, i tentatively agree. comics can be a totalizing medium in terms of embracing nostalgic scenarios with futuristic ones. i do think it’s timeless.
there’s a frame that can be effortlessly moved. it is helpful for ppl, i do not want to say more
“””””””””””””””””””””happiness is easy”””””””””””””””””””””””
i can’t wait.
Never hullucinate again.
Chipper, cheerful, less fun.
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Junji Ito’s Tomie stories and fear of a Japanese matriarchy.
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