radicalreaper:

holy mother of god

SOURCE DAMMIT

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pygalgia replied to your post “Speaking of reefer-enos, today I legally purchased legal marijuana at…”

jealous…

What a time to be alive.  It’s so surreal, though.  I was expecting kind of a hippie head shop vibe from the place but it was like being in an Apple store.  An Apple store where all the customers are extremely nervous and expecting the police.

soilrockslove:

hellomynameismaddy:

did you know that disabled people hold the record for the longest occupation of a US federal building?

disabled people are hardcore and don’t you forget it

And the Black Panthers helped by bringing food!

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Speaking of reefer-enos, today I legally purchased legal marijuana at the legal marijuana store legally.

It was surreal.

anniewu:

You know I love my romance comic covers (see: HAWKEYE #8). Marvel’s been doing some fun Deadpool 75th anniversary variants, and I got to draw this take on an old Patsy Walker cover for BLACK WIDOW #11 (Sept 10 I am wrong). Check out the original on CBR.

anniewu:

You know I love my romance comic covers (see: HAWKEYE #8). Marvel’s been doing some fun Deadpool 75th anniversary variants, and I got to draw this take on an old Patsy Walker cover for BLACK WIDOW #11 (Sept 10 I am wrong). Check out the original on CBR.

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kellysue:

Avengers Assemble #9

Stefano Caselli is soooo good. Those expressions!

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"Along the shore the cloud waves break,
The twin suns sink beneath the lake,
The shadows lengthen
In Carcosa.

Strange is the night where black stars rise,
And strange moons circle through the skies
But stranger still is
Lost Carcosa.

Songs that the Hyades shall sing,
Where flap the tatters of the King,
Must die unheard in
Dim Carcosa.

Song of my soul, my voice is dead;
Die thou, unsung, as tears unshed
Shall dry and die in
Lost Carcosa."

The King in Yellow, Robert W. Chambers

"I was the first female captain to walk onto the bridge of a starship and issue the signature command, “Engage.” I was also the first captain to have more than seven hairdos within a season, a corset sewn into her space suit, and a bra that resembled an alien species. I was puffed and shorn and stuffed and lit and scrutinized by every executive on the lot. I was criticized and cajoled, alternatively patronized and petted. It’s as if they had all gone out of their way to find this exotic animal who could, in fact, walk and talk and act at the same time, and yet when she appeared on deck, they were stunned to discover that under that feline coat was, God help us, a feline."

— "The Influence of Captain Janeway" by Kate Mulgrew (Foreward to Homer Simpson Marches on Washington: Dissent through American Popular Culture, 2010)

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