reservoir-fantasy:

"I’m following him.”

"So tell me that I’m not a rapper
Tell Rudolph he can’t pull sleighs
Tell Pluto it’s not a planet, 
It’ll probably keep spinning in the same ole’ way”
-Watsky

juliettegorewhore:

sometimes I wonder what my former classmates are doing now”- Annie Hall  (1977) 

GPOY?

turntableclarity:

redcentaurea:

zombiewhored:

This is so creepy. You can see the ghost plain as day.

OH MY GOSH this is freaking creepy X(

dude i almost pissed myself


Omg

turntableclarity:

redcentaurea:

zombiewhored:

This is so creepy. You can see the ghost plain as day.

OH MY GOSH this is freaking creepy X(

dude i almost pissed myself

Omg

adamwarrock:

New music video (watch now)
New album (pre-order now)
Video’s at 6,700+ views in only a couple of days, and pre-orders are now open for the new album. Album release date November 5, featuring illustrious guests! Like the following!
-James Urbaniak (voice of Dr. Venture) -MC Frontalot-Louis Logic-Danny Baranowsky (Super Meat Boy)-Greg Alsop of Tokyo Police Club-Schaffer the Darklord
…and more! 

adamwarrock:

New music video (watch now)

New album (pre-order now)

Video’s at 6,700+ views in only a couple of days, and pre-orders are now open for the new album. Album release date November 5, featuring illustrious guests! Like the following!

-James Urbaniak (voice of Dr. Venture) 
-MC Frontalot
-Louis Logic
-Danny Baranowsky (Super Meat Boy)
-Greg Alsop of Tokyo Police Club
-Schaffer the Darklord

…and more! 

thehumanzee:

[X]

i remember reading in avc’s random roles that this was one of mark hamill’s favorite gigs.

Andy, your CA article on Fangasm was a prodigious Matt Taibbi/ Thomas Frank style takedown. I hope my reaction to the "geek revolution" or mass popularization of comics/sf fandom over the last decade or so is not sour grapes or "get off my lawn"-ism. But it does seem like the corporate mediaplex exploiting another flavor of the moment before moving on to eat whatever's next. Anyway, nice work, sir. Geoff

xtrmntr:

I think your/our reaction to the “geek revolution” is indeed a form of “get off my lawn.” It’s just a weird fact of life that stuff can become less fun when it gets watered down for the masses. I think what bugs a lot of geeks isn’t so much that geek became chic, it’s that the honeymoon of sexy, hard-won cultural legitimacy is over and now we’re living in the loveless marriage of cultural ubiquity. Just gotta deal with it; the party’s over. 

The point I was trying to make at the end of that piece was that whatever the status of the scene — of any scene —  the most important thing is the work around which the supposed culture exists. Nerds (especially in the nerd media) don’t talk about what we love about things anymore; about what they mean to us. We just celebrate a thing’s basic existence as a validation of our own. That’s why something like Fangasm seemed like a good idea to somebody.  

Thanks for the compliment. I would like to think of myself as the Matt Taibbi of stuff that does not matter. 

Love this.