The Sisters Of Mercy - This Corrosion HQ
so i just spent an hour recreating EVERY SINGLE INSTRUMENTAL PART of cruel angel’s thesis on kazoo
Listen/purchase: Miami (Single) by Reapers
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Police again force protesters to keep moving or face arrest.
Vine- "We have been very lenient." - officer
do not take your eyes off ferguson
they don’t even turn the body cams on anyways sigh
So last night cops arrested 7 protesters, then turned to the rest of the protesters and told them “we’ll release them without bond if you leave (stop protesting)”
They literally turned their own dubiously legal arrests into a hostage situation. They took hostages. Ferguson PD is a terrorist organization and they aren’t even trying to hide that fact any more.
Look at this
Tiny Impressions: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS ⊟
[Tiny Cartridge contributor Francesco Dagostino has played the dickens out of the new Smash Bros. — bet you didn’t know Dickens was an unlockable character — and offers up his enthusiastic impressions here, including thoughts on the “portable” aspect of the new game. GIF via GeminiSparkW!]
Even after trying the E3 demo, in the back of my head I still worried that Super Smash Bros. for 3DS (urgh, what a bad name) would just not work. I don’t have a specific reason to justify this fear; it was a vague “Man, how will Nintendo turn this huge, complicated game into something that works on a portable system”?
While this new iteration of the Smash series was clearly built from the ground up to work on a tiny system, there’s nothing tiny about it: it’s super meaty! It’s full of content, and the game plays and looks better than its predecessor.
Junji Ito is a horror manga artist known for having a huge number of works and for being very good at telling extremely unsettling stories. I recently re-read all of Ito’s work, so I decided to create a compilation post of his best one-shots.
Reading Ito for the first time is both riveting and disgusting, so if you are a horror buff but unfamiliar with Ito (or even horror manga), I encourage you to take a look at some of these shorts. You won’t be disappointed.
All come with a warning for gore, body horror, and disturbing images, with extra warnings listed in parentheses after synopses. You can access all of his works here. Enjoy!
Anything but a Ghost - a man finds a girl on the side of the road, totally unresponsive and covered in blood.
Army of One - bodies keep appearing in various places, naked and stitched together with fishing line.
The Back Alley - a boy rents a room from a family and hears the sound of children playing in the back alley late at night.
The Bully - a girl becomes a playground bully when a young boy won’t leave her alone (child abuse).
The Chill - a boy is curious about a sick neighbor girl, which leads him to question his grandfather’s death (trypophobia).
Den of the Sleep Demon - a boy’s dream self tries to leave his body during his sleep, forcing him to stay awake for days on end.
Dissection Girl - a girl poses as a medical school cadaver in her quest to be dissected.
Enigma of Amigara Fault - an earthquake leads to the discovery of a mountainside full of human-shaped holes.
Fashion Model - a man is disturbed by a magazine model with an inhuman appearance.
Flesh-Colored Horror - a preschool teacher deals with an unruly child and his strange family.
Glyceride - a girl’s house and family are covered in a thick layer of grease.
Hanging Balloons - after an idol’s suicide, Tokyo’s citizens are tormented by malicious balloon versions of their own heads that have nooses instead of strings.
House of Puppets - raised by a puppeteer, a orphaned pair of siblings find their long-lost brother, only to learn that he and his new family are now living as puppets.
Human Chair - an author, having trouble writing due to her uncomfortable desk chair, goes on a search for a new chair.
Long Dream - a man is hospitalized for dreams that continue to feel longer and longer until he is dreaming millennia.
Long Hair In The Attic - a girl’s boyfriend breaks up with her, and she decides to cut off the hair she grew out for him.
Love as Scripted - a girl falls for a notorious ladies man in her theater troupe.
My Dear Ancestors - a girl suffers from amnesia and her boyfriend tries to help her recover (centipedes)
Penpal - a side story in the Oshikiri universe about a girl who is locked in a fight with her three penpals.
Red Turtleneck - a man struggles to hold his almost-decapitated head to his neck without severing nerves or blood vessels.
The Thing That Drifted Ashore - a deep-sea monster washes up on the beach (trypophobia).
Town Without Streets - a story about a girl’s experience with: a stalker, a family that can’t stop creating peepholes in her room, an extremely strange town, and Jack the Ripper.
The Window Next Door - a family moves into a new house, and the neighbor woman terrorizes their son at night.
The Woman Next Door - in a girl’s apartment building, there is an apartment occupied by mysterious women who wear all black.
Protesters are angry about these strange negotiations to release protesters. What kind of practice is this?
When police start using terrorist hijacker tactics… WTF
Wow. The DoJ needs to come in and start that whole fucking police force all over again, from the ground up.
If people who weren’t wearing uniforms were doing this it would be criminal. It should be criminal. When bank robbers do this, it’s still criminal. WHAT THE FUCK IS THE WHITE HOUSE DOING ABOUT THIS?
*swearing a blue streak*
Never forget that the Ferguson police left Mike Brown’s body out in the hot summer sun, uncovered for more than 5 hours. Sound familiar? #staywoke #farfromover