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  • Her name is Malitia(That from Latin insidiousness means).
  • Its strength is that it can control the thoughts of people, provoking the man on that either, can easily get out of the difficult situation, of course, using cunning and insidiousness: not always, but in some specific cases it can show past and even help anyone.
  • Don’t know it looks half as Octopus because I wanted to, and even octopuses are very cute on my account.
  • She is very young, so really all his abilities do not know.
  • I am a redhead entered into a pact with her grandmother when she was in 5th grade, she helped me get out of a very awkward situations.
  • Well guess so far enough, more precisely I don’t know what else you can write about it.
  • I hope you enjoy my daemon. I trying very hard.С:
    Forgive for my English I am not able to write normally on it :D

nimikins tagged me in this handwritten meme!  However, I seem to remember some months ago that insidiousmuppet also tagged me on this and I completely forgot about it.

1. Name
2. URL
3. Title
4. Favorite color
5. Crush 
6. Write something in all caps
7. Favorite band/artist
8. Favorite number
9. Favorite drink
10. Tag someone

I Tag musicienne, mustachioedwalrus, and insidiousmuppet (who should do it again, but WITH BAD HANDWRITING)

“Welcome Home” by Cassette Fighter
from Mattress Blowout Sale
$1 digital pre-order
cassette out on Cassette Store Day 2014

Pre-order the digital EP on Cassette Fighter’s Bandcamp, and you’ll be eligible to enter a cassette giveaway! Just send the band an email at cassettefighter[at]gmail.com guessing how long the EP is in minutes and seconds. The closest guess wins a limited-edition cassette of the EP, with free shipping to the US and discounted shipping elsewhere.

Cassette Fighter’s newest extended play, Mattress Blowout Sale, found the band slowly wandering along a winding road, away from their usual sound. The EP, which will be Cassette Fighter’s last before the release of their first full-length album, explores the sounds of acoustic ambience, surf rock, chill-out, and synthpop. Along the way, Cassette Fighter’s dual queer frontwomen offer an insidious hand to guide you through the Mattress Blowout Sale with instrumental interludes and spoken-word tracks.

The exclusive cassette release in celebration of Cassette Store Day this year comes on a transparent smoky cassette, labeled on both sides, with a full-color J-card cover featuring photography by ant.

released in partnership with GTB
GTB054 / CR10

http://cassettefighter.bandcamp.com
http://collectedrecordings.bandcamp.com

COLLECTED RECORDINGS ON CASSETTE STORE DAY 2014
Mattress Blowout Sale by Cassette Fighter
GTB054 / CR10
(C?? [see contest below], experimental pop)

Cassette Fighter’s newest extended play, Mattress Blowout Sale, found the band slowly wandering along a winding road, away from their usual sound. The EP, which will be Cassette Fighter’s last before the release of their first full-length album, explores the sounds of acoustic ambience, surf rock, chill-out, and synthpop. Along the way, Cassette Fighter’s dual queer frontwomen offer an insidious hand to guide you through the Mattress Blowout Sale with instrumental interludes and spoken-word tracks.

Pre-order the digital EP on Cassette Fighter’s Bandcamp, and you’ll be eligible to enter a cassette giveaway! Just send the band an email at cassettefighter[at]gmail.com guessing how long the EP is in minutes and seconds. The closest guess wins a limited-edition cassette of the EP, with free shipping to the US and discounted shipping elsewhere.

The exclusive cassette release in celebration of Cassette Store Day this year comes on a transparent smoky cassette, labeled on both sides, with a full-color J-card cover featuring photography by ant.

Collected Recordings and GTB are participating in Cassette Store Day 2014 in the U.S., alongside releases from artists like J Dilla, Madvillain, Vivian Girls, Best Coast, They Might Be Giants, Cloud Nothings, Dntel, and Radiator Hospital. We’re releasing four different tapes—two new releases and two reissues from GTB’s catalog—and we’ll be announcing them each day this week.

Listen to the first two tracks released, “Welcome Home” and “Arson”, and let your local participating store know that you’d like to get a copy on cassette!

cassettefighter.bandcamp.com
gtbrecs.com
collectedrecordings.com

I think I’m just tired of people telling me what I should think, what I should act like, what I should believe in, what ideology I should adopt, who I should worship. It’s the same thing, over and over again. What’s labelled as progress is simply masked as another cycle of insidious oppression resurfacing. You could literally sit there for hours and deconstruct why an artist’s video is satire and force me to applaud their critique and brilliance, and I could still disagree. They do what they do, I do what I do. Feminism is an umbrella term for an enormous ideological system in which individuals will continuously argue and debate over its “proper” form. 

What feminists must understand is that we’ll disagree (and agree) over a plethora of topics. We’ll find that our understandings of feminism will change over time, and our identification with feminism, as well. It’s quite simple to be passive aggressive over others who differ in their ideological viewpoints. It’s a lot harder to sit down, discuss, and critique together. 

What we, as people, need to recognize is that there are a lot of self-serving feminists out there who will try to exploit you and your will in the name of “feminism” and will be quick to demean you and your views. You need to learn to recognize this harmful behaviour and distance yourself from these types of people. They exist in all ideological movements. Just because you disagree with their point of view, doesn’t make yours or theirs necessarily wrong. Ideologies are a lot more complicated than right or wrong.

premise of this was pmuch that Shockwave said some shit like making a super warrior out of Megatron and OP’s CNA and Starscream heard that and was all like “If I had THAT body then [insidious desperate plotting]” and Shockwave manipulated that so that Starscream would do the dirty work/act as a scapegoat if shit went down. Also pmuch sabotaged the whole “giving Starscream a body” thing by sparking Guiltaur because all that science would go to waste if Star was in it.

Ta-dah~

idk if that makes sense but I like it.

i’m not saying people should put more faith in alternative therapy than stuff that there’s actual empirical evidence of working but honestly when you have something that’s found to be “no more effective than placebo” where there’s no effective treatment available you have to recognise that placebo’s actually potentially pretty effective like if someone with fibro feels better after using a magnetic blanket or some shit that’s better than nothing right? there’s no evidence of SSRIs as a treatment for depression being “more effective than placebo” and yet if you go to a gp with depressive symptoms they will offer you an SSRI because drug companies are very effective advertisers, which is exactly the same as what alternative therapists do just on a much larger and more insidious scale 

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5 Seconds of Summer - Try Hard

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The problem is that white people see racism as conscious hate, when racism is bigger than that. Racism is a complex system of social and political levers and pulleys set up generations ago to continue working on the behalf of whites at other people’s expense, whether whites know/like it or not. Racism is an insidious cultural disease. It is so insidious that it doesn’t care if you are a white person who likes black people; it’s still going to find a way to infect how you deal with people who don’t look like you. Yes, racism looks like hate, but hate is just one manifestation. Privilege is another. Access is another. Ignorance is another. Apathy is another. And so on. So while I agree with people who say no one is born racist, it remains a powerful system that we’re immediately born into. It’s like being born into air: you take it in as soon as you breathe. It’s not a cold that you can get over. There is no anti-racist certification class. It’s a set of socioeconomic traps and cultural values that are fired up every time we interact with the world. It is a thing you have to keep scooping out of the boat of your life to keep from drowning in it. I know it’s hard work, but it’s the price you pay for owning everything.
—  Scott Woods
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