Grindcore breathes the life of others

So for some reason, before we got to see what Grindcore is in the comics, this is what I pictured it being right after hearing its name: A artificially sentient machine, serving as a base and prison for the Decepticons, that survives on Autobots and Decepticon traitors being hooked up to its outer walls and draining the energy from them, not enough to kill them though, so it can grow and engulf its victims, which means Grindcore itself is made of people slowly being turned into walls and machinery and becoming a huge living battery.
I don’t know why this immediately came to my head, but when I heard “Grindcore”, my first thought was “Grindcore is a machine powered by prisoners’ bodies”. 

i also think the term white feminist gets a lot of people confused over what intersectional feminism actually includes. i feel that limiting intersectional feminism to arguments including only racial issues is discluding in itself. if you call yourself an intersectional feminist, if you pride yourself in being “all-inclusive”, you can’t put people on blast for having a low level job, having class based prejudices means you’re not fighting for true equality. advancing the position of middle/upper class women, whatever their race, isn’t fighting for true equality. because that’s what feminism should be: a fight for equality. and that means giving lower/middle class women and people equal opportunities. it means giving those in the lgbtqa+ community equal opportunities. it means giving disabled people equal opportunities. talking only about issues convenient to you is not at all progressive. only giving shallow and watered down statements on important topics to boost your own image is not progressive. how can you say you’re advancing the position of women in society if you only care about women like yourself.


Kane Appreciation Day - Favorite Promo 

Raw: April 20, 2015 

“You are nothing but a spoiled little punk who’s been given everything and thinks that he earned it! You’re only champion because we made you champion! I handed you the Money in the Bank contract myself. Seth do you really think anything would be different if we had recruited Dean Ambrose instead of you?! Hell, if we’d have wanted to we could have made El Torito champion!”

This had to have been one of my favorite Raws, being the fact I was there to witness it! 


Light Cube - Panta Rei by Luis H. Vicencio, Fabrizio Guarrasi, and Mattia Antonetti

The Panta rei metaphor (translated from Greek: everything flows) refers to the thought of Heraclitus who writes that “everything moves and nothing stands still.” The artifact emphasizes the becoming of reality as a changing entity that renews and transforms. In this process of transformation, the light acts as narrative actant, produces plays and directs the action, highlighting the changed sensitive forms in time. The dynamic image of mutamento, the transition from one condition to another, is returned by a succession of bright moments that describe the interior space to the artifact, a layered volume of alternating full and empty, surrounded by four wooden walls. Light experiences morphological change; language and aesthetics are expressed, synthesizing the concept of transformation over time through the movement of light.