new jim

JRatW EP.32 : Radio Runaround is now available on iTunes, Stitcher, and various podcatchers.

Running a radio station is difficult with people running around.

Art by @anomalexie

Jim Robbie and the Wanderers is a bi-monthly radio drama podcast.

A troupe of musicians are traveling a surreal post-apocalyptic America with their robot companion Jim Robbie, entertaining and sticking their noses where they don’t belong. The United States that the Wanderers inhabit is full of all sorts of strange and wonderful surprises, from zombies, cactus people, underwater kingdoms to vampires, messed up physics and mad scientists.

A script for those who want to follow along, or who are hard of hearing is found on our website at jimrobbieandthewanderers.com

roses are red, violets are super

where the fuck are the stranger things bloopers

sry the prison industry as a whole, even state and federal prisons are just cheap ways to get slave labor, out of people society largely doesn’t give a shit about, and should be abolished. 

They aren’t about reformation, they aren’t about justice, they aren’t even about punishment, they’re about profit.

INFP Musicians

Kurt Cobain (Nirvana)

Tyler Joseph (Twenty One Pilots)

Jordan Witzigreuter (The Ready Set)

John Lennon (The Beatles)

Jesse Lacey (Brand New)



Jim Morrison (the Doors)



Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance)

Alex Turner (The Arctic Monkeys)

Adam Young (Owl City)

The clock has been turned back on racial progress in America, though scarcely anyone seems to notice. All eyes are fixed on people like Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey, who have defied the odds and risen to power, fame, and fortune. For those left behind, especially those within prison walls, the celebration of racial triumph in America must seem a tad premature. More black men are imprisoned today than at any other moment in our nation’s history. More are disenfranchised today than in 1870, the year the Fifteenth Amendment was ratified prohibiting laws that explicitly deny the right to vote on the basis of race. Young black men today may be just as likely to suffer discrimination in employment, housing, public benefits, and jury service as a black man in the Jim Crow era–discrimination that is perfectly legal, because it is based on one’s criminal record.
—  Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow
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screencaps from “Star Trek: Beyond”

I spent some time cropping these and adjusting their color saturation, but I don’t claim them to be “mine” or even “my edits” since I’m sure other people can do it much more expertly. So if you wanna download them or even repost them, feel free. Enjoy the beauty of Bones and Jim Kirk! <3