Neko

have you seen the yellow sign

gutter-proletarian:

zombiegraycat:

i think it’s reached the point where i can’t blame gutter-proletarian for all the nerds that follow me. i have to accept that they find me on their own and choose to follow me because i too am a nerd.

I’m glad you understand now.

i swear to god tho if i get more nerd followers after you reblogging this… :D

i think it’s reached the point where i can’t blame gutter-proletarian for all the nerds that follow me. i have to accept that they find me on their own and choose to follow me because i too am a nerd.

blackdoomdeath:

Mammoth Grinder - Underworlds (2013)

blackdoomdeath:

Mammoth Grinder - Underworlds (2013)

blackdoomdeath:

Spectral Lore - II (2007)

When you live in the dark for so long, you begin to love it. And it loves you back, and isn’t that the point? You think, the face turns to the shadows, and just as well. It accepts, it heals, it allows.



But it also devours.

Carver, Raymond. Late Fragment.
(via wordsnquotes)

marxism-leninism-maoism:

The difference between socialist China and capitalist China in these posters is so very striking.

We have armed and fully dressed women. The camera is looking either straight at them, or up towards them. They are active, performing work. Looking off into the distance, in the socialist visionary style.

They are people to look up to, people unto themselves. Heroes and role models for women and men alike.

Then we have unarmed, semi-undressed women. The camera looks down upon them, or straight at them. They look at the camera or at objects. The viewer acts more upon them than they act upon the world themselves.

The one woman we do see in uniform is disarmed, guitar in place of rifle.

sixpenceee:

So I found online versions of popular gothic/horror novels. Enjoy and feel free to add to this list!
FRANKENSTEIN BY MARY SHELLEY
THE CASTLE OF OTRANTO BY HORACE WALPOLE  (known as the first gothic novel)
DRACULA BY BRAM STOKER
REBECCA BY DAPHNE DU MAURIER (I read this one, perfect creepiness, tragic romance and a plot twist that will leave you with your mouth hanging open)
MYSTERIES OF UDOLOPHO BY ANN RADCLIFFE
ALL STORIES BY EDGAR ALLEN POE
ALL POEMS BY EDGAR ALLEN POE
WRITINGS OF H.P LOVECRAFT (regarded as one of the best horror writers)
STEPHEN KING NOVELS
THE SHINING
MISERY
PET SEMATARY
SALEM’S LOT
THE STAND
DOCTOR SLEEP
BAG OF BONES
DIFFERENT SEASONS
THE DEAD ZONE
THE GREEN MILE
DARK TOWER 1: THE GUN SLINGER
INSOMNIA
CUJO
SKELETON CREW
THE EXORCIST BY WILLIAM PETER BLATTY
AMERICAN PSYCHO BY BRET EASTON ELLIS
HELL HOUSE BY RICHARD MATHESON
THE TURN OF THE SCREW BY HENRY JAMES
THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE BY SHIRLEY JACKSON
THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS BY THOMAS HARRIS
ROSEMARY’S BABY BY IRA LEVIN
BOOKS OF BLOOD BY CLIVE BARKER
DAWN BY OCTAVIA BUTLER
GHOST STORIES OF AN ANTIQUARY BY M.R. JAMES
ORIGINAL GOOSEBUMPS BY R.L STONE (take a trip back to childhood)
WELCOME TO DEAD HOUSE
STAY OUT OF THE BASEMENT
MONSTER BLOOD
SAY CHEESE AND DIE
THE HAUNTED MASK
ONE DAY AT HORROR LAND
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DUMMY
VAMPIRE BREATH
GHOST CAMP 
HOW I GOT MY SHRUNKEN HEAD
THIS SITE HAD A LOT OF HIS BOOKS, JUST SCROLL DOWN
JOHNNY GOT HIS GUN BY DALTON TRUMBO
THE WOMAN IN BLACK BY SUSAN HILL
SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK BY ALVIN SCHWARTZ
I HAVE NO MOUTH AND I MUST SCREAM BY HARLAN ELLISON
PENPAL BY DATHAN AUERBACH (Let me just tell you this guy started out as a reddit user writing online horror stories and now he has a novel out, I’ve linked you to the terrifying story that got him famous, you can learn more about his novel here)
THE THIRTEENTH TALE BY DIANE SETTERFIELD
THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
THE WOMAN IN WHITE BY WILKIE COLLINS 
LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW BY WASHINGTON IRVING
Okay that’s all I got for now. This post took me 3 years to make. Feel free to add on to this list. 
If any of these novels have got you on the edge (*coughs* Stephen King) be sure to check out my masterpost of things to make you feel better when you get too scared.

sixpenceee:

So I found online versions of popular gothic/horror novels. Enjoy and feel free to add to this list!

FRANKENSTEIN BY MARY SHELLEY

THE CASTLE OF OTRANTO BY HORACE WALPOLE  (known as the first gothic novel)

DRACULA BY BRAM STOKER

REBECCA BY DAPHNE DU MAURIER (I read this one, perfect creepiness, tragic romance and a plot twist that will leave you with your mouth hanging open)

MYSTERIES OF UDOLOPHO BY ANN RADCLIFFE

ALL STORIES BY EDGAR ALLEN POE

ALL POEMS BY EDGAR ALLEN POE

WRITINGS OF H.P LOVECRAFT (regarded as one of the best horror writers)

STEPHEN KING NOVELS

THE EXORCIST BY WILLIAM PETER BLATTY

AMERICAN PSYCHO BY BRET EASTON ELLIS

HELL HOUSE BY RICHARD MATHESON

THE TURN OF THE SCREW BY HENRY JAMES

THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE BY SHIRLEY JACKSON

THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS BY THOMAS HARRIS

ROSEMARY’S BABY BY IRA LEVIN

BOOKS OF BLOOD BY CLIVE BARKER

DAWN BY OCTAVIA BUTLER

GHOST STORIES OF AN ANTIQUARY BY M.R. JAMES

ORIGINAL GOOSEBUMPS BY R.L STONE (take a trip back to childhood)

JOHNNY GOT HIS GUN BY DALTON TRUMBO

THE WOMAN IN BLACK BY SUSAN HILL

SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK BY ALVIN SCHWARTZ

I HAVE NO MOUTH AND I MUST SCREAM BY HARLAN ELLISON

PENPAL BY DATHAN AUERBACH (Let me just tell you this guy started out as a reddit user writing online horror stories and now he has a novel out, I’ve linked you to the terrifying story that got him famous, you can learn more about his novel here)

THE THIRTEENTH TALE BY DIANE SETTERFIELD

THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

THE WOMAN IN WHITE BY WILKIE COLLINS 

LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW BY WASHINGTON IRVING

Okay that’s all I got for now. This post took me 3 years to make. Feel free to add on to this list. 

If any of these novels have got you on the edge (*coughs* Stephen King) be sure to check out my masterpost of things to make you feel better when you get too scared.

Heterosexuals are just slutty I guess.
gutter-proletarian, on why straight people interpret everything that’s platonic as sexual tension or romance
As Bruno Latour has argued (and he is not the first) we have witnessed a strange shift of first and second nature. First nature represented the stuff that is unchangeable, that is usually what we mean we say something is natural, or talk about the world. Second nature is that which is produced by us. But in our era of global warming and the anthropocene, it is clear that the unchangeable first nature of the world is really second nature, something we can produce. Meanwhile, our economic systems, those things we clearly produce, have increasingly become seen as first nature, and inherently natural and unchangeable. And the results of this are clear and devastating. So much so that Fredric Jameson’s now famous quip “it is easier to imagine the end of the world than to imagine the end of capitalism,” came first as farce, then as tragedy.
From this fascinating article. (via cisyphus)