My mother did everything to encourage the general sensitiveness I had to visual stimulation.
Speak, Memory; Vladimir Nabokov
This is the game that kept me going to the arcades even after the NES came out. This is the game my boyhood best friend and I bonded over. Great memories all around. To another 25!
A kiss is a lovely trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous.
“…I see nothing for the treatment of my misery but the melancholy and very local palliative of articulate art.”
My birthday is coming up tomorrow. I'm tired of getting older.
I've played Dark Souls for 99 hours! and I'm still not done with the first playthrough. Oy vey.
It is not the artistic aptitudes that are secondary sexual characters as some shams and shamans have said; it is the other way around: sex is but the ancilla of art.
― Vladimir Nabokov
That's my PS3 up there, with Amy Pond as the wallpaper and the new gorgeous and fantastic youtube app installed. I want to praise the PlayStationNetwork for the value it provides b/c it is shaming the hell out xbox live right now. I decided to give it a try for 3 months and so far SONY has put up so many quality games for free up for PSN Plus members that I can't even keep up! And lets not forget that SOUNDSHAPES is the bomb. I can't wait to show it to my best friend and have her play with it hands on.
On this picture Elle reminds me of a young Emma Frost. If X-men: First Class had been kept completely young all around , she would of been a great White Queen. In the begining of Ultimate X-men, Profesor X was aged 24, which was a good age to give him in relation to him being in Love with Jean aged around 17. Anyways, in that series Emma was his ex-girlfriend which I found interesting.
I lost a friend 3 years ago because of this blog. I was thinking about her and then a few hours later I got this fortune.
"Curiosity is insubordination in it's purest form"
It's a rare day, when it all sort of comes together like this. This morning I decided my best course of action would be to move back home. Later on I saw this panel in Dr Manhattan #1, and it all made me think of this song:
at least the lyrics mean something. makes me think of Prince.
From Before Watchmen: Rorscach #1. The writer for this series is hit and miss with me. Loved his series "100 Bullets" (why it hasn't been made into a show on HBO is beyond me), hated his work on Superman a few years back. My issues with it: Rorscach's voice over writings are typed instead of handwritten. eh, he's homeless ok, where and when does he have time to sit down and type this shit? such a lame oversight. Also he gets a batman type of villan to deal with. YAWN.
My buddy Chad worked on this game and it is excellent!
"Fifty-One" is expertly directed, too, by Rian Johnson. He helmed one of the show's most inventive episodes, season three's "Fly," as well as the high school noir film Brick and the forthcoming sci-fi movie Looper.
Breaking Bad Recap: The Walking Cancer
For my muse.