HOW MUCH DO WE LOVE HUH. SO MUCH.
"I have literally spent the last two evenings rolling the coins I have saved so that I can cover the…"
Barbara Smith in a letter to Joseph Beam
August 27th 1988
According to the criminal complaint, filed in Superior Court in Los Angeles, Goodman “personally used a deadly and dangerous weapon(s), to wit, COFFEE CUP.”
I know, I know—it’s not funny. But it’s so funny.
According to the fugitive affidavit in New York, Goodman also stabbed her husband with the coffee cup. That detail is not in the criminal complaint or the news release from the district attorney’s office, which said she “allegedly bludgeoned her husband to death with a coffee mug.”
Do you live in a country where you can’t access safe legal abortion? These people can help you have a safe abortion.
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IF IT’S A LEGITIMATE CASTRATION THE MALE BODY HAS WAYS OF SHUTTING THE WHOLE THING DOWN.
- He makes a dispenser with his hand!!!
when I was like……..19? 20? I dropped like $30 on a tube of mascara on a whim and I’ve never been able to bring myself to do it again but I still think about how great that mascara was. goddamn if my eyelashes didn’t look fuckin’ amazing every single day.
If you lived in the Pacific Northwest in 1995 and you owned an 8-bit sampler and a 4-track cassette recorder and you really liked new wave, maybe you spent your idle weekend afternoons making music like this. The is the tiny and forgotten home-recording indie pop project Sukpatch. The song is “Hollow Tips”, the album is Haulin’ Grass and Smokin’ Ass. I have doubts as to whether this is “good,” I’m quite sure it’s not “important,” but there’s no question in my mind that I love it. I think if the internet and blogs existed then they would have had a moment; maybe a High Places-sized moment, but a moment nonetheless. Their last EP came out on Grand Royal! But it didn’t matter, no one heard it.
If you were a freshman college radio DJ, I bet you spent a lot of time finding records like this in the C stacks or in the mail bin, and those records would be really important to you for a month or so at a time. (In high school I used Epitonic for this.)