Discipline 27-II (1972) by Sun-Ra

Discipline 27-II (1972) by Sun-Ra

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I’m going to jump into Rice Boy by Evan Dahm this week. Got it as part of the digital package for backing Vattu on Kickstarter last year. Looking forward to an epic journey.

I’m going to jump into Rice Boy by Evan Dahm this week. Got it as part of the digital package for backing Vattu on Kickstarter last year. Looking forward to an epic journey.

Star Trek 2x22 - “By Any Other Name" - Stardate: 4657.5
When the Enterprise is commandeered by alien beings from the Andromeda Galaxy, Kirk and the surviving crew need to find a way to manipulate the powerful alien beings in their new human bodies. So they push their buttons to evoke the extremes of human passions; lust, anger, and drunken debauchery. Eventually the aliens decide they like their human bodies and don’t want to devote their remaining lives in service to a totalitarian planet they’ll never see again. 
// Scrapbook Enterprise //

Star Trek 2x22 - “By Any Other Name" - Stardate: 4657.5

When the Enterprise is commandeered by alien beings from the Andromeda Galaxy, Kirk and the surviving crew need to find a way to manipulate the powerful alien beings in their new human bodies. So they push their buttons to evoke the extremes of human passions; lust, anger, and drunken debauchery. Eventually the aliens decide they like their human bodies and don’t want to devote their remaining lives in service to a totalitarian planet they’ll never see again. 

// Scrapbook Enterprise //

Fighting back against the Internet Trolls.

(via newsweek)

From Making Comics by Scott McCloud.

From Making Comics by Scott McCloud.

Weird Al addresses the abysmal grammar of the Internet Age.

No one can tell what goes on in between the person you were and the person you become. No one can chart that blue and lonely section of hell. There are no maps of the change. You just come out the other side. Or you don’t.

—Stephen King

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NIGHTNIGHT by DEDDY