Interests include dance, music, and culture of all -brows. Join me on my journey to compelling prose. (Twitter: @_ajohnny)

conradtao:

this is a spectacular tweet

conradtao:

this is a spectacular tweet

weallheartonedirection:

"You can believe me"

Mostly interested in the fact that there are, in fact, other Ajanis out there.

weallheartonedirection:

"You can believe me"

Mostly interested in the fact that there are, in fact, other Ajanis out there.

HH continues to kill it

the vestiges of poesy
(swishing husks)

(Source: Spotify)

Shouldn't the Black Metal Society make an appearance in Tackleford? Or maybe they already have...
Asked by awwwyeah

scarygoround:

My rule of thumb is that the less I bring back things to provoke a wan smile of recognition, the more successfully I am carrying myself through life.

I remembered this Ask today, and even though I don’t understand its referent, that answer is a principle I want to carry with me for as long as possible

jpegheaven:

Allan Wexler.
Coffee Seeks Its Own Level. 1990. If one person alone lifts his cup, coffee overflows the other three cups. All four people need to coordinate their actions and lift simultaneously. Inspired by the principle “water seeks its own level”. I had been working on a series of projects using basic scientific principles learned in high school as a means to explore architectural issues.

jpegheaven:

Allan Wexler.

Coffee Seeks Its Own Level. 1990. If one person alone lifts his cup, coffee overflows the other three cups. All four people need to coordinate their actions and lift simultaneously. Inspired by the principle “water seeks its own level”. I had been working on a series of projects using basic scientific principles learned in high school as a means to explore architectural issues.

goal: to be a lifelong practitioner of Makery⁽℠⁾

Witness it. Let it give you life.

but you see, My So-Called Life is gold-star television (dd I mention I’m watching My So-Called Life?) because the school dance episode uses Haddaway’s “What Is Love?” to underscore the closing scene. You must understand, this is probably the first time I’ve witnessed a non-ironic use of this song. It’s actually doing some pretty strong dramatic scaffolding tbqh