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Chia’s (deeper?) Car Seat Headrest cuts recommendations

Reading Time: < 1 minute First, download the compilation. It’s about 3.7gb zipped entitled Car Seat Headass from my lovely little Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MZwTLmRdqqF769pFShtbL2zZ4egMVw7j/view?usp=sharing Then, play from the Spotify playlist! Make sure you’re on desktop and are all set up with local files. youtube version coming soon maybe Sourced from the following: The Brodster’s Will Toledo Discography, other albums not on Bandcamp (1, 2, 3, 4, Disjecta, Little Pieces, etc), selected 2020 traitincommon livestream compilations shout out to will toledo for playing (what i want to believe in my delusional mind) my broken birds request on the 4/30/2020 livestream a day before my bidet. and much love to everyone who knows every album down to the color of the livestream ones lmao please do not roast me i know some of these are not that deep here’s the og flowchart i made sometime late november 2020 as a general introduction since a lot of people have been asking for it! i know i am not using the terms properly haha. right-click and open image in new tab for full size …

Gay Cowboy Movies

Reading Time: 5 minutes I’m twenty-one and gay and watched Brokeback Mountain for the first time. (This alone is cause for writing.) There’s a scene where Ellis (Heath Ledger) takes a moment to stare at the night sky, reunited for a weekend four years after a passionate summer with Jack (Jake Gyllenhaal). Both men are married and further bound with kids, but the commitment here is an afterthought. When they meet for the first time, they kiss tighter than the first hundred times, pushing each other against the wall where one raised a home and wed a wife and lived an entirely separate life: in an instant, their life was theirs to reclaim. Ellis receives no answers from the moon. Shadows are falling from the trees. The world guts men and does not sing for them. “Is there anything interesting up in heaven?” Scholars are so convinced that David and Jonathan were never gay. The Wikipedia page discerns “a number of groups made up of gay Roman Catholics trying to reconcile their faith with their sexuality…” for those who’ve …

2021 Readings

Reading Time: < 1 minute Last updated: May 29, 2021 Currently Reading Poetry Mga Kagila-Gilalas na Pakikipagsapalaran: Mga Tulang Nahalungkat sa Bukbuking Baul, Jose F. Lacaba Design/Tech Making Design Theory, Johan Redstrom Fiction Homestuck (I actually never finished this and stopped when Eridan Ampora was introduced </3) The Collected Stories of Jose Garcia Villa, Jonathan Chua A pig was once killed in our garage, Martin Villanueva Non-fiction Organization Development Practice in the Philippines, Edna P. Franco, Mendiola Teng-Calleja, Ma. Regina M. Hechanova Finished Reading Design/Tech What is a designer, Norman Potter The Politics of Design, Ruben Pater Design Dedication: Adaptive Mentalities in Design Education Design as an Attitude, Alice Rawsthorn Design is a Job, Mike Monteiro Are We Human? Notes on an Archaeology of Design, Beatriz Colomina & Mark Wigley The Shape of Design, Frank Chimero Radical Technologies, Adam Greenfield (picked up from class) Designs for the Pluriverse, Arturo Escobar Speculative Everything, Fiona Raby & Anthony Dunne Against Creativity, Oli Mould Poetry The Mercy Seat: Collected and New Poems 1967–2001, Norman Dubie Fiction Everyone on the Moon is Essential Personnel, …