Anonymous said: I remember the days when games were about worlds you could explore and about being good, and not about who's got representation and gender this and sexuality that. I miss those days.

dgaider:

Those days miss you, too. I recently found a yellowed letter under one of the floorboards, and it was addressed to you and signed by those days with a tear-stained kiss of lipstick.

Meanwhile, in the present, those of us who work in the industry and who are—amazingly—able to consider more than one idea at the same time, will continue to create good games about worlds you can explore AND occasionally talk about inclusivity.

If you are feeling compassion fatigue, I think it might be okay to sit out those discussions, at least until you get your strength back. While it will be tough not having you available for close consultation, somehow we will soldier on.

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Indulgence…

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robdelaney:

I tweeted this last night and people got upset: The Benghazi Paradox is that Fox News, Darrell Issa & co. are sincerely, genuinely happy that people died & everyone can smell that.

A lot of people are “upset” about it. I put upset in quotes because as much as I enjoy Twitter I don’t really view…

liartownusa:

Any Word Can Be a Trigger!Public Service Announcement

liartownusa:

Any Word Can Be a Trigger!Public Service Announcement

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jamesurbaniak:

Me and Hal Hartley in 1997 on the set of “Henry Fool.” In 2006 I reprised my role as Simon Grim in the sequel “Fay Grim.” Now Hal is Kickstartering “Ned Rifle,” the third movie in what he always conceived as a trilogy.
Hal’s a true artist, a personal filmmaker with a real vision. He’s always had to work to raise money. He’s working hard at it now. If you’ve enjoyed “Henry Fool” or any of his films, I urge you to help make this one happen.  You can also help just by reposting this. I’m looking forward to putting that jacket back on.

jamesurbaniak:

Me and Hal Hartley in 1997 on the set of “Henry Fool.” In 2006 I reprised my role as Simon Grim in the sequel “Fay Grim.” Now Hal is Kickstartering “Ned Rifle,” the third movie in what he always conceived as a trilogy.

Hal’s a true artist, a personal filmmaker with a real vision. He’s always had to work to raise money. He’s working hard at it now. If you’ve enjoyed “Henry Fool” or any of his films, I urge you to help make this one happen. You can also help just by reposting this. I’m looking forward to putting that jacket back on.

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liartownusa:

US Weekly No.1: Time to Look at More Assholes

COLD LEFTOVERS

liartownusa:

US Weekly No.1: Time to Look at More Assholes

COLD LEFTOVERS

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ecclectic mixes

here: http://yerinkulagi.blogspot.com.au/

eg:

Edu Lobo – Zanzibar
Jackie And Roy – Samba Triste
Janet Lawson – Dindi
Ronald Mesquita – Balanca Pema
Stark Reality – Too Much Tenderness
Serge Gainsbourg - Ballade De Melody Nelson
Serge Gainsbourg – En Melody
Mustafa Özkent – Dolana Dolana
Ennio Morricone - Allegretto Per Signora
Pugh Rogefeldt – Love, Love, Love
The Quik – Bert’s Apple Crumble
Georgie Fame – Somedody Stole My Thunder
The J.B.’s – Gonna Have A Funky Good Time
The Isley Brothers – Work To Do
Super Eagles – Love’s A Real Thing

- ima gonna track it all down

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caffeinedelusion:

As some of you may know, today is International Men’s Day. As a certified Manologist, it is my pleasure to share with you some little-known facts about these “ladies of the sea”

Men were invented in 1975 by noted author Manfred P. Mann, who was quoted as saying “I made them way better than…

millionsmillions:

From the looks of the promotional poster and the theatrical trailer, Wes Anderson may have “out-Wes Anderson’d” himself with his new film, The Grand Budapest Hotel.

excitement

c86:

Japanese poster for Pierrot le Fou, 1965
See more lesser-known Jean-Luc Godard posters here

c86:

Japanese poster for Pierrot le Fou, 1965

See more lesser-known Jean-Luc Godard posters here

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