HAIL SHOCKER
motorginger:

synchroinicity:

4-Armed Bastard by M0AI

Damn this is cool.

Whatever anyway, going to bed now.

Hope you all have pleasant time and remember to take care.

retrocausal:

cannibal-sarracenian:

i dunno persona’s a good series to get a picture of jung works, though of course it’s not perfect

Yo Peetu lend me some Persona games right now.

…does Jung include dealing with giant angry penis monsters riding chariots?

Of course not.

Later on atleast.

i dunno persona’s a good series to get a picture of jung works, though of course it’s not perfect

Yo Peetu lend me some Persona games right now.

test my dashboard osmosis abilities

diva-viva:

send me an ask about a fandom i know nothing about and i will summarize it as best i can

I predict I’m probably gonna want to blacklist John Green for the next couple of months.

Not because I particularly care (I’ve only watched like Crash Course History and the Ai Weiwei video and never even heard of the books), but there’s only so much I like to bother with seeing new hate bandwagons I have no investment in.

vraik:

The Parallel Lives of Samurai Flamenco
-Vrai Kaiser

Okay kids, who can tell me about the purpose and usage of narrative parallels?

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As I was saying, narrative parallelism is when you use two similar moments, characters, etc. to induce a revelation in character or audience. This can range from a chick-flick type moment, where the lead sees a happy family just after running from The One and realizes he CAN’T live without her after all; to ‘facets of character’ comparisons like Batman and his rogue’s gallery, to thematic connections like the twin art-and-death undertones of The Wind Rises. But it’s rare that I see a show filled with as many deliberate parallels as Samurai Flamenco – from characters, to relationships, to the very tradition it honors.

Read the rest over at the blog!