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fursona tarot correspondences (revised) 

  • aster: art/temperance
  • kirke: the hierophant
  • limni: the tower
  • ramshackle: the moon
  • rue: the empress
  • sang: the star
  • voyo: strength/lust
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masks(β‚‚), current dramatis fursonae (1/2) 

limni: anthro leopon. adventurer & psychonaut. somewhat power-hungry and obsessed with the occult. our dominant mask β€” somewhat unstable, but caring and full of vitality and active trickster luck. more often than not acts out of love, though sometimes their plans can be a bit meddlesome. nonbinary skewing masc. guarded and sharp on the outside, tender-hearted and extraordinarily horny on the inside. they/them.

ramshackle: semiferal goat cryptid. often ends up acting as our low-power mode when we're recovering or can't be anyone else. hedonist and playful subversive. agender and unfathomably old. kind of shitty at magic, but it's their bread & butter. they/them.

aster: anthro skunk. tired, charming, and generally down for whatever. aster is us at our healthiest, emotionally-speaking. they're who we'd like to be, but can't always live up to. embodies the passive aspects of our trickster luck. transfem enby and enjoys the easy company of friends. they/them or she/her.

voyo: feral alien wolf. reserved and somewhat stodgy unless someone manages to catch them off guard. us at our most intellectual, without too much emotional imbalance. enjoys archaeology and often works as a healer. horny out of curiosity, but mostly just curious. he/him.

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the first book was a fucking slog, though. they really had to rework quentin to make him even remotely likeable, and even then the tv version was like a pale shadow of the character from the books

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the book version of julia in the magicians trilogy was better, anyway

last performance review: heather, you're doing amazing. things are objectively better with you here
me, having literally spent a half hour staring at the wall: look, i just spent a bunch of time staring at a wall
them: you're doing great!

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Me: Tell me what this labeled pin does

Datasheet: :)

Me: Tell Me

Datasheeet: Here are several partial schematics that connect to the labeled pin

Me: Okay but what does it do

Datasheet: :3c

:blobfoxdrakedislike: making progress on dev projects
:blobfoxdrakelike: dissociating through our entire afternoon instead

*us, holding literally any musical instrument*
please do not perceive me, there is nothing for you here

we have been trained in the art of playing the dumbek and djembe extremely poorly and i am absolutely afraid to use it because we actually have Rather Bad Performance Anxiety Thanks

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if no one shows up to this meeting i'm gonna leave zoom running and just play drums into the surveillance void

when something awakens the rage within you but you're also really tired so all that you can manage is the smallest silent pulse of graa

just fucking blast me with a memetic firehose until distinction and discernment crumble helplessly under a cacophonous chattering conflicting torrent of dissonant attribution and vacuous desire

dark interaction and ux patterns, but in pink this time

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logging onto tumblr dot com and starting a pastel soft power aesthetic blog

my partner and I saw you from the other side of the bar. we really like your vibe, can we buy you a drink?

when reactionaries claim that x thing [hierarchy/capitalism/gender binary etc] is natural and therefore good. the obvious retort is, if it is natural, why does it need defending? but the answer is in the question. the appeal to nature isnt a "fallacy" in the sense that it is a mistake one makes inadvertently. it is a deliberate strategy. any description of anything as "natural" endows it with an aura of goodness and authority. this is the work of ideology

if you want to see what literature can truly be in the 21st century, literature that genuinely moves beyond tradition, that simultaneously perfectly grasps and utterly breaks its medium and its language; the continuation of burroughs and pound's work if they were less concerned with being racist or antisemitic; art that accesses the soul of late stage capitalism and divines the fumes of the terminal rot of the american dream β€” look into the eyes of that grainy jack nicholson

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LB:
Tired: Nintendo's usage of the damsel in distress trope makes their femme characters look weak and helpless.

Wired: Nintendo's usage of the damsel in distress trope causes an uncomfortable dissonance when their cool, likeable, and strong femme characters are faced with disproportionately impossible obstacles, placing too much narrative emphasis on the help they receive from others, while diminishing their own contributions towards saving the day.

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