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jathis asked:

Diego's double had actually found and brought back with him the radio host Kevin, letting him go once they were on Route 800, allowing him to head back to Desert Bluffs. Kevinbot stayed in the shadows as Diego hugged onto Kevin, shoulders trembling as he sobbed against his neck. Wordlessly Kevinbot touched his own neck, hand trembling. He wasn't going to be wanted anymore. A dull ache throbbed in his chest and as they kissed he touched his own lips. "I love you, Diego," he mouthed with Kevin.

videntefernandez answered:

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a horror film thats really fantastic, beautiful, suspenseful and well done is ‘a tale of two sisters,’ from korea. ive seen this movie maybe a dozen times and i still just jumped at something i knew was coming. its spooky and trippy, one of those “as soon as youre done you have to watch it again and the whole movie changes” kind of movies. 

do not under any circumstances settle for the terrible american “remake” which i think is called ‘the uninvited’ or something, with emily browning.

this halloween im going to try to watch nothing but horror the entire month (and drive myself insane), so expect a few horror reviews of things i think are noteworthy, as this is occasionally sort of a horror blog.

[this movie has trigger warnings for child abuse, mental hospitals, menstruation, unreality and some mild gore]

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punkrockgaia:

videntefernandez:

theblindtorpedo:

videntefernandez:

Time to update my WTNV cast collage.
60 official characters (not including fan characters like doubles, alternate versions or family members).

Beautiful! But is it possible to get a list of these from left to right? I think i’m forgetting some!

Secret police officer, Scoutmaster Earl Harlan, mute children, Jake the PA, Mayor Pamela Winchell, Simone Rigadeaux, The apache Tracker, The man in the tan Jacket, Erika, Erika, Erika, Kevin, Strexpets, The glow Cloud, Cecil Palmer, Hooded figures, Franklin Wilson, Barton Donovan, Intern Vanessa, John Peters You know the farmer, Carlos the Scientist, Leonard Burton, Marcus Vanston, Larry Leroy, Lauren Mallard, Daniel, Old Woman Josie, Dave,  Steve Carlsberg, Janice, Khoshekh, Telly the Barber, Teddy Williams, Rochelle, Station Management, The faceless old woman, Ted the Weatherman, Doug, Tamika Flynn, Strexcorp, Ceci’s brother, Cecil’s mom, Hiram McDaniels, Hannah and Lucy Gutierrez, Meaghan, The man who is not tall, the man who is not short, group of station interns.

This is amazing, and Sally is amazing.

punkrockgaia:

videntefernandez:

theblindtorpedo:

videntefernandez:

Time to update my WTNV cast collage.

60 official characters (not including fan characters like doubles, alternate versions or family members).

Beautiful! But is it possible to get a list of these from left to right? I think i’m forgetting some!

Secret police officer, Scoutmaster Earl Harlan, mute children, Jake the PA, Mayor Pamela Winchell, Simone Rigadeaux, The apache Tracker, The man in the tan Jacket, Erika, Erika, Erika, Kevin, Strexpets, The glow Cloud, Cecil Palmer, Hooded figures, Franklin Wilson, Barton Donovan, Intern Vanessa, John Peters You know the farmer, Carlos the Scientist, Leonard Burton, Marcus Vanston, Larry Leroy, Lauren Mallard, Daniel, Old Woman Josie, Dave,  Steve Carlsberg, Janice, Khoshekh, Telly the Barber, Teddy Williams, Rochelle, Station Management, The faceless old woman, Ted the Weatherman, Doug, Tamika Flynn, Strexcorp, Ceci’s brother, Cecil’s mom, Hiram McDaniels, Hannah and Lucy Gutierrez, Meaghan, The man who is not tall, the man who is not short, group of station interns.

This is amazing, and Sally is amazing.

thetruththatshouldbe said: // butbutbut I love comparing people and things to food. All the time ;-;

i like it too, but a lot of the time foods that poc get compared to are like chocolate/sugary items and coffee and these are things that were produced by slave labor so theres kind of a fucked up level to that comparison. also they are compared to foods meant for consumption and thats kind of weird.

thats my understanding of the issue based on what ive read anyways. it is a really hard habit to break though! obviously, because i keep on doing it. maybe im just hungry all the time, because “caramelly” sounds soooo good. i just need starbucks, i need starbucks all the time. 

on that note if youre interested in reading about ways to describe characters of color i highly recommend nk jemisin’s posts about the subject (be sure to read the second and third articles as well, theres links in there). her whole blog is great actually as are her books. when you read it you really get the impression of the difference between how white people write about poc and how poc write about themselves. lots to learn there.

heres a masterpost of articles about describing poc as well.