Ya gotta take time to enjoy the little things in this life, y’know?
#moviestillmonday Sanjuro (1962)
Companion film to the classic Yojimbo (1961). Toshiro Mifune at some of his best, hilarious and fun but still with lots of compelling plot movement and tight swordfighting, not to mention an amazing duel sequence at the end of the film. Probably one of my favorites since the beginning of my recent Japanese film binge.
A little less than a year ago, I lost my beautiful grandmother. Without a doubt the woman I loved and valued the most, and the first to teach me (effortlessly) that to truly love sometimes I’d have to let go of and change my more jagged ways-as well as the first to make me actually want to change the awful things about me. Some days, like today, her absence and its debilitating gravity is the only thing weighing on my mind.
I still get shaken up every time I consider that now I’ll never be able to introduce you to the other women that I come to love in this life again, and its painful to imagine facing where I’m at right now and the rest of the trying times I have yet to face without your gentle guidance and unwavering compassion for me. I still miss you every single day and know that won’t stop. But if I can make myself believe in some better place I know that its exactly where you are, because its exactly what you deserve. I promise to keep trying to live the way that seeing you and Pop my whole life made me want to. Rest in peace.
Sometimes ya gotta hit the Red Dawgs @cameronxjoplin @donovanmarlow @og_bobby_edge
Fuck Meatle @cameronxjoplin
Homemade vegan taco night.
Everyone I know who gives a fuck about superhero comics, please read this issue.
The ethical sensibilities shown by Wolverine in it and the romanticization of his relationship with the animal kingdom are both major substantiations of why ethical veganism and cruelty-free consumerism is something everyone should consider. The character even has a monologue that breaks down the awful parasitic and vaunted inheritance relationship that humanity has with the natural world around it.
The dialogue is all compelling enough, but the actual lengths that Wolverine goes to in order to make his point in this issue are astonishing and disturbing in a way I don’t think anyone reading will be able to predict.
Happy 40th Birthday to one of my favorites ever. #kungfuspiritwarrior #dannyrand #ironfist #marvel #comics
#flashbackfriday to absolutely one of the greatest nights of my life.
#throwbackthursday to more cool hats and puffy faces
…1984, by Malcolm Loo….
Favorite Comic Book Panels: Magneto #1
Favorite Comic Book Panels: Moon Knight #1
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