Park Bench Solipsist

choirboy at best

white boi from seattle.
i post about far left politics, weed, punk rock, anime, old cartoons, and whatever else catches my fancy
Go ahead, ask me anything.

>tfw no qt goth gf to smoke weed and listen to Christian Death and Siouxsie and the Banshees with.

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kanedere:

kanedere:

i can make a gif out of ANYTHING. this is too mcuh power

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i present to you: a perfectly looping gif of oppa spongebob style

thefeelsguy:

autistickaworu:

SOMEONE EXPALIN THIS TO ME

don’t tell him

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bonerfart:

waka flocka in the streets

drake in the sheets

marxturbation:

let’s make an amv with naruto and papa roach

maruti-bitamin:

water droplet

I’ll be travelling for a bit starting tomorrow.

See you in a week or so!

babylonian:

this is for real the greatest piece of apparel ive ever seen. i want to own this so bad  (source)

whorrids:

"I read the book before I watched the movie"

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bathingapes:

LIL B X NARDWUAR

bathingapes:

LIL B X NARDWUAR

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To say ‘ideology is a trompe l’oeil’ is still the traditional thesis. One puts the infrastructure on one side- the economic, the serious- and on the other, the superstructure, of which ideology is a part, thus rejecting the phenomena of desire in ideology. It’s a perfect way to ignore how desire works in infrastructure, how it invests in it, how it takes part in it, how, in this respect, it organizes power and the repressive system. We do not say: ideology is a trompe l’oeil (or a concept that refers to certain illusions). We say: there is no ideology, it is an illusion. That’s why it suits orthodox Marxism and the Communist Party so well. Marxism put so much emphasis on the theme of ideology to conceal what was happening in the USSR: a new organization of repressive power. Once it is admitted that the organization of power is the unity of desire and the economic infrastructure, there is no ideology, there are only organizations of power.

Gilles Deleuze: Capitalism: A Very Special Delirium  (via burdenedwithgloriousbooty)

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