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Rosa Nutkana: pro-guillotine voter
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Oct 19
5

There is this book “The Trickster and the Paranormal”, which, if you are into that sort of thing(discussion of “the shadow”, archetypes, and paranormal stuff) I really recommend. Anyways, one of the points that he explores, is how people who have been marginalized by society and also those who have had serious capital Read more

Oct 19
9

I’m a scary stories aficionado(I’ve got my own personal repertoire) and this years are pretty lame and tame, for the most part. Yes, the real life assault and near assault stories are scary, but they aren’t *creepy*, previous years have had some really great “I almost got murdered but a crazy dream/intuition stopped Read more

Oct 14
4

This is the stuff of my Halloween nightmares. I will never forget the smell, which was of stale burned peanut better. I do think I tried it once, but I think that I’d need the help of therapist to relive that memory. 

Oct 12
9

You know all those stolen Greek marbles in the British Museum once had color on them? And that the remaining color on them was cleaned off in the 30s and caused them irreparable damage because some racist curator thought they looked dirty? Read more

Oct 5
7

Personally I don’t have so much of an internal clock as I do a system that is hypersensitive to any and all external stimuli. The only way for me to manipulate my sleep schedule with heavy blackout curtains, a sleeping mask, and ear plugs. 

Oct 2
10

While I am all for this story getting more attention, I also don’t think that it will do anything. Nothing outside of a national catastrophe that personally affects them really seems to move the needle on people’s opinions about the cancer cluster in the White House. Basically 40% of the country is brainwashed by Read more

Sep 30
7

I really like “Lord My Hands Are So Dry” by Wild Carrot, I thought it absorbed well and moisturized(I have thirsty skin though, so ymmv)but I also would recommend taking a hyaluronic acid supplement if you have scaly patches of skin. I started taking a hyaluronic acid w/ala supplement for my musculoskeletal pain Read more

Sep 24
9

I have 2 skill goals right now, learning bee keeping, and learning how to make 13 sided and steamed wood hand drums. I am also looking to for a Sami language program (an ancestral language for me), which is proving difficult because there are so few Sami left who speak it (about 100,000 spread over Sweden, Norway, Read more

Sep 24
14

Well, I have been visiting my son who is staying with his grandmother in Montana for pandemic reasons. I leave today for my home in Eugene, Oregon. On Tuesday I went to the Medicine Wheel in Wyoming on the equinox and it was very beautiful and moving. I am not sure wtf I am doing with my life when get back. I quit my

Sep 11
15

I grew up with this kind of toxic Christianity, and honestly I am mad on your behalf both at how your family is not supporting you AND at the way they are twisting theology to suit their own agenda. Just no. This is not okay and this is not about Jesus. This is about you having the right to personal boundaries so that Read more

Sep 10
12

Well, I’m in Oregon, next to a 0% contained 150,000 acre fire. We are under a level 2 evacuation notice and all my important stuff is in my car in case we need to leave. Climate change is fucking scary. People have died. I can’t imagine what their last moments were like. The smoke is making me feel sluggish. Read more