cynical idealist

I want to leave not because I hate this town, but because after awhile the sadness becomes apart of you. -ltn
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today I felt like trying to make a low poly mini terrarium model, so I did! I have a game about terrariums I’d like to make eventually in this sort of style, need to get better at it first tho

Waaaah, this is great! Pixel art has seen such a huge revival in the last few years that it’s probably about time we graduate from NES/SNES to N64-era designs. Now if only I could make this low-poly terrarium physical. Someone loan me a 3D printer. —MN

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The variety of worlds science fiction accustoms us to, through imagination, is training for thinking about the actual changes—sometimes catastrophic, often confusing—that the real world funnels at us year after year. It helps us avoid feeling quite so gob-smacked. By

Samuel Delany on how science fiction writers are shaping the future.

Also see why sci-fi authors get the future so right, then complement with Delany on good writing vs. talented writing.

(via explore-blog)


you know when you have such a burning dislike for a certain character like the level of dislike you have for them is so high and seeing them makes you feel annoyed and you try to ignore it and move on because they are just a fictional character and how strongly you dislike them feels ridiculous because you know they aren’t real but then you see their face or hear about them again and it’s just like


there you are

fuck off