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imaginaryviolets:

So I’ve been wanting to write a piece on this show for a long while now. A couple of things contributed to now being the time to write this. First off, I am currently teaching speculative fiction to gifted kids (about 12-15 years of age). There are a decent mix of girls and boys. And while the…

Thank you @violetimagery for this awesome write up on the women of #ChaoticAwesome — we really appreciate that you appreciate what we’ve created. Thank you x1000000

HOT PEPPER FIRE FLIES OUT THROUGH MY HANDS!!

hotpeppergaming convinced me to eat a habanero pepper and review Tomodachi Life by Nintendo.  Also: my island is filled with the cast of Game of Thrones

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ryandonato:

Yayoi Kusama—a Japanese artist who is prominently known for having lived in a psychiatric institution for the past four decades—has been obsessed with infinity and dots for her entire artistic career, which she states to attribute directly to her hallucinations. As an attempt to share her observations, encounters, etc, she has created installations that delve into her obsessed visions of dots and infinitely mirrored space.

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ryandonato:

Yayoi Kusama—a Japanese artist who is prominently known for having lived in a psychiatric institution for the past four decades—has been obsessed with infinity and dots for her entire artistic career, which she states to attribute directly to her hallucinations. As an attempt to share her observations, encounters, etc, she has created installations that delve into her obsessed visions of dots and infinitely mirrored space.

Love this