i like my coffee like i like my metal

Black, bitter, and full of spite.

liartownusa:

Have You Seen Your Cat?

I was lucky enough to get a 3/4 sleeve from Thomas when he lived here in NYC. 

This shit looks cray.


Kick ass drummer!


I always did like seeing this band live, and now I can see them live on youtube!


Start a vegan all you can eat buffet place that caters to punks called “Life.Lunch.Regret”


#iloveyouchallenge

This is a great video. I try to call my parents every week because I get homesick every so often. I always end the call with I love you, because It’s important for me to let my folks know that (cause I do!).

I’m very thankful for having a close and loving family. 


"For ten minutes we were normal."

I just discovered the Moth while listening to WNYC when I got home. Was eating dinner when I heard this and it’s so heartbreaking and sincere. 

http://themoth.org/posts/stories/frannys-last-ride


I did not know of any of these things.


pro-ana-is-a-diet:

veganaction:

Whoa. I had no idea such a community existed online. This is a great piece from NPR’s New Tech City which examines the impact of technology on society. 

I’m glad I caught this one, because I didn’t even think that people with eating disorders connected this way. The article also lists resources if you need help. 

Celebrities and media put a lot of pressures on kids and teens, and unfortunately can push them to do extreme things to “look good.”

Fuck that. Fuck society’s expectations and the beauty myth. We need to remind each other that it’s totally cool who you are. 

HUGE FYI:

THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ANOREXIA AND PRO-ANA. THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BULIMIA AND PRO-MIA. THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EATING DISORDERS AND PRO-ED. 

I feel like people write these articles about EDs and the Internet, but they don’t actually do enough research. Rarely do I see a clear distinction between the ED community and the pro-ED community. 

It is 100% imperative to note that there is a difference. Eating disorders are mental illnesses. The pro-ED community promotes and glorifies these illnesses as lifestyle choices. The majority of pro-EDs don’t have eating disorders. 

Please don’t for one second think that the pro-ED community represents ED sufferers, because they don’t. 

Just wanted to reblog this response to my previous post. 

I honestly have no idea about the difference between anorexia and pro-ana, nor the difference between bulimia and pro-mia. 

Thanks for responding to the post and clearing that up. 


Whoa. I had no idea such a community existed online. This is a great piece from NPR’s New Tech City which examines the impact of technology on society. 

I’m glad I caught this one, because I didn’t even think that people with eating disorders connected this way. The article also lists resources if you need help. 

Celebrities and media put a lot of pressures on kids and teens, and unfortunately can push them to do extreme things to “look good.”

Fuck that. Fuck society’s expectations and the beauty myth. We need to remind each other that it’s totally cool who you are.