Friday, May 22, 2020

Isolation: Day 71 David Lynch Fire (Pozar)

I haven't much time to hang out here lately, and since I've been away, David Lynch has started releasing daily Los Angeles weather reports, and now he's dropped a short, hand-drawn film!


NCBD is back! A light week for sure, however, it was murder waiting an extra two months for the final chapter in Bone Machine, the current storyline in Rick Remender's Deadly Class. It still bums me out the SyFy adaptation was cancelled, but the book remains one of the strongest titles I read on a monthly basis.

Now that Diamond is distributing again, I can't wait to watch Marcus and friends' lives splinter as he returns to King's Dominion and all hell breaks loose.



Stevie Wonder - Greatest Hits of the 70s
Megadeth - Rust in Peace
They Might Be Giants -Flood
The Darts - I Like You But Not Like That
Arpeggiators - Freedom of Expression 7"
Cybordelics - Adventures of Drama 7"
Metal Master - Spectrum 7"
White Lung - Paradise
White Lung - Sorry
Kensonlovers - Keep Rolling (Single)
Ween - GodWeenSatan Live New Hope, PA 9/14/01
Black Sabbath - Sabotage
Revocation - Deathless
Revocation - Teratogenesis


When driven by an intense sense of righteousness, beware of making foolish decisions. 

I'd never really thought about which card I am, or even if there is one card that best represents me. I think this is the one. That said, I believe I drew this to remind myself of the slow slide away from my more compassionate qualities. This has been an ongoing recent insight, as the overflow of stupidity and selfishness that abound in the world at the moment drive me to sometimes frightening degrees of malevolent thought. Simply put, I very strongly dislike the human race as a whole. The last two months have made me slip closer to actively hating it. Maybe that's an oxymoron, considering how many individual humans I love and adore - there's A LOT - but it seems to be the case, and I find myself needing something spiritual to blanket my frustrations, even if it's just a more regular dose of marijuana, Stevie Wonder, and David Lynch. I'm tempted to start meditating again, however, that often leads to deep-level experiences that might not be so pleasant at the moment. Either way, I need something to mellow me out, before The King of Wands draws the Ten of Swords.

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