Hour Zero: Ira presses her face to the window and watches a high-speed flower blossom, fire and debris surging from the epicenter of the explosion. The Jade Necklace Expedition Vehicle, which she has called home since she was born, disappears into petals of flame and twisted polymers. Everyone left aboard when the weapons hit--and… Continue reading Infintismal
Pompeii is a city of pleasure and purse. It is no place to raise a child, not really. Rosaria tries to tell her husband this, but he does not listen to her, boards his young wife and unborn son in the city of whores. “The soil is good,” he tells her. “We will be rich… Continue reading Pink
Deep in the heart of Texas, there is an adult megaplex situated off a certain highway. My friends (who for the purposes of this post will be S and O) and I see it every time we drive up and down this highway, have for years, and recently we decided to finally visit it. In… Continue reading Things I Saw At Dildopolis
I went up to Washington a while back, and while there, insisted with childish petulance that we go to the Seattle Aquarium until I finally got my way. I like to think myself mature (well, mature enough) and well-developed, but I revert to five years old at the chance to go see animal exhibits. I… Continue reading Marine Invertebrates I Have Touched And Would Touch Again
Happy Alien Day (4-26) 2k17! Here is a one hour Xenomorph! The influence these movies have had on me and my aesthetics cannot be understated. I love Xenomorphs... they're just so good...
"I can't count the number of times I've thought about you and thought of mountains. You know, I used to feel such... passion. Overwhelming and complete, the kind of passion that sends quasars erupting into the void, the kind of passion that sunders seas and collapses civilizations. The kind of passion that only one in… Continue reading Mountains
Hydrogen Famously used as a lighter than air gas in the Hindenburg, it is even more famous for being highly explosive. Everything was flaming, I couldn't find my way out--I knew that I was going down with the dirigible, but there are instincts too great, too ancient, to be denied. As we lost altitude faster and… Continue reading Elements of HArMoNY