So I wasn’t sure if I’d have tatters of my existence on my person at SPX until, of course, tonight. Only My printer ran out of black ink before the flip side of my SFW sketchzinething~
So I will have thirteen [ *thunder&lighting* ] copies of this perverse erosketch zineminicomthing stowed in my bag as some kind of token of trade and calling card.
So if onea yous sees me there and flags me down, we can sheepishly trade zines like queers do.
feel jittery due to too much caffeine; finish up sketches because suddenly I don’t feel lethargic or anxious about them
this post has melted.
Not that mainstream American media isn’t generally pretty terrible, but like half the time I see a Tumblr post along the lines of
"HOW COMES THE NEWS ISN’T COVERING THIS? THIS NEEDS MORE NOTES!"
and I’m like
"Yeah I heard about this on NPR like a year ago. Why didn’t you?"
Here’s what I follow for my news. Please feel free to reblog and add:
- Democracy NOW! - Twitter
- The Guardian
- Ars Technica (Technology & Science) (I admit I really just glance over my partner’s shoulder at this)
- PBS : Frontline & PBSNewsHour (Possibly region-specific to US) (Admit I just skim topics and don’t really watch either frequently)
Not Specifically News but Often About Current Events:
I’ve fallen out of my News Habit due to Reasons and fallen into dread newsish magazine hell, but I really need to get back in the saddle :/ Some of my links are programs that get rebroadcast on NPR stations (Like DemoNow, but they play the live broadcast at 8AM which one might miss.)
& I hate the mentality that OP is talking about….like, I’m not a journalist and have no contractual obligation to inform internet randos about things! It’s easier than ever to hear independent and international media, stop relying on tumblr to teach you things, you know what I’m saying?