Have a Heart

Condolences to gentle hearts who couldn’t bear to try. I don’t wanna live like this, but I don’t wanna die.


Operation S.I.N. 01 Variant Cover by Gabriel Hardman

Operation S.I.N. 01 Variant Cover by Gabriel Hardman

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This is a totally self-serving post since my blog already runs completely on queue, like, this post included, but I want everyone to be jealous of my upcoming Washington, D.C. vacation. I leave late tonight – I apparently only fly red eyes now? – and I have everything scheduled to run until the end of the month (even though I’ll be back home on the 29th).

I’ll see you when I’ll see you. I’ll talk to you when I talk to you. I’m on Twitter, Instagram, and MMS/WhatsApp if you have my telephone number, of course. If you got words directed at me, say them there. If you don’t, follow me anyway because I deleted my old one, and I definitely miss the lot of you – well, maybe not you, you know who you are¹. I love you, and don’t you ever forget that.

In summary, later days.

¹Nobody. It’s nobody.

Ex Hex – How You Got That Girl

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I have no mercy or compassion in me for a society that will crush people, and then penalize them for not being able to stand under the weight.

— Malcolm X, The Autobiography of Malcolm X


“I feel like why not use any kind of power I have to serve. There’s a famous saying that ‘to serve is to love.’ I don’t want my tombstone to just say I was a series regular and Oscar nominee.”

“I feel like why not use any kind of power I have to serve. There’s a famous saying that ‘to serve is to love.’ I don’t want my tombstone to just say I was a series regular and Oscar nominee.”


Thandie Newton and Nicole Kidman, rare photos of Hollywood by Michael White.
Thandie Newton and Nicole Kidman, rare photos of Hollywood by Michael White.

Two women give food to a red and green macaw in a city garden in Brazil, 1944.Photograph by W. Robert Moore, National Geographic Creative

Two women give food to a red and green macaw in a city garden in Brazil, 1944.
Photograph by W. Robert Moore, National Geographic Creative