I was stoned as hell when I wrote this, but I'll laugh if it happens.
RT @XEECEEVEVO@twitter.com: have a good weekend
I am seeing a Take lately that is basically “the problem is people putting too much emotional investment into their online life.”
I just want to point out that, for some people, online communities are the place where they can actually find other people who are like them.
For example, If you are queer and live outside of a major city, it can be rather difficult to find a community of other queer people, in person.
There is nothing wrong or unhealthy about finding that community digitally.
Well, I made something.
Before you listen, a bit of an explanation: Vaporwave is kinda all about contrasts and lies, cheery empty future promises. Thinking back on 2000s era for me felt like that but more present, happy pop music and sitcoms with a constant background fear everyone was trying not to think about. I tried to emulate that contrast in this:
It probably needs more work, but I kinda ran out of time on it (going on vacation today)
A little bit cunty; A little bit drunk and old.
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