Oh, Diane, I almost forgot. Got to find out what kind of trees these are. They’re really something.
out of the corner of your eye you spot him
I CANT BREATHE
if i ever stop reblogging this, just assume I’ve died
No they haven’t, no he didn’t.
Do people really go on tumblr at work though? You’ve got problems.
Zach Hill: We had the cover idea for a while before we moved in there. We started Death Grips being very pro-homosexual and pro-individual— the idea of being OK with yourself no matter what. It really has to do with acceleration— culturally, on a world level— of sexuality in general, and getting past homophobia. People should be able to look deeper into something rather than just seeing some dick. It’s also a spiritual thing; it’s fearlessness.
As a group, we’re perceived in large part as male or very aggressive, but we don’t think about those things. There is no gender to this group. It’s androgynous. But we know that perception. Peoples’ hangups with sexuality, gender, and nudity— it’s similar to how I feel about organized religion. It’s toxic and poisonous to the human mind, and the development of humans in the modern world. In our own modest way, through our artwork, that’s what it represents: pushing past everything that makes people slaves without even knowing it.
I’ve always had a problem with motivating myself to do tasks that I didn’t feel were fulfilling or were actually required of me(exams, end project results/deliverables, etc.). I’d always sit around and play the Game of the Moment™ until my eyes hurt, realize it was 3am, and either not complete said important task, or stay up way too late, try to complete it, and not complete it sufficiently or do the bare minimum required to pass.
Another thing I’ve found difficult after getting a job in my field is finding time/motivation to study new technologies and techniques in my field, and work on personal projects. HabitRPG helps to visualize, quantify, and appropriately reward myself for doing said tasks.
HabitRPG has been an interesting to-do list, and allowed me to figure out that yes, doing things that you’re *supposed* to do allows you to do *fun* things, not that everything should be fun all of the time.
If you’re new to the App, the FAQ is a good overview of what it’s about and how it works. I’ve made a list of a couple of tips to those new to the app can do to make it easier to get into.