Note to future-me: Whenever you're scrolling through #CrazyIdea to find some project to work on, take this as an extra vote on a multi-account masto client!!1!
Ugh. I'm trying to look for new clothes, that can help me escape normcore fashion, and it would be nice if it was also sustainably made.
Finding companies that makes sustainable and eco-friendly clothes in Denmark is not hard. But unfortunately their designs are either extremely normcore or nordic-hipster. And that's not what I want at all! >:(
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A petition has been started to ask the Dutch government to #SanctionTheUSA for human rights violations.
This American asks if it is your will, please sign and share this petition, because we *are* completely steering to genocide.
hey new folks!! i've tried several different mobile apps for mastodon and i wanted to share the one that worked for me-- which isn't an app at all!
starting a capitalism appreciation society for people who like upper-case letters
Also, like, a LOT of bands I listen to write songs about war. It's a very common theme in heavy metal. But the difference is if you write a black metal album about World War 1, it's a LOT easier to be obviously-critical of war and needless death in that genre's framework than if you write a power metal album about WW1. Death metal can go to extremes of graphic brutality to illustrate the horrors of war.
Power metal just makes you feel good.
Black Metal: This band is called 1914, the album is called The Blind Leading the Blind, and the cover is the Grim Reaper walking in a field of bodies.
Power Metal: This band is Sabaton, the album is called Heroes, and the cover is a monument surrounded by smoke and fire.
Like, do you see the difference, here?