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dustinmartian:

podcasts slow down about 20% in the summer, meaning donations do as well. all of feral audio is volunteer based and we are growing rapidly! which is so, so dope but the costs to run it increase monthly and come out of pocket.
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dustinmartian:

podcasts slow down about 20% in the summer, meaning donations do as well. all of feral audio is volunteer based and we are growing rapidly! which is so, so dope but the costs to run it increase monthly and come out of pocket.
if ya like our shows and wanna keep downloading them on the reg, I know times are tight and this ain’t the Clinton era but lend us a one time $5, $10 or $20 dollar donation! it goes a long way, keeps me able to do what I do and able to pay our volunteers for working for free for over two years now! #feralaudio #podcasts #wemakethecoolestpodcastsbecausewejustdontgiveaF

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"Put aside your thoughts of suicide taking care of sea life but it’s gonna be a bumpy ride, some of your sea creatures are gonna die."

Probably the dopest verse I’ll ever spit.

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Tony Shalhoub Award
Episode 103
Happy Birthday to all the Fathers out there, Kumail is comptrolling, Erin runs her best game yet and D&D is sizzling. Come get your Harmontown!


I’m on this.  And I’m fantastic.  (I haven’t listened to it, I could be awful.)

Tony Shalhoub Award

Episode 103

Happy Birthday to all the Fathers out there, Kumail is comptrolling, Erin runs her best game yet and D&D is sizzling. Come get your Harmontown!

I’m on this. And I’m fantastic. (I haven’t listened to it, I could be awful.)

(via dustinmartian)

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thisisjustgreat:

"So, what I guess I’m trying to answer or say is that I don’t - being inside my head is what I have to offer you, and so that’s what I do. And it isn’t - to me, when I relate to a piece of fiction or a novel or something, it isn’t that it makes me step outside of myself. Although sometimes, there are those kind of books. But, I mean, the things that I really relate to is when I read something that is articulate, something that I felt but haven’t been able to articulate. And I find that incredibly moving. And I find an incredible sense of community in that.  
And sometimes it’s over centuries, which is even more exciting to me. If I read something somebody wrote 300 years ago, and it’s me, you know, what I’m going through now in my head - I mean, it sends chills down my spine. And I feel like that’s what I want to be able to offer, that if I offer myself, that there’s a chance that somebody else will feel connected because they felt that. And even if the story is sad, you can be connected in your sadness and the sadness of being a human being.”
—Charlie Kaufman

thisisjustgreat:

"So, what I guess I’m trying to answer or say is that I don’t - being inside my head is what I have to offer you, and so that’s what I do. And it isn’t - to me, when I relate to a piece of fiction or a novel or something, it isn’t that it makes me step outside of myself. Although sometimes, there are those kind of books. But, I mean, the things that I really relate to is when I read something that is articulate, something that I felt but haven’t been able to articulate. And I find that incredibly moving. And I find an incredible sense of community in that.  

And sometimes it’s over centuries, which is even more exciting to me. If I read something somebody wrote 300 years ago, and it’s me, you know, what I’m going through now in my head - I mean, it sends chills down my spine. And I feel like that’s what I want to be able to offer, that if I offer myself, that there’s a chance that somebody else will feel connected because they felt that. And even if the story is sad, you can be connected in your sadness and the sadness of being a human being.”

—Charlie Kaufman

(Source: brightwalldarkroom, via theidiotking)