Hotels are all booked for golden week, so we’re in a seedy love hotel in Himeji. Amenities include: huge tv, jacuzzi with TV, 5 kinds of lotion, massage chair, mood lighting, a slot machine, a lingerie dispenser, a personal massager, and l a western style king bed. Life high point? #japan #wtf
Jeff Mangum has teased us with solo shows for long enough. Neutral Milk Hotel are actually, no-bullshit reuniting and heading out on tour in 2013— 15 years after their last shows together. The schedule can be found here. Only a handful have been announced so far, but apparently there is “more to come.”
Excuse me. I’m going to party like it’s 1998.
What if men were photographed the way women typically were?
Photos are by Sylvain Norget
— Henry Rollins (via awelltraveledwoman)
Since it debuted in March 2012, the popular comic book Saga has illustrated the following: robot sex, a giant with five-story-tall sagging testicles, a child prostitution ring on a brothel planet called Sextillion, blow jobs, fisting, interspecies erotica, and enough bloody viscera to make a butcher squirm.
But none of these are why Apple banned the most recent issue of the comic book from its App Store this week. No, Saga #12 won’t be available for purchase because of “two postage stamp-sized images of gay sex,” according to writer Brian K. Vaughn.
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Update: Comixology CEO David Steinberger put out a statement this afternoon, claiming that the issue will be made available for purchase through the App Store soon. He also denied that Apple banned the issue, writing, “As a partner of Apple, we have an obligation to respect its policies for apps and the books offered in apps. Based on our understanding of those policies, we believed that Saga #12 could not be made available in our app, and so we did not release it today. […] Given this, it should be clear that Apple did not reject Saga #12.”
BUT SAGA IS THE BEST.
Passive-aggressive break-up notes in every day life.
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