I like this better than my, “It’s not your fault that you’re crazy, but it is your responsibility.”
After years of speculation and rumors, further fueled by mysterious tweets from both series creators Mark Frost and David Lynch this weekend, it’s finally official: Twin Peaks, the super influential cult television series that ran on ABC from…
New dance tutorial for you single ladies! HOLLERRRR
You’re welcome. #KeepCalm and #Dance like #IanCurtis. #JoyDivision (at Los Angeles, California (North Hollywood))
Emotional Hang-ups: New designs and new medium! If you like our designs but don’t want to pay $14 or more for them on clothing, and you don’t like how they look on little things like buttons, mugs, and bumperstickers, why not try posters? They start at $7 and are bigger than most shirts. I’ll keep adding designs and formats, so keep checking all the usual social media for updates.
This was originally posted February 26, 2010.
I deal with suicidal, unipolar depression and I take medication daily to treat it. Over the past seven years, I’ve had two episodes that were severe and during which I thought almost exclusively of suicide. I did not eat much and lost weight during…
This is why I have a tumblr blog. So assholes like this, who plagiarize my work, have to get a name like crazy-meds. They probably think the link to the site’s home page in that teeny little typeface makes it all better. It doesn’t, asshole.
But now I know what to do with a tumblr blog, so thanks for the idea dildo-breath. I might even steal some of those graphics to use, because sharing is caring, right?
More plagiarists at the Crazymeds Plagiarism Hall of Shame.
New designs! Assorted brain cooties aren’t contagious. Bipolar, depression, epilepsy, OCD, PTSD, and schizophrenia. Shirts and mugs. Buttons, magnets, and bumperstickers coming eventually. Like Team Schizophrenia, Schizophrenia Is NOT Contagious merchandise is sold at cost.
Oklahoma totally freaked out after a sudden earthquake shook their #butts for the first time in years.
JG Ballard’s books for children were not a success by Tom Gauld.