About

JawsForJesus is a guerrilla publisher. Here's some crap he's done or is doing: Twitter. A since-discontinued side project regarding the disappearance of intern Bradley Logan. An infamous video which may or may not have had a hand in the suspension of the Author's Youtube account. Any and all questions are welcomed.

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People I Follow

  • Geektastic!
  • Skavoovee
  • My Drunk Kitchen
  • Jerkcity HD
  • Future Feature
  • Fuck Yeah Portland
  • Nonsensical is Our Thing
  • screenshots of despair
  • the finer details
  • Box Brown
  • Tumblr Staff
  • Humans of Portland
  • Christian Nightmares
  • WARREN ELLIS chronofile-minimal (hibernation mode)
  • Owen Cook
  • red pulp
  • Demographic of One
  • Abby Loves Film
  • Untitled
  • Remind Me of This...
  • scorpion dagger
  • .balderdashery.
  • fuckyeahwrecks
  • gunshow tumblin teen feed
  • here's that bad advice you were hoping for
  • THE WORST ROOM
  • Nedroid Fun Times
  • Scandinavian Women's Chorus of Rhode Island
  • Borrow or Rob?
  • TIME IS A FLAT CIRCUS
  • Antique Evaluations
  • garfield minus garfield
  • A Different Class
  • Benjamin Constantine (plump oyster/ben sea)
  • i hate my parents
  • Pornhub Comments On Stock Photos
  • Tumblweed - where I gather all of the things
  • Mr Steve Mcqueen
  • YOU CHOSE WRONG
  • My Vocabulary Did This For Me
  • Untitled
  • Paul Williams
  • AxB: Fanfic a la carte
  • REMAINING EYE.
  • Twitter: The Comic
  • Notes from Stonesthrow
  • Pen & Ink
  • FUCK THEORY
  • Pornhub Comments On Valentines
  • HAW HAW HAW
  • Okc_ebooks
  • A Troop of Echoes' Fine Dining Guide
  • Windows 95 Tips, Tricks, and Tweaks
  • sea of joy
  • Neverheard in PDX
  • fedoras of okc
  • PUA.txt
  • Nice Hitler
  • Hell's Accordionist
  • National Geographic Daily
  • We Play Covers
  • CRESCENT CITY PARADISO
  • Muircity
  • Free-Thinker Salon
  • Post-It Portrait
  • 770RT537
  • Thank You, Dear Leader
  • Conor W Fields
  • Untitled
  • Lose Your Own Adventure
  • White People Mourning Romney
  • read more wikipedia.
  • STEVE GOBS
  • A Softer Citadel
  • The Hunger GaME:3
  • G.J.Scantron
  • I Heart Classics
  • Bona fide white bread making my name.
  • One-Dollar Genius
  • Brookie's Bruises
  • MANHATTAN CHOWDER
  • FOUND Magazine
  • The Journey
  • 500 words or less
  • Man of Many Frowns Stencils
  • Pictures of Depressed Looking Stock Traders
  • fuckyeahghosttowns
  • A Quiet Normal Life
  • Chicks With Steve Buscemeyes
  • Super Gods
  • I Rock Docs
  • If I was the rain, that could bind hearts together
  • plus a drawing of muhammed
  • The Project Gutenberg Project
  • Dead, But Dreaming
  • The Big Caption
  • So Say The People
  • Origins and Operation
Cheshire - Created by Alter Imaging
3 years ago
Heartbreaking images of what we are doing to our planet.

Heartbreaking images of what we are doing to our planet.

3 years ago
100% Pure Pennsylvania Motor Oil: Because when you think “horrible greasy shit that is destroying all the beautiful things on this planet”, you think “Pennsylvania”!

100% Pure Pennsylvania Motor Oil: Because when you think “horrible greasy shit that is destroying all the beautiful things on this planet”, you think “Pennsylvania”!

3 years ago

British Petroleum CEO Tony Hayward got himself in trouble not long after the oil rig explosion by saying “There’s no one who wants this thing over more than I do, I’d like my life back.”  He was widely criticized for this remark.

In the interest of rubbing salt into his wound and assuaging my guilt for being too broke/lazy to ride the bus to work, here’s a series of pictures (courtesy The Big Picture and Awesome Stories) I captioned in Photoshop.  This one’s for you, Tony.

3 years ago

I feel guilty buying aerosol cans. They offend my complicated yet internally logical sense of aesthetics and politics.

- Maybe my favorite (prose) line from the upcoming edition of Interrobang ‘Zine. From the story “Performance Piece: Housewife” by Elizabeth Castiglione.
3 years ago

Courtesy of CNN: A video of the oil gushing from a broken pipeline, 5,000 feet under the Gulf of Mexico.  I wish there some sense of scale in the video here…