Of the various kinds of intelligence, generosity is the first.– John Surowiecki (via human-voices)
If you want to buy something special for your loved one at this time of seasonal...– Musician ELVIS COSTELLO, in a blog post begging fans not to buy his latest box set, the price ($339.98) of which he called “either a misprint or satire.” I love this. (via the LA Times)
thank cosmos for all the strange little loves in...
you keep me kicking, darlings
BLOG.INTERNET.COM: If you are friends with me on... →
oldtobegin: attheageofdecay: I had a friend on there that just couldn’t grasp the concept that there is almost no situation on Earth you can describe that it isn’t an advantage to be a man. He was trying to argue that a man’s struggles are equal to those a woman faces. I am positive that anyone that follows me on Tumblr… Thankful for my real allies. Legit question: What’s the deal...
The very last Calvin & Hobbes Comic
attheageofdecay: the80sareforever: The destruction of a childhood. Max covered this already. This was not the last Calvin and Hobbes strip. Anyone that read the strip knows that this isn’t even a legit strip. I know a lot of you are younger and might have missed out on it, which to me is very sad as it was a big part of my childhood. This imagination crushing thing was not Waterson’s...
Everything is always fucked up, it’s never fucked down. I think the problem with...– Shane Koyczan, Thoughts (via labellecollectionneuse)
“Massachusetts afternoon: hanging out on the porch and drinking cinnamon beer with you.”
So when people say that poetry is a luxury, or an option, or for the educated...– From Jeanette Winterson’s “All About My Mother.” (via queershoulder)
lucidaconsole asked: i love you for posting the sabre dance. also for being you.
theblacknessdyer asked: Now that you mention it: favorite pizza toppings?
Reblog if you want your followers to ask you...
oldtobegin: why not X3 slow sunday. Does anyone else, instead of ever getting actual messages, actually just lose four of five followers every time they dare to post one of these things? Sooooo sorry that I’m a bored human being who sometimes wants to converse with anonymous strangers about sex, books and pizza, ya fickle jerks.
Everything is more complicated than you think. You only see a tenth of what is...– Charlie Kaufman (via black-wolves)
Women are still in emotional bondage as long as we need to worry that we might...– Marianne Williamson (via thagalukazz)
pretty sure I'm the lovechild of Mary Poppins &...
Trans Woman Wants Ruling After Topless DMV Fiasco →
sexartandpolitics: supermattachine: hoaxzine: A transgender woman in Tennessee is asking the state to make a consistent ruling about her gender after a government office labeled her a male but police arrested her on a female-specific charge. Andrea Jones of Morristown, Tenn., who had gender reassignment surgery and has been recognized as a woman by the Social Security office, decided to make...
I have hoped as many hopes and dreamed so many dreams, seen them swept aside by...– Woody Guthrie (via endormirse)
A Bloody Mess: aerialcircus: SCENE: 11am at the... →
abloodymess: aerialcircus: SCENE: 11am at the Montague Book Mill, a quaint, adorable used bookstore built inside an old mill. There is, as usual, total silence- although you can hear the quaint, adorable river bubbling faintly through the windows. CAIT is perusing in the poetry section when her cell phone begins to ring. CAIT’s ringtone is the opening war cry of Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant...
SCENE: 11am at the Montague Book Mill, a quaint, adorable used bookstore built inside an old mill. There is, as usual, total silence- although you can hear the quaint, adorable river bubbling faintly through the windows. CAIT is perusing in the poetry section when her cell phone begins to ring. CAIT’s ringtone is the opening war cry of Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song”...
So why do I talk about the benefits of failure? Simply because failure meant a...– J.K. Rowling (via mykindafairytalee) J.K. Rowling wrote her first novel on an old typewriter or by hand sitting in cafe’s at night while raising a child by herself and surviving on welfare. I think about this literally every day.