March 22, 2014
nevver:

Youth and Beauty

nevver:

Youth and Beauty

(Source: johntottenham.com)

March 20, 2014
"Academics have got to get out of the Parisian paper matchbox and back into the cultural mainstream, the American roaring rapids, with their daily excitement and bracing vulgarity."

— Camille Paglia, “Sex, Art, and American Culture”

March 15, 2014
http://m.soundcloud.com/scottrek38/ha

March 11, 2014

play four-square with the world as ball

March 7, 2014

(Source: nevver)

February 25, 2014
thesochillnetwork:

This is trying to tell me something…

Et en Arcadia ego

thesochillnetwork:

This is trying to tell me something…

Et en Arcadia ego

February 25, 2014

(Source: kierandotward, via norealbusinessbeinghere)

February 15, 2014
"Cultivate what people reproach you for, because that’s you."

Eugène Delacroix, painter

January 22, 2014
"The second class, the aristocrats, are those who bore themselves. As noted above, they generally entertain others—in a certain external sense sometimes the mob, in a deeper sense, only their fellow initiates. The more profoundly they bore themselves, the more powerfully do they serve to divert these latter, even when their boredom reaches its zenith, as when they either die (passive form), or shoot themselves out of curiosity (the active form)."

— Søren Kierkegaard, “The Rotation Method”

January 17, 2014
logic problem:
Q: If 'leg' meant 'leg or tail,' how many legs would a donkey have?
A: Four. Anatomically donkeys have four legs.
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