7/23/2014

The Blind Assassin/ Margaret Atwood


★★★★★★

The Ending is stunning and so brilliantly-written.

7/23/2014

The Blind Assassin/ Margaret Atwood

★★★★★★

The Ending is stunning and so brilliantly-written.

7/22/2014

Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass/Bruno Schulz

★★★

Unfortunately, I didn’t enjoy it.

7/22/2014

Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass/Bruno Schulz

★★★

Unfortunately, I didn’t enjoy it.

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meredithxgraves:

a very dorky selfie, but I made a cool crown in the van today with flowers from outside a gas station.

meredithxgraves:

a very dorky selfie, but I made a cool crown in the van today with flowers from outside a gas station.

7/20/2014
Spirited Away/Hayao Miyazaki
★★★★★★
I’ve watched it like n times and I can still watch the N+1 times.

7/20/2014

Spirited Away/Hayao Miyazaki

★★★★★★

I’ve watched it like n times and I can still watch the N+1 times.

7/17/2014

Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts 1844/ Karl Marx

★★★★★★

"The less you are, the less you express your own life, the more you have, i.e., the greater is your alienated life, the greater is the store of your estranged being. Everything which the political economist takes from you in life and in humanity, he replaces for you in money and in wealth; and all the things which you cannot do, your money can do. It can eat and, drink, go to the dance hall and the theatre; it can travel, it can appropriate art, learning, the treasures of the past, political power – all this it can appropriate for you – it can buy all this: it is true endowment. Yet being all this, it wants to do nothing but create itself, buy itself; for everything else is after all its servant, and when I have the master I have the servant and do not need his servant. All passions and all activity must therefore be submerged in avarice. The worker may only have enough for him to want to live, and may only want to live in order to have that."

7/17/2014

Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts 1844/ Karl Marx

★★★★★★


"The less you are, the less you express your own life, the more you have, i.e., the greater is your alienated life, the greater is the store of your estranged being. Everything which the political economist takes from you in life and in humanity, he replaces for you in money and in wealth; and all the things which you cannot do, your money can do. It can eat and, drink, go to the dance hall and the theatre; it can travel, it can appropriate art, learning, the treasures of the past, political power – all this it can appropriate for you – it can buy all this: it is true endowment. Yet being all this, it wants to do nothing but create itself, buy itself; for everything else is after all its servant, and when I have the master I have the servant and do not need his servant. All passions and all activity must therefore be submerged in avarice. The worker may only have enough for him to want to live, and may only want to live in order to have that."

onjamesblake:

http://1800-dinosaur.com/

I TRIED TO UNDERSTAND IT AND SUDDENLY REALIZE THIS IS JUST SO STUPID HAHAHAHA

onjamesblake:

http://1800-dinosaur.com/

I TRIED TO UNDERSTAND IT AND SUDDENLY REALIZE THIS IS JUST SO STUPID HAHAHAHA

lykkeli:

By: Andreas Larsson

lykkeli:

By: Andreas Larsson

"It completely sickens me what our culture is doing to women. Last week I wore a big top and little shorts and a bunch of stuff came out saying I was without pants. ‘The No-Pants Look,’ it said. And I didn’t go out without pants, I had shorts on… If Olivia Wilde had gone to a party with a big silky top and little shorts she might have been told her outfit was cute… What it was really: ‘Why did you show us your thighs’?"

Lena Dunham  (via endangeredbodiesnyc)

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