People love telling war stories: Because we mostly purchase cheaply manufactured...– Black Friday Shopping Is Like War, That’s Why We Love It by Michael Brendan Dougherty (via mwfrost)
The profoundest truth of war is that the issue of battle is usually decided in...– B. H. Liddell Hart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
If we’re not supposed to dance, Why all this music?– Gregory Orr, Concerning the Book that is the Body of the Beloved (via soulsublime)
Televised Debates: A Strange Way to Pick... →
utnereader: Presidential debates, says NBC News Political Director and Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd, are now part of the winnowing process. Instead of going to a small state and wooing caucus-goers, Republican presidential hopefuls are going on national cable to see if they can resonate with the voters. With 26 GOP debates currently scheduled between May 5, 2011, and March...
Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.– Benjamin Franklin (via vikingpenguinbooks)
The exhausted are attracted by what is harmful.– Friedrich Nietzsche, The Case Of Wagner (1888). (via circulationwithinmyskull) (via itnumberpi)
In the U.S. you have to be a deviant or die of boredom.– William Burroughs (via fuckyeahbeatgeneration)
Wit has truth in it; wisecracking is simply calisthenics with words.– Dorothy Parker (via theparisreview)
itnumberpi: « Obéissez à vos porcs qui gouvernent. Je me soumets à mes dieux qui n’existent pas. » (178) ~~ René Char, Les Feuillets d’Hypnos, 1946.
Each of us has his own rhythm of suffering.– Roland Barthes (via sometimesagreatnotion)