I am deliberate and afraid of nothing.– Audre Lorde
You are born modern, you do not become so.– Jean Baudrillard
It is always the same: once you are liberated, you are forced to ask who you...– Jean Baudrillard
Fantasy is not the opposite of reality; it is what reality forecloses, and, as a...– From Undoing Gender by Judith Butler
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leftoverconor: let’s add some realness to it. thanksforgivingthenativepeoplediseaseandtakingourlandfromus andfuckingusovergreatly,day. yes. i hate most if not all holidays.
I want to sniff the glue that holds families together– From Logic in the House of Sawed-Off Telescopes by Jeffrey McDaniel
If someone will explain Chinese perspective to me—I will elaborate on the...– Untitled by Wallace Berman For John Birch & Karl Marx
What strikes me is the fact that in our society, art has become something which...– Michel Foucault
you played with my bones now my bones lie soft and frustrated on your platter...– From The Bones #2 by Steve Dalachinsky
Beyond a critical point within a finite space, freedom diminishes as numbers...– From Frank Herbert
Today I am fragile pale twitching insane and full of purpose.– From Gravity by Maura O’Connor
Music by The Smiles Song: Cala Cola Album:...
Love this video Music by Twin Sister Song All Around and Away We Go
From yimmyayo: Like the Music
If you aren’t rich you should always look useful.– Louis-Ferdinand Céline, the new shelton wet/dry (via nevver)
Book: Ants Have Sex In Your Been By: David Shrigley A hilarious illustated book from a artist from Glasgow, Scotland. He is twisted, philosophical, and sometimes sad; yet still remains humorous Is it Black Comedy? You decide.
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the only way i know how to wash dishes is by smashing them against the wall! by Pedro Pietri
What does it mean to be human, we cry out, and being human, we’re left...– From Much Ado About Nothing by John Bennett
Just got back from a Philosophy conference at Penn State. I’m totally in love with Hegel and want to have his children.
Thales Tales: Ethics
Question: What is the most difficult thing to do?
Thales: To know oneself.
Question: What is the easiest thing to do?
Thales: To give advice to others.
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I will jump out the window if thats what it takes to satisfy you sexually, but only if you live in the basement by Pedro Pietri
Truths for Mature Humans, ChloeSomeone this... →