I believe the saddest thing in life, is caring so much for someone and then one...– Unknown. (via justlia)
How Money Laundering Works →
pica: Too bad this page wasn’t around when they were shooting Office Space.
I hope no one ever puts too much information in the internet… I’d hate to see one of those tubes burst and drown all the baby seals.
Nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.– Oscar Wilde (via nineplustwo)
I don’t really have habits or hobbies, I consider myself to be more of an...– my conscience
The need for exercise is a modern superstition invented by people who ate too...– George Santayana (via nineplustwo)
Sorry. I’m at Comic-Con, which makes me feel like a fucking sexpert, just...– Vidiot Tumble (via everythingontheinternetistrue)
If memes survive by parasitizing human minds, so, reciprocally, can the mind...– William S. Burroughs (via Language ‘Is’ A Virus)
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“By Abracadabra we signify An infinite number of things. ‘Tis the answer to What? and How? and Why? And Whence? and Wither? — a word whereby The Truth (with the comfort it brings) Is open to all who grope in the night, Crying for Wisdom’s holy light. Whether the word is a verb or a noun Is knowledge beyond my reach. I only know that ‘tis handed down. From...
In the future, the artist no longer has to endure having people stand, looking...– Jhonen Vasquez: Comicon impending (via inky) I don’t like this at all. Don’t take yourself so seriously. It’s not even an original idea, the tower of babel isn’t just a cute concept either. I wish whoever said this would have thought a little more about what they were...
The thing I hate the most about advertising is that it attracts all the bright,...– Bansky (via I saw this yesterday and I can’t remember where. Help.) (via bauldoff) (via kirstenbecken) (via nineplustwo)
Save A Buck, and Stick It to the Airlines: Ship... →
(via pica) We’ve been doing this for years.
How Pixar treated a woman who made a YouTube video... →
If Steve Jobs goes, I’ll have lost both my biggest heros in one year… I don’t know if I’m prepared for that.
Venus In Furs
Cruithne - "Earth's Second Moon" →
From 3000 B.C. onward the clay-tablet records kept by the priests, and...– taken from The Story Of Civilization (first book of fourteen) A book I borrowed from my grandfather’s library.
Weirdest number that’s call my phone yet: area code (202) Washington, DC. last night.