what is the appeal of a normal life?







Joss Whedon’s Personal Top 10 Episodes of Buffy (x)

The Body made me realize that tv shows can be traumatic.

We do not discuss that episode


I didn’t really like Restless, but the others are definitely the more memorable ones! 

Oh I loved Restless. It was such a weird finale. Plus, The Cheese Man!!



art and commercialism are lovers and to think you can separate the two for the sake of pure politics??? it’s not a thing that will ever happen unless you live in a vacuum and never show your work and never need to pay rent and believe all your ideas are original and your own. nothing is pure, okay? *throws glitter* get over it.

i really believe artists (all of us) do our best work when we can live solely off producing our work. america doesn’t make that super easy though.

One shouldn’t be afraid of the humans, but of what is inhuman in them.
Ivo Andrić (via fuckyeahwritersquotesandwisdom)
My recipe for life is not being afraid of myself, afraid of what I think or of my opinions.
Eartha Kitt (via infamoussayings)


Nikolaus Gansterer: The Gray Matter Hypothesis

chalk drawing on black wall, 2013

a diagram showing internal correlations and their external consequences marked out by key figures of thought balancing between reflecting and representing symbols of power affected by the structures of human experience and the various forms of interpretation.”

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Neither the Queen nor Prince Philip has any liking for slow-moving emotional or psychological dramas, infinitely preferring a film with plenty of plot and action. If things are slow on the screen, they are not above adding their own interjections, though perhaps not quite to the extent that the Queen’s father did when he was alive. “For heaven’s sake, get on with it, man!” the King would shout if the hero was perhaps too slow and dreamy in his lovemaking. Philip’s occasional wisecracks are couched in lower terms audible only to those nearest to him, while the Queen has a habit of forecasting aloud what she thinks is going to happen next. In the semi-darkness of her private movie theatre she gives full play to those inner feelings she is so good at concealing in public. A comedy sequence will invariably reduce her to peals of hearty laughter, while a moment of screen suspense has even been known to wrench a throaty scream from her.
The Royal Family A Personal Portrait by Ralphe M. White and Graham Fisher
The only people who ever get anyplace interesting are the people who get lost.
Henry David Thoreau (via explore-everywhere)