WERN

Human beings often attach ourselves to the wrong things because we’re subject of so many whims and desires that we don’t always know what to want. A fear you’re getting older and you can actually see the end of the tunnel now might lead someone to step outside their marriage, or act rationally in a way they wouldn’t, because suddenly their motivations have changed, the narrative has changed for them, so you need to be careful what stories you tell yourself.

—Nic Pizzolatto, discussing True Detective on To The Best Of Our Knowledge (via human-voices)

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You think ‘Okay, I get it, I’m prepared for the worst’, but you hold out that small hope, see, and that’s what fucks you up. That’s what kills you.

—Stephen King, Joyland (via allhopeisgon-e)

(Source: fuckyeah-unclesteve, via aroomofchaos)

jilters:

Suspected for 200 murders, at one point was earning $1 000 000 a week, gave birth to 4 children, ran her cocaine business for 19 years while in jail, and whose drug net worth is estimated at around $500 million. Come on feminists, get behind Griselda Blanco, she did the job better than any of the guys could

jilters:

Suspected for 200 murders, at one point was earning $1 000 000 a week, gave birth to 4 children, ran her cocaine business for 19 years while in jail, and whose drug net worth is estimated at around $500 million. Come on feminists, get behind Griselda Blanco, she did the job better than any of the guys could

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itsvondell:

someone is going to say “i have to go to the moon” in a bored, defeated tone one day

(via mentalalchemy)

Tiger got to hunt, bird got to fly;
Man got to sit and wonder ‘why, why, why?’
Tiger got to sleep, bird got to land;
Man got to tell himself he understand.

—Kurt Vonnegut, Cat’s Cradle (via thinksquad)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Franck Bohbot

Chinatown

In this series Franck Bohbot embraces the absence of typical daytime noise, deliveries, lively streets, and tourist visits on the streets of New York City’s Chinatown.
Half-way between poetry and science fiction-like movie sets, through this nocturnal series with New York City as the sole backdrop, he invites us to discover an empty, motionless neighborhood devoid of its inhabitants. With his camera by his side, some images were shot instinctively while others are more contemplative. The result is an enigmatic voyage that creates a pictorial and fantasy-like universe in the thick of night.

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