Above Us Only Sky

Imagine there's no heaven
It's easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
~ John Lennon
Ask me anything

The Koch brothers are going to spend $400 million. Do you know what their agenda is? Do you know what they believe in? Let me tell you what they believe in. This is what they told us. They want to end Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid. More tax breaks for the rich and large corporations. Nobody in America wants that except the billionaire class, and yet they are now able to put hundreds of billions of dollars into the political process. This is a real danger to American democracy.

Senator Bernie Saunders, Meet the Press, NBC, 9/14/14

Brave atheist to be tortured, imprisoned in Saudi Arabia...Christian persecution fetishists quiet 

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"My friends who are very self-critical edit before they actually do anything. They assume that no matter what they do, it’s not going to be good and so they don’t even bother doing it."

— Moby. Watch the talk.

What all ads are supposed to do: create an anxiety relievable by purchase.

- David Foster Wallace

Infinite Jest


A makeup free Marilyn in 1955 by Roy Schatt.

More beautiful.

A makeup free Marilyn in 1955 by Roy Schatt.

More beautiful.

(Source: alwaysmarilynmonroe)

London was beginning to illuminate herself against the night. Electric lights sizzled and jagged in the main thoroughfares, gas lamps in the side streets glimmered a canary gold or green. The sky was a crimson battlefield of spring, but London was not afraid. Her smoke mitigated the splendor, and the clouds down Oxford Street were a delicately painted ceiling, which adorned while it did not distract. She has never known the clear-cut armies of the purer air.

E. M. Forster, Howard’s End

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Robin Williams, New York, 1998. Photograph by Irving Penn © The Irving Penn Foundation

Doing business without advertising
is like winking at a girl in the dark.
You know what you are doing,
but nobody else does.

- Steuart Henderson Britt, 

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