Well, you’re on your own, you always were, in a land of wolves and...– Bob Dylan
If we are going down, we are going down together.– Ben Epstein, How to Make It In America (via leabolante)
God is the only one who does not grow tired of listening to man– Soren Kierkegaard (via farraas)
Dead Can Dance - The Carnival Is Over
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The gospel is never heard in isolation. It is always heard against the...– William Lane Craig on plausibility
RUSH announces new album title: Clockwork Angels →
War doesn’t determine who is right, war determines who is left.– Bertrand Russell
Rush: New Single Due 1 June →
calls for the uptick rule in the World Economic... →
Devil horns? "Hook'em horns?" What does it mean? →
catty1: BBC discusses hand gesture made famous by the late Ronnie James Dio and it’s many meanings.
Revolutionary new transmission mechanism →
The next moment, the waning light expired, and with it the waning flames of the...– Confidence Man, Herman Melville
info description for tonight's episode of Lost
New, HD, “Across the Sea”, (TV-14,V), (2010), Locke’s motives become clear.
Every major horror of history was committed in the name of an altruistic motive.– Ayn Rand
ewokonline: Weezer - Across The Sea
If negative dialectics calls for the self-reflection of thinking, the tangible...– Theodor Adorno, Negative Dialectics
Ramble On Man (until you're done)
Somewhere between Solomon and Morrison he Lies His ramblings are pseudo-intellectual Postmodern sophist but never a critic He’s wise enough to know that he’s not He’s wise enough to know that all thinking people (past present and future) could not united Perpetuate half of what is required to live a perfect life Moreover to portend the meaning Wise men come and go throughout...
There you are then”, said Crowley, sitting back. “Whole sea bubbling, poor old...– drunk!Crowley Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett (via itsgoodomens)
A text is not a text unless it hides from the first comer, from the first...– Jacques Derrida, Plato’s Pharmacy
Marginally mediocre.: Nietzsche was an optimist,... →
Nietzsche was an optimist, Sarte was an opportunist, and Kant was Dr. Who. But Derrida was totally like, the one ring to rule them all. It’s kind of funny how down people get about Nihilism when they can’t even be bothered to have an opinion about the philosophy of language or cognition, eh? I…
Following. Christopher Nolan’s masterpiece.
A quick test of the assertion that enjoyment outweighs pain in this world, or...– Schopenhauer from On The Suffering of the World (via jadabh)