Life is truly quite absurd, but with a little effort we could make it completely ridiculous.
Idealists have a hard time understanding that the universe doesn't give a fuck what they believe in.
In five years time, you will be dead and a stranger with your memories will inhabit your body. Don't worry, in ten years they'll be dead too.
There is no conspiracy. Nobody is in charge. It's a headless blunder operating under the illusion of a master plan.
Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable.
-John F. Kennedy
There is no limit to the creativity and brlliance a person can display in suggesting a solution to a problem they don't really understand
If we'd been born where they were born and taught what they were taught, we would believe what they believe.
-Church Sign in Northern Ireland
God created the world and everything in it right after he found an instruction manual telling him how to do it.
"The object of life is to make sure you die a weird death. To make sure that however it finds you, it will find you under very weird circumstances. To live that kind of life . . . - Thomas Pynchon
Revolution: The act of going around in a circle, eventually winding up back where you started.
Discordians do it with... oh my god! where did all these bugs come from?!?! They're coming out of my skin, holy shit! How can you think about sex at a time like this?
Capitalism: That hypnotic, trance-like music that keeps them dancing on the backs of the bruised.
I think all any of us really wants is connection, and I think as a culture we've somehow fooled ourselves into thinking there's exactly one person in the world who can give it to us.
i don't have expectations; i have hopes. i don't have plans; i have dreams. i don't have a future; i have a life. and that is infinitely better.
most of what you live is pure imagination : marriage, money, name, nationality, religion, job, etc. all are human inventions.
The moment we want to believe something, we suddenly see all the arguments for it, and become blind to the arguments against it.
-George Bernard Shaw
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I --
I tore off my clothes and ran screaming through the trees
We insist on seeing patterns that aren't there. The ones that really are there are quite beautiful enough, thank you.
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