Let them think what they like, but I didn’t mean to drown myself. I meant to...– Joseph Conrad (via themadeshop)
Naturally one can’t characterize the traders as deranged. But for example, they...– Thomas Noll, lead administrator at the Pöschwies prison in Switzerland and co-author of a recent study that found the behavior of stockbrokers to be more reckless and more manipulative than the behavior of psychopaths. (via officialssay)
Poetry is the language of intensity. Because we are going to die, an expression...– C.D. Wright via nthword (via billyjane)
A Story Without Words
charliebowater: aplacetolovedogs: changyy: “What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.” -Albert Pine. This man, he just made my day.
nevver: When the World Trade Center Towers collapsed everyone knew that everything had changed … but then it didn’t.
Jessica Hische - The Dark Art of Pricing →
drawnblog: Jessica Hische on how she prices herself to clients, and why not to quote an hourly rate.
You’re a killer of art, you’re a killer of beauty, you’re even a killer of...– Willem de Kooning to Andy Warhol, The 30 Harshest Artist-on-Artist Insults (via nevver)
arsvitaest: Recovery →
arsvitaest: by Jan Zwicky And when at last grief has dried you out, nearly weightless, like a little bone, one day, no reason in particular, the world decides to tug: twinge under the breastbone, the sudden thought you might stand up, walk to the door and keep on going… And in the seconds following, like…