Spectators Of Suicide/Exploding in society’s eye.

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Went to one of Brian Cox’s physics lectures.  Played the Brian Cox Drinking Game.  Didn’t understand much of the lecture.

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"We had two bags of grass, seventy-five pellets of mescaline, five sheets of high powered blotter acid, a salt shaker half full of cocaine, a whole galaxy of multi-colored uppers, downers, screamers, laughers… Also a quart of tequila, a quart of rum, a case of beer, a pint of raw ether and two dozen amyls."

- Hunter S. Thompson, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

"Disappear Here.
The syringe fills with blood.
You’re a beautiful boy and that’s all that matters.
Wonder if he’s for sale.
People are afraid to merge. To merge."

- Bret Easton Ellis, Less Than Zero (via foulragbone)

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This is an absolutely brilliant piece of cinema, especially if you’re interested at all in the Cold War, the Arab-Israeli conflict or of course, Ilich Ramírez Sánchez himself.

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A++, would hire again for role of Person Who Can No Longer Bear the Vapidity That Surrounds Him.

Pattinson’s brilliant.  I like to think he’s making a mockery of all the pointless shit that surrounds him.  He’s like the only charater in a Bret Easton Ellis novel who doesn’t fit in there.

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"It really worries me that 84% of this audience agrees with that statement, because the kind of people that say “political correctness gone mad” are usually using that phrase as a kind of cover action to attack minorities or people that they disagree with. I’m of an age that I can see what a difference political correctness has made. When I was four years old, my grandfather drove me around Birmingham, where the Tories had just fought an election campaign saying, “if you want a nigger for a neighbour, vote Labour,” and he drove me around saying, “this is where all the niggers and the coons and the jungle bunnies live.” And I remember being at school in the early 80s and my teacher, when he read the register, instead of saying the name of the one asian boy in the class, he would say, “is the black spot in,” right? And all these things have gradually been eroded by political correctness, which seems to me to be about an institutionalised politeness at its worst. And if there is some fallout from this, which means that someone in an office might get in trouble one day for saying something that someone was a bit unsure about because they couldn’t decide whether it was sexist or homophobic or racist, it’s a small price to pay for the massive benefits and improvements in the quality of life for millions of people that political correctness has made. It’s a complete lie that allows the right, which basically controls media now, and national politics, to make people on the left who are concerned about the way people are represented look like killjoys. And I’m sick, I’m really sick— 84% of you in this room that have agreed with this phrase, you’re like those people who turn around and go, “you know who the most oppressed minorities in Britain are? White, middle-class men.” You’re a bunch of idiots."

- Stewart Lee (via voixhumaine)

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