I reckon.
The big lie about capitalism is that everyone can be rich. That’s impossible. Capitalism works only if the vast majority of the population are kept poor enough to never quit working, are kept poor enough to accept distasteful jobs society cannot function without. If everyone were a millionaire, who would empty the trash or repair the sewers? It follows that the poorer the general population is made, the greater the worth of the money held by the wealthy, in terms of the lives which may be bought and sold with it.
Michael Rivero (via perraults, fucknobigbrother) (via nicejewishqueer) (via yochevedke) (via d-d-d-dyke) (via wolfcola) (via unpopularvirgin) (via turdalert) (via berlin1991) (via hex-girlfriend) (via rufflesandboobies) (via bwansen)
Men are born soft and supple; Dead, they are stiff and hard. Plants are born tender and pliant; Dead, they are brittle and dry. Thus whoever is stiff and inflexible Is a disciple of death. Whoever is soft and yielding Is a disciple of life.
Lao Tzu, (Verse 76) Tao Te Ching (via oswaldofguadalupe)
No world problems. I couldn’t care less.

No world problems. I couldn’t care less.




This is the most emotional post in the history of tumblr

I nearly cried.

This post makes me want to puke




Call it Satanic or call it common sense.

If they do not stop, destroy them



Apparently it is theatrical superstition that if you say Macbeth in a theater it is considered bad luck. This must be hard when trying to actually put on a production of Macbeth.



“What is this play called again?”

“The Ducks of Zanzibar.”

“Are you sure? It seems an awful lot like Macbeth.”



“Goddammit Jeffrey.” 


Who coined the phrase “Human Being?”

Like, who was the guy (or gal) who suddenly realized “Holy shit, I am something. I need a name for this.”

But before that, who was the first person to realize that they were something?

Most animals, like dogs, bark and attack their reflection, what was the…