Wikipedia is the people’s encyclopedia only if those people are not...– Lawrence Solomon, Wikipropoganda
If women had any idea of how we really looked at them, they would never stop...– -Larry Miller having first-hand access to a male brain, i am forced to agree
Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.– T.S.Elliot (via malty) Nice job, T.S…. (via butterflyeffect) one of my favorite quotes ever. (via hilker) Good quotation, except that it’s often spouted by people to justify foolish/risky behavior, like sleeping around or hitchhiking to Nicaragua
Teen jury finds defendant cool.– The Onion. (via niki)
Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive...– John Eldridge (via emilyposts) (via amandoline)
We take the side of science in spite of the patent absurdity of some of its...– Harvard biologist Richard Lewontin, “New York Review of Books”
10 Batman Books You Must Read →
(via danhacker) I just finished “Batman: Year One” and it’s really good stuff. “Dark Knight Returns” is next!
Religions are different roads converging on the same point. What does it matter...– -Mahatma Gandhi (via libbylovesnyc) (via lrusso) - with all due respect to Gandhi -he did some powerful work for human rights & peace- i can’t totally agree with this statement. the second part, i can handle though i’d say things are already broken, we just make them more broken. but to assert...
In order to keep from tearing itself to shreds, society needs to believe in the...– David Chen (via vasta)
True love’ isn’t so much a dreamy feeling that you have as it is an enduring...– William Mattox (via jeralyndwile) (via hilker) perfect
A Crunchy Con Manifesto →
1. We are conservatives who stand outside the conservative mainstream; therefore, we can see things that matter more clearly. 2. Modern conservatism has become too focused on money, power, and the accumulation of stuff, and insufficiently concerned with the content of our individual and social character. 3. Big business deserves as much skepticism as big government. 4. Culture is more...