(via Antony Gormley)
"Gordon, the man behind the meal, has a sense of humor that lies somewhere between the Catskills and Rikers Island."
— i just love this sentence.
Deliverance - The New Yorker
"A final point—and, arguably, the most important. Publishing the best work possible remains our aim. Advances in design and technology are tools in that effort. In all forms—digital and paper—we intend to publish in the same spirit of freedom, ambition, and accuracy as Harold Ross did when he prowled the halls nearly ninety years ago, the latest model of pencil stuck behind his prominent left ear."
"There’s no contradiction between knowing your culture, the traditional cultures out of which your families come, but also being part of the larger culture."
"Hoffman also said that he wanted his son to be raised in Manhattan, Chicago or San Francisco, an edict that was written before his daughters were born."
"It’s a dozen soap operas playing at the same time on a dozen different screens, and you are the star of them all. It’s both as thrilling and as sickening as it sounds."
"As the president approached, Webb threw his hand down and slapped the counter dramatically. “Equal rights for gay people!”
“Are you gay?” the president asked.
“Only when I have sex.”
“That’s when he laughed and said, ‘Bump me,’” Webb says.
“If Rick Perry would’ve walked in, I would have lost my job. I would’ve taken that old queen to town,” Webb adds."
— Fist Bumps for Equal Rights: The incredibly true story of Obama’s Austin fist bump - The Gay Place - The Austin Chronicle

(Source: austinchronicle.com)

"Justin Cook is a photographer because he believes that relationships are the only real currency in this world."
Hamsters Don’t Eat Burritos. They Eat Each Other. (via Video of hamster eating a burrito: Hamster cannibalism and other viral videos.)

Hamsters Don’t Eat Burritos. They Eat Each Other. (via Video of hamster eating a burrito: Hamster cannibalism and other viral videos.)

"Summer weather—especially the muggy kind—may also reduce both our attention and our energy levels. In one study, high humidity lowered concentration and increased sleepiness among participants. The weather also hurt their ability to think critically: the hotter it got, the less likely they were to question what they were told."
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