I'm not an optimist, I'm not a realist
I might be a subrealist, but I can't substantiate...

--Vic Chesnutt

Read the Printed Word!

“Slow cooked trainyard.” by tigerandpilgrim

Slow cooked trainyard.” by tigerandpilgrim

SAGA: He wants people to act on instinct—not think. … Children affect people’s emotions. Just like kittens. "Episode 7", The Bridge (Season 1, Episode 7)
JACKIE: I…kissed him.
O’HARA (laughing): Oh, my darling…what a wildly entertaining mess you’ve made.
"Pill-O-Matix", Nurse Jackie (Season 1, Episode 11)
by Bobby Born (via bornagraphique)

by Bobby Born (via bornagraphique)

JACKIE: I don’t like chatty, okay? I don’t do chatty. I like quiet. Quiet and mean. Those are my people. Pilot,” Nurse Jackie (Season 1, Episode 1)
In this show they are selling one thing; that it all makes sense. That there is an underlying rhythm to reality, and by living in the right way and taking the right drugs and being a general desperate bastard you can perceive it. You can never control it and you can never, never understand it, but it is there and it can be seen. Sometimes. Sometimes, when you’re watching True Detective on TV, it seems like it all makes sense.
And of course that’s how it’s supposed to feel.
"True Detective: One measures a circle beginning anywhere (the complete essay" by Geoff
"Castles in the Air: Dreamcatcher" by Csilla Klenyánszki (via weepling)

"Castles in the Air: Dreamcatcher" by Csilla Klenyánszki (via weepling)

(Source: letargos, via rustinspencercohle)