Love is unique. It provides a satisfaction that nothing else can. Not money. Not fame. Not your legacy.
Absolutes beget absolutes. We are taught that only our ideology and culture is the best, with the implication that any other way of thinking is less desirable.
And yet, despite this miracle that gave humanity refuge in the freezing vacuum of space, we have turned our planet into a ticking time bomb.
We should worry about not finding the efficient cure for mental disease.
“If your bike is older than you are, you might be a hipster.”
By disguising consumerism as love, Valentine’s has sneakily nestled itself into our social rituals that you may not realize it affects you, too.
“My suggestion is: screw cuteness, be cool. Take a regular looking grown-up, even old dog. A dog who has suffered violence or neglect all of his life, and turn him into the happiest creature on Earth. Take a mix, a mongrel, a mutt. Make a statement. Resist.”
In 1991, when it was first released as part of the Microsoft Entertainment Pack for Windows 3.1, it is no exaggeration to say that SkiFree was totally mental.
Young people in countries that were often seen as the beacon of democracy and capitalism are losing hope.
“Yo Ice, I did a concert in the White House/And after that me and Donald Trump hung out.” —Ice-T