windows98:

OMG

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blastedheath:

Jean Crotti (French, 1878-1958), Two Heads, c.1930. Oil on canvas, 25¾ x 21¼ in.

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spacecadetwench:

Depeche Mode || Alone

Now it’s too, too late for words that should have been said, long ago.

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"A good man knows when to sacrifice himself, a bad man survives but loses his soul."

 David John Moore Cornwell aka John le Carré, The Mission Song (via ellobofilipino)
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org-ans:

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"Quien sólo se interesa por los libros no necesita a nadie, y eso me da miedo."

Arturo Pérez-Reverte - El club dumas (via littrature)
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bbdefunct:

Marvelous

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goregirlsdungeon:

Klaus Kinski in Andrzei Zulawski’s L’important c’est d’aimer (1975)

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Klaus Kinski Russian Roulette Scene in “Crawlspace”

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"You fight your superficiality, your shallowness, so as to try to come at people without unreal expectations, without an overload of bias or hope or arrogance, as untanklike as you can be (…) and yet you never fail to get them wrong. You might as well have the brain of a tank. You get them wrong before you meet them, while you’re anticipating meeting them; you get them wrong while you’re with them; and then you go home to tell somebody else about the meeting and you get them all wrong again. Since the same generally goes for them with you, the whole thing is really a dazzling illusion empty of all perception, an astonishing farce of misperception. And yet what are we to do about this terribly significant business of other people, which gets bled of the significance we think it has and takes on a significance that is ludicrous, so ill equipped are we all to envision one another’s interior workings and invisible dreams? (…) The fact remains that getting people right is not what living is all about anyway. It’s getting them wrong that is living, getting them wrong and wrong and wrong and then, on careful reconsideration, getting them wrong again. That’s how we know we’re alive: we’re wrong."

Phillip Roth, American Pastoral

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uselessmuseum:

Costa Pinheiro, Fernando Pessoa, 1978

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/António_Costa_Pinheiro

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"We’re all the same, you know. That’s the joke."

— John le Carré (via brandyalexanders-moved)
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