Benjamin Z

can gleek upon occasion.
~ Tuesday, May 27 ~
The greatest mania of all is passion: and I am a natural slave to passion: the balance between my brain and my soul and my body is as wild and delicate as the skin of a Ming vase.
— Hunter S. Thompson, The Curse of Lono (via night-wood)


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~ Monday, February 17 ~
On September 17 2013, Twitter proved its capacity to host art. 

On September 17 2013, Twitter proved its capacity to host art. 

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~ Thursday, February 6 ~

James Turrell


James Turrell

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~ Saturday, December 28 ~
Ain’t nothing in the woods going to hurt you unless you corner it, or it smells that you are afraid.
— William Faulkner

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~ Thursday, September 26 ~



David Lynch on consciousness, creativity and the Brain ()


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~ Saturday, September 21 ~
Anatomy of a Hangover

Anatomy of a Hangover

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~ Wednesday, September 18 ~

Barry Hannah on 1st Person and the Wisdom of Fools

  • INTERVIEWER: What was wrong with the third-person voice?
  • HANNAH: In my case, a third person just led to too much wisdom I hadn’t earned. And I like the first person—just a guy blasting through with the little he knows.
  • INTERVIEWER: So switching to third person is a rite of passage?
  • HANNAH: Third-person singular, past tense, is most natural and inevitable, I guess. But you’d best beware the monotone in it and the temptations toward false wisdom, cleverness. First person is where you can be more interesting as a fool, and I find this often leads to the more delightful expedition. You don’t have to be much but a stumbling fool. The wisdom there is more precious than in the sage overview, which in many writers makes me nearly puke. I’m also wary of the glibness that third person invites.
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~ Sunday, August 25 ~

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~ Tuesday, August 20 ~

Fantastic Planet

This is the best film I’ve seen in a long, long time. 

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~ Sunday, August 18 ~

If it ain’t cool to admit you love this, I don’t wanna be cool. 

(Source: Spotify)

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