"i believe in justice, but i will defend my mother before justice"
albert camus (via visual-poetry)
please help me; trick me into your version of sanity.
pick at my brain until you feel that I am sane.
I’ve been my cat, out late with the gypsies
slaughtered remains- giving birth to preservation.
preservation never achieved what you did Bird
but my cat uses your parts just the same, just
in my own insane way. you understand?
as long as I play more then one note he’ll hear me in hell.
while we judge mary’s pranksters,
Wavy Gravy saves one last trick up his sleeve.
happy birthday! #kurtlives
"Fairytales don’t tell children that dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairytales tell children that dragons can be killed."
G. K. Chesterton
"Parents need to learn some science but, more importantly, to stay open minded as well as critical as they encourage their curious youngsters to pursue their interests in a new world of informational riches. Is the sun a star? Why is the sky blue? How old is the universe? Where do I come from? What sometimes seem like inexplicable mysteries often have scientific answers. The sky is blue because oxygen atoms are the right size to bounce around blue wavelength light. They are even better at reflecting ultraviolet light, which we can’t see but bees can. The sky is not even blue for everybody. Moreover oxygen gas only became prevalent in the atmosphere two billion years ago, so even if we were there to see it the sky wouldn’t always have looked blue. Science is a thrilling adventure that begins with simple questions."