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Are you scared? Or are you not ready? There is a difference.

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I used to be friends with Miles Davis. He didn’t like many folks. I lived across the street from him. He would call me up sometimes — ‘I got some fish I wanna cook up for ya.’ I went up there, and he was on a couch, looking out the window. He was just rapt. I said, ‘What’re you watching, Miles?’ He said, ‘The traffic. Where are all these motherfuckers goin’?’

Rip Torn

Sometimes I wonder that exact same thing.

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If you don’t laugh during sex at least once, you’re having sex with the wrong person. 

Truth.

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The final lesson a writer learns is that everything can nourish the writer. The dictionary, a new word, a voyage, an encounter, a talk on the street, a book, a phrase learned.
Anais Nin

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Michael Cunningham, Specimen Days

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Michael Cunningham, Specimen Days

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Thomas Jefferson described our inalienable rights as life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. I do no think the order of those important words was haphazard and casual. The liberty of any person to own a military assault weapon and high-capacity magazine and to keep them in their home is second to the right of my son to his life.
Dave Wheeler, whose son Benjamin died at Sandy Hook Elementary on Dec. 14, speaking at the Connecticut Task Force on Gun Violence
My weekend included such fun as having my husband’s wallet stolen and having my best friend of twenty years defriend me. The fact I made it out of bed at all this morning is an accomplishment in and of itself.

My weekend included such fun as having my husband’s wallet stolen and having my best friend of twenty years defriend me. The fact I made it out of bed at all this morning is an accomplishment in and of itself.

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I don’t know if I should care for a man who made life easy; I should want someone who made it interesting.
Edith Wharton
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Hollywood has given us two, equally false, notions of marriage. either it’s the joining of two gorgeous young people “destined” to be together, or as a wheezing and cold institution inhabited by miserable and middle-aged wheezebags, usually meant to illustrate a counterpoint to the love the gorgeous young couple in the film will share once their destinies are realized, and they are able to finally be together against all odds. yawn. boring. wrong. …

it’s doing laundry. it’s paying bills. cleaning the kitty litter. marriage is a hundred thousand tiny tasks you share. it is peeling vegetables and changing lightbulbs and giving each other quick kisses and wishing for each other “a nice day.” it is coming home and smelling dinner cooking, and running out on a cold winter night for antacid because she has a headache and cannot sleep. sometimes marriage is being pissed off at each other for weeks at a time. and sometimes it’s walking into your children’s bedrooms and watching them sleep.

Michael Ian Black

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I seriously had the worst freak out for a few moments just now doing my bills and budget. How perfectly amazing it would be to live without constantly worrying about money. I can’t even imagine it…

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