Prescription drugs man…
New York Desiel - The ramblings of a melted mind.My name is TJ.
Prescription drugs man…
It’s so sunny! But I’ve got so much work to do…
It’s my mates birthday night out. But I’ve got so much work to do…
Why did I ever think I could do architecture.
Be careful when a naked person offers you a shirt.
crystal maze was so raw. nobody will ever make a game show that raw again. like you didn’t know if you were gonna be piloting vehicles, walking on tightropes, crawling through mazes, or swimming underwater. now the closes u get is like… throw a ball in a hole but uh.. you… close your eyes and throw the ball. nobody even has to ferry sand in an obviously unsuitable vessel! shit. waste of my goddamn time game shows.
Quebec filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallée, who directed Dallas Buyers Club, spoke to CBC’s Jian Ghomeshi, who asked whether he ever considered casting a transgender actor."Never. [Are] there any transgender actors?" he said. "I’m not aiming for the real thing. I’m aiming for an experienced actor who wants to portray the thing." (x)by “the thing” of course he means someone who is transgender
Actually by the thing he means the character who has been written into the film. Which he then has to find an actor that can accurately portray them AS A CHARACTER. You don’t write a film thinking I need one 35 year old male person, one 21 year old woman and a 65 year old couple. You think, I need a slightly evil protaganist, a clumsy but lovable man and a powerful woman.
I don’t understand getting drunk, much as I do it. “Let’s, of a weekend, poison ourselves with rotten vegetable juice so that we do stupid things and don’t remember them and then, the day after, everything we have to do will be even more frustrating and annoying.”
"Airports see more sincere kisses than wedding halls. The walls of hospitals have heard more prayers than the walls of churches."
Social justice just seems to be something we made up so we can complain about not having it.
This is exactly what I love about architecture. Speaking at the opening of his Serpentine Gallery Pavilion (pictured) in London, Zumthor said, “I do not work for money; I’m not going for commercial projects. I go for projects where I can put my heart into it and which I think are worthwhile.”
"I love you. Everyone fucking loves you. You deserve it. Your voice is as distinguishable as your manner. Never change."
The note I woke up to, there’s one on everyones door. All 100 of us pretty much.
I read somewhere today that the first person ever died of weed.
I then carried on reading the article and it turned out she had a heart attack. I swear healthy people have heart attacks every day around the world and they never make the paper saying “First recorded death by chocolate eclair”. I carried on reading and she only had half a joint… Can you really blame that on the weed?
The media really pisses me off.
EDIT: Even better this is the sentence that they end the article with “In conclusion, I would say that it is pretty much unbelievable that anyone’s death could be directly attributable to cannabis.”
Uni isn’t a good place to try and just get by. There are countless distractions, more work than you’ve ever seen due to having to read loads of books just to use one page from them and then you actually live at the place you study so there is literally no excuse for not doing it.
Uni is somewhere where you’re surrounded by knowledge and by people who are incredible at what they do. It’s a place to be passionate about whatever you do and to use the resources to constantly improve your ability to do it. That’s not forgetting the social aspect where you start to learn how to support and manage yourself, how to live with complete strangers, and of course how to cure a hangover.
It shouldn’t just be another stage in life towards getting a job.
My mate got a letter from canada… it had a half ounce in it.
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