“I am a lover of truth, a worshipper of freedom, a celebrant at the altar of language and purity and tolerance. That is my religion, and every day I am sorely, grossly, heinously and deeply offended, wounded, mortified and injured by a thousand different blasphemies against it. When the fundamental canons of truth, honesty, compassion and decency are hourly assaulted by fatuous bishops, pompous, illiberal and ignorant priests, politicians and prelates, sanctimonious censors, self-appointed moralists and busy-bodies, what recourse of ancient laws have I? None whatever. Nor would I ask for any. For unlike these blistering imbeciles my belief in my religion is strong and I know that lies will always fail and indecency and intolerance will always perish.”—Stephen Fry.
God how I want to go to the UK. I believe I well be going there net summer. I well certainly let you know, that would be super fun. You can show me all the scenery :) It seems so beautiful there, and your photos certainly show it.
it is beautiful. i forget that sometimes, but it really is amazing. I want to get back into photography again. it’s been a few months now.
and honestly, that would be so cool. i can show you around :)
You take such amazing photos! haha, I have always wanted photos like that taken of me. I wish I could be a model too, but im to darn short and not pretty enough.
Thank you so much. I really enjoy taking them, so I’m alway happy when people take pleasure looking at them. And your very pretty, if your ever in the UK, I’d be more than happy to take some photos with you.
“Remember that sculpture you bought in IKEA or Habitat? It was like a copy of an abstract Henry Moore type sculpture. But an abstract Henry Moore type sculpture was made by Henry Moore himself, with some kind of veiled purpose in mind. But a copy of an abstract Henry Moore type sculpture on sale in IKEA or Habitat, was made by an employee of IKEA or Habitat to stand as a sign to say you should have liked the kind of thing that ought to have been there, but isn’t. It’s a meaningless copy of something which once had meaning.”— Stewart Lee
“Presumably he wanted to make a name for himself, which is why I won’t identify him. His name deserves to be forgotten. Discarded. Deleted. Labels like “madman”, “monster”, or “maniac” won’t do, either. There’s a perverse glorification in terms like that. If the media’s going to call him anything, it should call him pathetic; a nothing.”—Charlie Brooker on the Utoya gunman.