Kurt Vonnegut (via kaleidoscope-view)
—Milan Kundera, Identity (1999)
Vladimir Nabokov (via apostlepaulbunyan)
Kurt Vonnegut (via crooked-vulture)
Kurt Vonnegut (via grinning-soul)
Noam Chomsky (via quiettemperament)
Bill Bryson, In a Sunburned Country (via caitcurr)
Kurt Vonnegut (via thequotecollector)
Kurt Vonnegut, “Knowing What’s Nice” (via panoplyofsong)
bill bryson, a short history of nearly everything, pg. 462 (via intotheroots)
No, no, no, no, fuck, no.
This is not what this is about. This is about a bunch of angry, young people with an unbearable lack of actual problems. They are selfish and uneducated people. They are intentionally destroying the property and livelihood of average citizens. They do not have a message, they just feel entitled. This is not justifiable, this is not warranted.