the quiet terror of being alive / Ask Archive Me
I think about you every night before I sleep. I imagine you are here with me. With one arm around me and your legs touching me then you kiss my neck and I fall asleep like that. It helps me sleep.

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City Dusk
Midtown, Manhattan

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i hate when teachers are like “sorry if im grumpy ive had a class each period haha” like ????? what do you think students do?????

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Jourdan Dunn at the Wireless Music Festival, Finsbury Park, London
What a badass look, that is! Gorgeous!

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The floor is lava!

What kind of parents actually pour lava into their homes just so their kid can have some fun?

The fun kind.

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One of the BEST lines of the season.

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If you’re poor, the only way you’re likely to injure someone is the old traditional way: artisanal violence, we could call it – by hands, by knife, by club, or maybe modern hands-on violence, by gun or by car.

But if you’re tremendously wealthy, you can practice industrial-scale violence without any manual labor on your own part. You can, say, build a sweatshop factory that will collapse in Bangladesh and kill more people than any hands-on mass murderer ever did, or you can calculate risk and benefit about putting poisons or unsafe machines into the world, as manufacturers do every day. If you’re the leader of a country, you can declare war and kill by the hundreds of thousands or millions. And the nuclear superpowers – the US and Russia – still hold the option of destroying quite a lot of life on Earth.

So do the carbon barons. But when we talk about violence, we almost always talk about violence from below, not above.



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