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'Madonna and Child' by Cosmè Tura. 
1460-1465, tempera and gold on wood panel. 46x31 cm 
Academia Carrara, Bergamo 

probably the scariest version I’ve ever seen

'Madonna and Child' by Cosmè Tura.
1460-1465, tempera and gold on wood panel. 46x31 cm
Academia Carrara, Bergamo

probably the scariest version I’ve ever seen

Thus we perceive that it can be just as ironic to pretend to know when one knows that one does not know as to pretend not to know when one knows that one knows

Søren Kierkegaard // The concept of irony, 1841

Idealism and doubt, Failure, 2010

one of my favorite books ever
Psychedelic renegades. Photos of Syd Barrett by Mick Rock

one of my favorite books ever
Psychedelic renegades. Photos of Syd Barrett by Mick Rock

Samuel Beckett, ‘Three dialogs with Georges Duthuit’, 1949

Samuel Beckett, ‘Three dialogs with Georges Duthuit’, 1949

I do possess what none can take away

How steep the stairs within Kings’ houses are
 For exile-wearied feet as mine to tread,
 And O how salt and bitter is the bread
Which falls from this Hound’s table — better far
That I had died in the red ways of war,
 Or that the gate of Florence bare my head,
 Than to live thus, by all things comraded
Which seek the essence of my soul to mar.
“Curse God and die: what better hope than this?
 He hath forgotten thee in all the bliss
 Of his gold city, and eternal day”—
Nay peace: behind my prison’s blinded bars
 I do possess what none can take away,
My love, and all the glory of the stars.

At Verona, Oscar Wilde

You can put a lady in a tiny bikini on the cover of a magazine and that’s absolutely fine. But as soon as you say she’s a nymphomaniac, it sparks controversy. We’re hypocrites. People are threatened by female sexuality. We almost never see women strong and determined. It’s amazing that women are finally standing up for themselves.
– Stacy Martin, Dazed & Confused interview, February 2014
I am on my way, but where to?
– Morrissey, Autobiography
"And you know, when you think about it, that’s exactly what happens to us when we’re born. We’re dropped down a random chimney and we have to get on with the strangers we find there. Typical Chesterton there to describe a chimney as a kind of uterus." - Peter, "Peter’s friends", 1992)

"And you know, when you think about it, that’s exactly what happens to us when we’re born. We’re dropped down a random chimney and we have to get on with the strangers we find there. Typical Chesterton there to describe a chimney as a kind of uterus." - Peter, "Peter’s friends", 1992)

my beautiful friend solipsisticwankery (aka teaandink) inspired me to make my own version of this incredible journey through time, space and hair.

here it is: “My head 2009-2014. An overview”

enjoy!

McCartney (1970) 
Paul McCartney’s first solo album. 

McCartney (1970) 

Paul McCartney’s first solo album. 

Pluralitas non est ponenda sine necessitate

"Entities are not to be multiplied beyond necessity"

Occam’s razor is a principle used in problem-solving. It states that among competing hypotheses, the hypothesis with the fewest assumptions should be selected. 

"Coriolanus" poster by Richard Bird. The National Theatre production starring Ian McKellen 1984. 
"There is an innate difficulty in the part, because most of Shakespeare’s heroes are attractive to a modern audience when they come to the theater, and I think Coriolanus has very few redeeming features. Modern audiences can’t see why they should love him or why they should like him. They might listen to his viewa and understand that in certain circumstances they are relevant, relevant to society, but I think in the end whether Shakespeare takes sides or not, he does see Coriolanus as a dinosaur as far as his political views are concerned." - Ian McKellen "Coriolanus at The National. Th’ Interpretation of The Time" 

"Coriolanus" poster by Richard Bird. The National Theatre production starring Ian McKellen 1984

"There is an innate difficulty in the part, because most of Shakespeare’s heroes are attractive to a modern audience when they come to the theater, and I think Coriolanus has very few redeeming features. Modern audiences can’t see why they should love him or why they should like him. They might listen to his viewa and understand that in certain circumstances they are relevant, relevant to society, but I think in the end whether Shakespeare takes sides or not, he does see Coriolanus as a dinosaur as far as his political views are concerned." - Ian McKellen "Coriolanus at The National. Th’ Interpretation of The Time" 

Presume not that I am the thing I was;
For God doth know, so shall the world perceive,
That I have turn’d away my former self;
– King Henry The Fourth Part II, William Shakespeare
'Madonna and Child' by Cosmè Tura. 
1460-1465, tempera and gold on wood panel. 46x31 cm 
Academia Carrara, Bergamo 

probably the scariest version I’ve ever seen

'Madonna and Child' by Cosmè Tura.
1460-1465, tempera and gold on wood panel. 46x31 cm
Academia Carrara, Bergamo

probably the scariest version I’ve ever seen

Thus we perceive that it can be just as ironic to pretend to know when one knows that one does not know as to pretend not to know when one knows that one knows

Søren Kierkegaard // The concept of irony, 1841

Idealism and doubt, Failure, 2010

one of my favorite books ever
Psychedelic renegades. Photos of Syd Barrett by Mick Rock

one of my favorite books ever
Psychedelic renegades. Photos of Syd Barrett by Mick Rock

Samuel Beckett, ‘Three dialogs with Georges Duthuit’, 1949

Samuel Beckett, ‘Three dialogs with Georges Duthuit’, 1949

I do possess what none can take away

How steep the stairs within Kings’ houses are
 For exile-wearied feet as mine to tread,
 And O how salt and bitter is the bread
Which falls from this Hound’s table — better far
That I had died in the red ways of war,
 Or that the gate of Florence bare my head,
 Than to live thus, by all things comraded
Which seek the essence of my soul to mar.
“Curse God and die: what better hope than this?
 He hath forgotten thee in all the bliss
 Of his gold city, and eternal day”—
Nay peace: behind my prison’s blinded bars
 I do possess what none can take away,
My love, and all the glory of the stars.

At Verona, Oscar Wilde

You can put a lady in a tiny bikini on the cover of a magazine and that’s absolutely fine. But as soon as you say she’s a nymphomaniac, it sparks controversy. We’re hypocrites. People are threatened by female sexuality. We almost never see women strong and determined. It’s amazing that women are finally standing up for themselves.
– Stacy Martin, Dazed & Confused interview, February 2014
I am on my way, but where to?
– Morrissey, Autobiography
"And you know, when you think about it, that’s exactly what happens to us when we’re born. We’re dropped down a random chimney and we have to get on with the strangers we find there. Typical Chesterton there to describe a chimney as a kind of uterus." - Peter, "Peter’s friends", 1992)

"And you know, when you think about it, that’s exactly what happens to us when we’re born. We’re dropped down a random chimney and we have to get on with the strangers we find there. Typical Chesterton there to describe a chimney as a kind of uterus." - Peter, "Peter’s friends", 1992)

my beautiful friend solipsisticwankery (aka teaandink) inspired me to make my own version of this incredible journey through time, space and hair.

here it is: “My head 2009-2014. An overview”

enjoy!

McCartney (1970) 
Paul McCartney’s first solo album. 

McCartney (1970) 

Paul McCartney’s first solo album. 

Pluralitas non est ponenda sine necessitate

"Entities are not to be multiplied beyond necessity"

Occam’s razor is a principle used in problem-solving. It states that among competing hypotheses, the hypothesis with the fewest assumptions should be selected. 

"Coriolanus" poster by Richard Bird. The National Theatre production starring Ian McKellen 1984. 
"There is an innate difficulty in the part, because most of Shakespeare’s heroes are attractive to a modern audience when they come to the theater, and I think Coriolanus has very few redeeming features. Modern audiences can’t see why they should love him or why they should like him. They might listen to his viewa and understand that in certain circumstances they are relevant, relevant to society, but I think in the end whether Shakespeare takes sides or not, he does see Coriolanus as a dinosaur as far as his political views are concerned." - Ian McKellen "Coriolanus at The National. Th’ Interpretation of The Time" 

"Coriolanus" poster by Richard Bird. The National Theatre production starring Ian McKellen 1984

"There is an innate difficulty in the part, because most of Shakespeare’s heroes are attractive to a modern audience when they come to the theater, and I think Coriolanus has very few redeeming features. Modern audiences can’t see why they should love him or why they should like him. They might listen to his viewa and understand that in certain circumstances they are relevant, relevant to society, but I think in the end whether Shakespeare takes sides or not, he does see Coriolanus as a dinosaur as far as his political views are concerned." - Ian McKellen "Coriolanus at The National. Th’ Interpretation of The Time" 

Presume not that I am the thing I was;
For God doth know, so shall the world perceive,
That I have turn’d away my former self;
– King Henry The Fourth Part II, William Shakespeare
"Thus we perceive that it can be just as ironic to pretend to know when one knows that one does not know as to pretend not to know when one knows that one knows"
"I do possess what none can take away"
"You can put a lady in a tiny bikini on the cover of a magazine and that’s absolutely fine. But as soon as you say she’s a nymphomaniac, it sparks controversy. We’re hypocrites. People are threatened by female sexuality. We almost never see women strong and determined. It’s amazing that women are finally standing up for themselves."
"I am on my way, but where to?"
"Pluralitas non est ponenda sine necessitate"
"Presume not that I am the thing I was;
For God doth know, so shall the world perceive,
That I have turn’d away my former self;"

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