I don’t fear commitment. I fear wasting my time.
— (via pastured)
The King put his head in his hands and looked miserably at the table between his elbows. He was a kind, conscientious, peace-loving fellow who had been afflicted in his youth by a tutor of genius. Between the two off them they had worked out their theory that killing people, and being a tyrant over them, was wrong. To stop this sort of thing, they had invented the idea of the Table—a vague idea like democracy, or sportsmanship, or morals—and now, in the effort to impose a world of peace, he found himself up to the elbows in blood. When he was feeling healthy he did not grieve much, because he knew the dilemma was inevitable—and in weak moments he was persecuted by shame and indecision… He often thought that it might have been better for all his dead soldiers to be alive—even if they had lived under tyranny and madness—rather than be quite dead.
— T. H. White The Once and Future King (1958)
Showgirls Backstage in the Latin Quarter, NYC ~ Gordon Parks c.1958
“A great horror movie is worth all the nightmares”, via vintagegal.
Giambattista Valli Spring-Summer 2013 Haute Couture
Beastin x Baracuta SS14 g9 jacket.
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