I went out to see my friends and I just got back.

It’s 11:25pm, I’m sitting on my bed, eating left-overs (because i skipped dinner), watching Peaky Blinders.

We need to fight against our human instinct to deify our role models, but also fight against our instinct to subjugate our own individuality in the process. Star gazing is one of the most profoundly human things one can do. But perhaps we must more frequently tear ourselves away from the mystery and beauty of the starry heavens above, and rather inspect, admire and foster the moral law within.

Jack Gleeson (aka King Joffrey in Game of Thrones) on celebrity.

I strongly encourage you to watch/listen to the entire talk here. Or read a partial transcription here. It is an extremely cognizant, intelligent and humble take, from someone with recent first-person experience.

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lately whenever I see someone annoying/that I barely know on facebook I just unfriend them as if I were unfollowing a blog

and it feels really good

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Script: Cohle calmly takes the pulse in his neck, as if idly curious about his heart rate.

Matthew McConaughey explains: He’s coming off of years being Crash. He’s trying to walk the line. Monk-like. Trying to hold it together. And that’s a lot easier with less interaction with others. There’s a mechanical side to him.

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