“ Here’s how to tell if you (or someone you know) has a drug problem: Pay attention to what CD they use for drug maintenance. When separating the seeds out of marijuana or chopping up freshly purchased cocaine, you generally use the jewel case of a compact disc as the base of operations. Jewel cases were designed for this process. And when you’re young and enthusiastic and entirely recreational about your drug use, you always pick a CD that is somehow symbolic of the experience: With marijuana, you will select Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here or My Bloody Valentine’s Loveless or Thin Lizzy’s Jailbreak. If you’re chopping up coke with your Capital One VISA card, you’ll use the jewel case from Sabbath’s Vol. 4 or Neil Young’s Tonight’s the Night or Be Here Now by Oasis. But if you ever reach a point where you no longer care about the aesthetic of the album you select, and you don’t even consider what album you’re pulling off the rack, and you find yourself pouring $70 of cocaine onto Men at Work’s Business as Usual, you have a drug problem. Get help.
— Chuck Klosterman, Killing Yourself To Live (via weshouldwritepornography)
“ So here’s what I figured out.We’re not evil sinners or perfect knock offs of god.We let the world tell us weather we’re saints or sex addicts.Sane or insane.Heroes or victims.Weather we’re good mothers,or loving sons.But we can decide for ourselves.As a certain wise fugitive once told me,sometimes its not important which way you jump,just that you jump.
— .- victor mancini “choke” (via proto-beemo)