"All human behavior is scheduled and programmed through rationality. There is a logic of institutions and in behavior and in political relations. In even the most violent ones there is a rationality. What is most dangerous in violence is its rationality. Of course violence itself is terrible. But the deepest root of violence and its permanence come out of the form of the rationality we use. The idea had been that if we live in the world of reason, we can get rid of violence. This is quite wrong. Between violence and rationality there is no incompatibility."
— Michel Foucault, ‘Truth is in the future’ (via sraphmchne)
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"I like…boys on swings, and girls on skateboards. I like babies in high chairs. I like pharmaceutical medicine wrappers. I like people in hats with big eyebrows – I like people in hats with big eyebrows and big moustaches. I like water caught in spiders’ webs. I like wearing all my clothes at once. I like people who don’t smile. Ever. And I like people who smile. I like hair that goes on and on. In some ways I love…everything. It’s less…less of a thing than "like"…less distinct. Less…particular. I like things that I like but I love everything. There’s more choice than "like". Because even the worst things have things to love in them. I love things so much I feel like I could float away."
— .Cassie Ainsworth (Skins)
Local 23 year old contemplates attending matinee viewing of The Lego Movie by himself
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