Would you like some beer with your foam?

Would you like some beer with your foam?

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The door to novelty is always slightly ajar: many pass it by with barely a glance, some peek inside but choose not to enter, others dash in and dash out again; while a few, drawn by curiosity, boredom, rebellion, or circumstance, venture in so deep or wander around in there so long that they can never find their way back out.
Tom Robbins, Villa Incognito
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that moment after a music festival when you want nothing but sleep but you can’t because you want nothing but more music.

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just because you can’t hear the music doesn’t mean it’s not there

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After the monkeys came down from the trees and learned to hurl sharp objects, they had had to move into caves for protection—not only from the big predatory cats but, as they began to lose their monkey fur, from the elements. Eventually, they started transposing their hunting fantasies onto cave walls in the form of pictures, first as an attempt at practical magic and later for the strange, unexpected pleasure they discovered in artistic creation. Time passed. Art came off the walls and turned into ritual. Ritual became religion. Religion spawned science. Science led to big business. And big business, if it continues on its present mindless, voracious trajectory, could land those of us lucky enough to survive its ultimate legacy back into caves again.
Tom Robbins, Villa Incognito
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somebody in Prague is spray painting the dog shit gold

somebody in Prague is spray painting the dog shit gold

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accidental double exposure

accidental double exposure

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