Away with Words

'We have our Arts so we won’t die of Truth.' - Nietzsche

0 notes &

Hey Mr. Banker!

Hey Mr. Banker, whaddya say?
You lost the gamble, I’ve gotta pay.
Hey Mr. Banker what a steal!
I get the scraps and you get the meal.
Hey Mr. Banker something stinks!
You float around while everyone sinks.
Hey Mr. Banker, whaddya say?
You lost the gamble, I’ve gotta pay.

Hey Mr. Banker, what’s the news?
You got the green, I got the blues.
Hey Mr. Banker, show some class,
Stop pulling numbers out of your ass!
Hey Mr. Banker, something reeks!
I get the valleys, you get the peaks.
Hey Mr. Banker, what’s the news?
You got the green, I got the blues.

Hey Mr. Banker, aint it strange?
All this pain, and nothing’s changed.
Hey Mr. Banker, how do you sleep?
Counting money or counting sheep?
Hey Mr. Banker, show some shame!
Every number hides a human name.
Hey Mr. Banker, aint it strange?
All this pain, and nothing’s changed.

0 notes &

.

Free markets,
Debt slaves,
Late payments,
Early graves,
god kills,
God saves,
Cold Winters,
Heat-waves.

0 notes &

Reach

You’ll never find yourself
Amongst the crowd,
Or think a thought you
Ought to call your own,
Dissent hangs high upon
The tree of doubt,
We plant the seeds and
Pluck the fruits alone.

995 notes &

thedailydoodles:

"Living Within the Scratch in Time"
Like a scratched record, the Time Travelers repeat their mistakes.Whether reasons selfish or good intentioned, their timeline always breaks.
Constantly trapping themselves within a pointless box,And time eternally starting over, as it reaches the paradox.
Thinking they’ve traveled forward, they’re doomed to relive the past.This time it’ll play out the same way again, just like it did in the last.
(Starring the amazing Catherine!)
Wanna appear in your very own Daily Doodle?  CLICK HERE!FAQ  TWITTER  FACEBOOK  SOCIETY6

thedailydoodles:

"Living Within the Scratch in Time"

Like a scratched record, 
the Time Travelers repeat their mistakes.
Whether reasons selfish or good intentioned, 
their timeline always breaks.

Constantly trapping themselves within a pointless box,
And time eternally starting over, as it reaches the paradox.

Thinking they’ve traveled forward, they’re doomed to relive the past.
This time it’ll play out the same way again, just like it did in the last.

(Starring the amazing Catherine!)

Wanna appear in your very own Daily Doodle?  CLICK HERE!
FAQ  TWITTER  FACEBOOK
  SOCIETY6

6,971 notes &

jimllpaintit:

National Geographic asked me to summarise the 1990s in one image. This is what I came up with.This is doubly relevant as I’m off to reach for the lasers myself at the wonderful Boomtown festival for a few days. I’m not bringing a copy of Paint with me I’m afraid but I’ll see you all when I get back. Bye!

jimllpaintit:

National Geographic asked me to summarise the 1990s in one image. This is what I came up with.

This is doubly relevant as I’m off to reach for the lasers myself at the wonderful Boomtown festival for a few days. I’m not bringing a copy of Paint with me I’m afraid but I’ll see you all when I get back. Bye!

0 notes &

…all those good things which charm us by the attractive but unreal pleasures which they afford, such as money, high office, influence, and many other things which dazzle the stupid greed of mankind, require hard labour to keep, are regarded by others with bitter jealousy, and are more of a menace than an advantage to those who are bedecked and encumbered by them. They are slippery and uncertain; one can never enjoy them in comfort; for, even setting aside anxiety about the future, the present management of great prosperity is an uneasy task.
Seneca