Intellectual Wallpaper

A constant swish of the leaves

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“[Sherlock is] real to me, yeah of course, it has to be. He is an icon, so there’s an element of him where he is a logo, and that is two-dimensional, and to escape stereotype you have to get some kind of understanding of who he is. So you do associate something very personable to him, and you start to think about him in real terms.” –Benedict Cumberbatch

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“Here is the secret news: All people are afraid. No one knows what they’re doing. Everything is getting worse. Your money is worthless. No one is properly dressed. The system is rigged. Your house will never be completely clean. All teachers are incompetent. There are people who really dislike you. Nothing is as good as it seems. Things don’t last. No one is paying attention. Shhhhh.” – George Carlin

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I Would Watch That Show

“[Benedict Cumberbatch] is rare even amongst the acting breed. If the character description says handsome: he is.  If it says Nasty: he is. Older: he is… Younger: he is. For this reason I just can’t wait to see what he will become.” –Vaughan Sivell, producer and screenwriter of Third Star

“If the series catches up to the books, I will gladly watch three seasons of “Young Hodor Adventures.” – Damon Lindelof

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When Comments Are Better Than The Article

“You mean the generation that paid three times as much for college to enter a job market with triple the unemployment isn’t interested in purchasing the assets of the generation who just blew an enormous housing bubble and kept it from popping through quantitative easing and out-and-out federal support? Curious.” – Comment on an article titled “The Cheapest Generation: Why Millennials Aren’t Buying Cars or Houses, and What That Means for the Economy”

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“For the last three decades many Americans have puzzled over a system that gives an R to a movie in which a women is carved up by a chainsaw and an NC-17 to one that shows a woman sexually pleasured. From such ratings one might conclude that sexual violence against women is OK for American teenagers to see, but that they must be 18 to see consensual sex. What message does this send to the kids the MPAA presumably means to protect?” -Carrie Rickey

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Twitterer

“The best way to use Twitter? I don’t wanna brag, but I do have 1.5 million Twitter followers so this is kind of my area of expertise. And in my professional opinion the best way to use Twitter is to tell people what’s on your Tumblr. I don’t know if there’s another use for Twitter, really, than to be like, Look! Look what I Tumbled about today!” –John Green

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What A Great Game

“You’ll be fine. You’re 25. Feeling unsure and lost is part of your path. Don’t avoid it. See what those feelings are showing you and use it. Take a breath. You’ll be okay. Even if you don’t feel okay all the time.” – Louie CK

“DRINKING GAME: Settle down with a book and a nice glass of wine. Every time you feel a bit thirsty, take a sip.” – Waterstones Oxford St. Twitter

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'A Moderate Amount Of Shrooms' Is A Wonderful Phrase

“Raising a child is like taking care of someone who’s on way too many shrooms, while you yourself are on a moderate amount of shrooms. I am not confident in my decisions, but I know you should not be eating a mousepad.” – Ron Funches

“There comes a time when you look into the mirror and you realize that what you see is all that you will ever be. And then you accept it. Or you kill yourself. Or you stop looking in mirrors.” – Tennessee Williams

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