“God i hate young people. Seriously, fuck-off and get out of my city. Yeah that’s right, MY FUCKING CITY. If I’m out, and I am a lot and I see you, I will cut you. I can tolerate the Hills because it affirms all my opinions about LA. Plus you can be a shameless douchebag out there and not feel bad, if only for a few days. But here, in my town, your kind aren’t welcome. Well you are at Tenjune. But that’s a different matter. The point is these shows were about the boom. A time when luxury brands could make showmercials masquerading as content and all the underworked progeny of the capitalist overclass could parade around like they mattered. Well now its over. Up against the wall motherfuckers. T”—Who Are You: No Seriously, Who Is Erin from The City ?
“When I was a kid working at the steel mills, when you stood in front of the furnace, the heat that came off was amazing. And I feel that in many ways New York was, for me, the furnace- the cultural furnace. Just standing in that heat warms you up.”—Philip Glass
“Deep down, at our core, there are only two emotions: love and fear. All positive emotions come from love, all negative emotions from fear. From love flows happiness, contentment, peace, and joy. From fear comes anger, hate, anxiety, and guilt.”—David Kessler (via onherway) (via radarchive) (via allibautista)
“The following bro has important documents in his bag. While his alternative personal brand is being showcased, his bag represents having a prominent position in a relevant design/architecture/doodling firm. On the other hand, he might be a guy who ’started a blogspot’ and is going to a local coffee shop because his studio apartment/efficiency does not have an unlocked wifi network that he can steal from. The important concept is that the bag is a shield. It protects him and it enhances him. He is more than just a scarf bro in a meaningful suit.”—Bag: The Most Important Personal Branding Tool