Josh's blog

This is a mishmash of posts about history, religion/atheism, philosophy, (American) politics, current events, life, space exploration, capital punishment, and assorted random shit. Expect endless quotes, photos, and links to the NYTimes.
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Alone Again, Naturally 

The rock-star candidate who got elected on his electrifying promise has become a bored bird in a gilded cage.

Is a Hard Life Inherited? 

ONE delusion common among America’s successful people is that they triumphed just because of hard work and intelligence.

In fact, their big break came when they were conceived in middle-class American families who loved them, read them stories, and nurtured them with Little League sports, library cards and music lessons. They were programmed for success by the time they were zygotes.

Yet many are oblivious of their own advantages, and of other people’s disadvantages. The result is a meanspiritedness in the political world or, at best, a lack of empathy toward those struggling

cash4gore:

protip: refer to all your mistakes as “artistic choices”

(Source: phrenesi)

anyth1ng3ut0rdin4ry:

I have an idea son, why don’t we drive to the nearest cliff and see if the law of gravity applies to you.

(Source: taggedrne)

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