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I don’t think we should be precious about things our audience doesn’t seem to be precious about.
– @deilemberg #ISOJ 
Missoula. (at Missoula, MT)

Missoula. (at Missoula, MT)

When I was a kid, I was under the impression that everyone lived in places with white sand beaches. Good sunset last night #nofilter
 (at Siesta Key Beach)

When I was a kid, I was under the impression that everyone lived in places with white sand beaches. Good sunset last night #nofilter
(at Siesta Key Beach)

Millennia from now an intelligence coming across a single tweet could, like an archaeologist pondering a chunk of ancient skull, deduce an entire culture.
Best thing about NYC festivals: great views from middle of 6th Avenue

Best thing about NYC festivals: great views from middle of 6th Avenue

View from Alexander Hamilton’s grave. (at Trinity Church)

View from Alexander Hamilton’s grave. (at Trinity Church)

#cloudporn from my hike today (at Minnewaska State Park Preserve)

#cloudporn from my hike today (at Minnewaska State Park Preserve)

When you begin with “Everyone” you’re just stuck: How do you make any honest decisions? How do you solve any real problems? You don’t. You start to invent people and you start to invent their problems and it’s amazing because those people and those problems line up almost exactly with what you’re building and how you’re thinking about it—imagine that. Lying to yourself is amazing for productivity.
NYC #sunsetporn #nofilter #latergram  (at 11-15 Broadway)

NYC #sunsetporn #nofilter #latergram (at 11-15 Broadway)

Much discussion on Tuesday centered on the paradox of why the United States, a country that can kill terrorists with remote-controlled drones, would feel the need to send a man with a map and a compass to navigate the traffic-choked Russian capital.
For Berry and the others to be rescued, in other words, two things had to happen: she had to never forget who she was, and that who she was mattered; and Ramsey needed to not care who she might be at all—to think that all that mattered was that a woman was trapped behind a door that wouldn’t open, and to walk onto the porch.
With all our warts, we have built a unique society — a country where a black man, whose middle name is Hussein, whose grandfather was a Muslim, can run for president and first defeat a woman in his own party and then four years later a Mormon from the opposition, and no one thinks twice about it.
To be left alone on the tightrope of youthful unknowing is to experience the excruciating beauty of full freedom and the threat of eternal indecision. Few, if any, survive their teens. Most surrender to the vague but murderous pressure of adult conformity. It becomes easier to die and avoid conflict than to maintain a constant battle with the superior forces of maturity.
I long, as does every human being, to be at home wherever I find myself.
I don’t think we should be precious about things our audience doesn’t seem to be precious about.
– @deilemberg #ISOJ 
Missoula. (at Missoula, MT)

Missoula. (at Missoula, MT)

When I was a kid, I was under the impression that everyone lived in places with white sand beaches. Good sunset last night #nofilter
 (at Siesta Key Beach)

When I was a kid, I was under the impression that everyone lived in places with white sand beaches. Good sunset last night #nofilter
(at Siesta Key Beach)

Millennia from now an intelligence coming across a single tweet could, like an archaeologist pondering a chunk of ancient skull, deduce an entire culture.
Best thing about NYC festivals: great views from middle of 6th Avenue

Best thing about NYC festivals: great views from middle of 6th Avenue

View from Alexander Hamilton’s grave. (at Trinity Church)

View from Alexander Hamilton’s grave. (at Trinity Church)

#cloudporn from my hike today (at Minnewaska State Park Preserve)

#cloudporn from my hike today (at Minnewaska State Park Preserve)

When you begin with “Everyone” you’re just stuck: How do you make any honest decisions? How do you solve any real problems? You don’t. You start to invent people and you start to invent their problems and it’s amazing because those people and those problems line up almost exactly with what you’re building and how you’re thinking about it—imagine that. Lying to yourself is amazing for productivity.
NYC #sunsetporn #nofilter #latergram  (at 11-15 Broadway)

NYC #sunsetporn #nofilter #latergram (at 11-15 Broadway)

Much discussion on Tuesday centered on the paradox of why the United States, a country that can kill terrorists with remote-controlled drones, would feel the need to send a man with a map and a compass to navigate the traffic-choked Russian capital.
For Berry and the others to be rescued, in other words, two things had to happen: she had to never forget who she was, and that who she was mattered; and Ramsey needed to not care who she might be at all—to think that all that mattered was that a woman was trapped behind a door that wouldn’t open, and to walk onto the porch.
With all our warts, we have built a unique society — a country where a black man, whose middle name is Hussein, whose grandfather was a Muslim, can run for president and first defeat a woman in his own party and then four years later a Mormon from the opposition, and no one thinks twice about it.
To be left alone on the tightrope of youthful unknowing is to experience the excruciating beauty of full freedom and the threat of eternal indecision. Few, if any, survive their teens. Most surrender to the vague but murderous pressure of adult conformity. It becomes easier to die and avoid conflict than to maintain a constant battle with the superior forces of maturity.
I long, as does every human being, to be at home wherever I find myself.
"I don’t think we should be precious about things our audience doesn’t seem to be precious about."
"Millennia from now an intelligence coming across a single tweet could, like an archaeologist pondering a chunk of ancient skull, deduce an entire culture."
"When you begin with “Everyone” you’re just stuck: How do you make any honest decisions? How do you solve any real problems? You don’t. You start to invent people and you start to invent their problems and it’s amazing because those people and those problems line up almost exactly with what you’re building and how you’re thinking about it—imagine that. Lying to yourself is amazing for productivity."
"Much discussion on Tuesday centered on the paradox of why the United States, a country that can kill terrorists with remote-controlled drones, would feel the need to send a man with a map and a compass to navigate the traffic-choked Russian capital."
"For Berry and the others to be rescued, in other words, two things had to happen: she had to never forget who she was, and that who she was mattered; and Ramsey needed to not care who she might be at all—to think that all that mattered was that a woman was trapped behind a door that wouldn’t open, and to walk onto the porch."
"With all our warts, we have built a unique society — a country where a black man, whose middle name is Hussein, whose grandfather was a Muslim, can run for president and first defeat a woman in his own party and then four years later a Mormon from the opposition, and no one thinks twice about it."
"To be left alone on the tightrope of youthful unknowing is to experience the excruciating beauty of full freedom and the threat of eternal indecision. Few, if any, survive their teens. Most surrender to the vague but murderous pressure of adult conformity. It becomes easier to die and avoid conflict than to maintain a constant battle with the superior forces of maturity."
"I long, as does every human being, to be at home wherever I find myself."

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