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Mar 26

Kobayashi Kiyochika (小林 清親)


Usopp, One Piece: Ch. 742 “I’ll Always Be Close To You”; Oda Eiichiro (尾田 栄一郎)

Usopp, One Piece: Ch. 742 “I’ll Always Be Close To You”; Oda Eiichiro (尾田 栄一郎)


Mar 22
Pastoral: To Die in the Country (田園に死す), Shūji Terayama (寺山 修司) 1974

Pastoral: To Die in the Country (田園に死す), Shūji Terayama (寺山 修司) 1974


Jan 25
isitanart:

From my grandfather I had acquired the habit of rising early, almost always before five. It is a ritual I still preserve. Despite the unremitting force of inertia and in full consciousness of the pointlessness of everything we do, the seasons are met with the same unchanging discipline every day. For long periods I live in isolation, isolated both in mind and in body. I am able to cope with myself by subjecting myself completely and unswervingly to my needs. Periods of absolute productivity alternate with others in which I am utterly unproductive. Subject to every vagary of my own nature and of the universe - whatever it is - I can get through live only with the help of a precise daily routine. I am able to exist only by dint of standing up to myself - in fact, of consistently opposing myself. When I am writing I read nothing, and when I am reading I write nothing. For long periods I read and write nothing, finding both equally repugnant. There are long periods when I detest both reading and writing, and then I fall prey to inactivity, which means brooding obsessively on my extremely personal plight, both as an object of curiosity and as a confirmation of everything I am today, of what I have become over the years in circumstances which are as routine as they are unnatural, artificial, and indeed perverse.
Thomas Bernhard, Gathering Evidence: A Memoir

isitanart:

From my grandfather I had acquired the habit of rising early, almost always before five. It is a ritual I still preserve. Despite the unremitting force of inertia and in full consciousness of the pointlessness of everything we do, the seasons are met with the same unchanging discipline every day. For long periods I live in isolation, isolated both in mind and in body. I am able to cope with myself by subjecting myself completely and unswervingly to my needs. Periods of absolute productivity alternate with others in which I am utterly unproductive. Subject to every vagary of my own nature and of the universe - whatever it is - I can get through live only with the help of a precise daily routine. I am able to exist only by dint of standing up to myself - in fact, of consistently opposing myself. When I am writing I read nothing, and when I am reading I write nothing. For long periods I read and write nothing, finding both equally repugnant. There are long periods when I detest both reading and writing, and then I fall prey to inactivity, which means brooding obsessively on my extremely personal plight, both as an object of curiosity and as a confirmation of everything I am today, of what I have become over the years in circumstances which are as routine as they are unnatural, artificial, and indeed perverse.

Thomas Bernhard, Gathering Evidence: A Memoir

Nov 30

The Mexico of Looney Tunes, pt. 1
Backgrounds by: Walter Butler 


Nov 12
"Have you seen this man?"
Lupin III

"Have you seen this man?"

Lupin III


Graveyard of Honor, 2002


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