1. 'Honey, got no money,

    I’m all sixes and sevens and nines’

    And a dysfunctional right leg, for good measure.

  2. "You can’t teach an old dog new tricks," they say.

    Sod new tricks.

  3. Yes it is.

    (Source: loosewheelnut)


  4. Set It Off

    "Over the course of a decade, Ulysses became an underground sensation. It was literary contraband, a novel you could read only if you found a copy counterfeited by literary pirates or if you smuggled it past customs agents. Most copies came from Shakespeare and Company, Sylvia Beach’s Paris bookstore, where, as one writer remembered, “Ulysses lay stacked like dynamite in a revolutionary cellar.” It was the archetype of a modernist revolution—it is, in fact, the primary reason why we think of modernism as revolutionary at all.”

    - From Kevin Birmingham’s 'The Most Dangerous Book - The Battle for James Joyce's Ulysses'


  5. Sidereal

    'Had to let you know
    I really don’t even
    Know what I know
    You’re my sunshine’

    Anton, shobdo gulo aapnaar, kintu bhaavna gulo amar.

  6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBGMIusc90E

    'I'm gonna do the damage

    That needs getting done’

  7. Some good timepass afternoons, after quite a while

  8. All the life advice anyone can ever need.

  9. One day, I will be knocking back negroni after negroni, serene in an easy chair, with Exile playing in the background, and it’s all going to be fine.