So it goes.

Cristian King. San Diego raised. San Francisco educated. Current Seattle resident.

Ariana Grande - My Everything

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Michael Cunningham, The Hours


Michael Cunningham, The Hours

“Truly you don’t have to worry darling until night. We won’t let the night things come in the day.”

—   Ernest Hemingway, from The Garden Of Eden (via violentwavesofemotion)

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San Francisco - California - USA (von James CW Chang)


San Francisco - California - USA (von James CW Chang)


i often confuse my gaydar with my overpowering pleasebegaydar

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“Accustomed to the calm aspect of things, she turned, instead, toward the more tumultuous. She loved the sea only for its storms, and greenery only when it grew here and there among ruins. She needed to derive from things a sort of personal gain; and she rejected as useless everything that did not contribute to the immediate gratification of her heart,—being by temperament more sentimental than artistic, in search of emotions and not landscapes.”

—   Madame Bovary, Gustave Flaubert

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Every time an older man is like “Hey I’m looking for someone to spoil” I always seriously consider “am I desperate enough to be essentially a prostitute?”

“I always wanted
my life to be a comedy,
now I feel in the grip of something

—   Excerpt from “Bop After Hip Op” by Sharon Olds

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Ariana Grande - Best Mistake (feat. Big Sean)
ariana grande (feat. big sean) - best mistake

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“Do you know what people want more than anything? They want to be missed. They want to be missed the day they don’t show up. They want to be missed when they’re gone.”


In another excellent episode of NPR’s TED Radio Hour, Seth Godin dispenses some of his signature wisdom in discussing what makes a great leader. (David Foster Wallace had similar ideas.)

Pair with Godin on vulnerability, creative courage, and how to dance with the fear.

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On the New Yorker fiction podcast, the magnificent Jennifer Egan reads the equally magnificent Mary Gaitskill. Pair with Gaitskill on the six motives of creativity.