The Windmill

"they can kill you, but the legalities of eating you are quite a bit dicier." - dfw

this is where i record myself.




the look for 2014


I’m crying.

everything was beautiful and nothing hurt

(Source: dqdbpb, via vern-inator)

i mean everyone’s identity is for sale, celebrities just have higher bidders.

i’ve been struggling a lot to say what i think lately and i’m usually quite articulate and i think it’s because i’m learning still but i think it might partially be because drunk.

From Milgram’s famous studies of obedience to Zimbardo’s prison study, psychologists have argued for the roots of evil actions in quite ordinary psychological causes. This grounding of evil in ordinary, as opposed to extraordinary, phenomena have led some to describe the notion of “pure evil” as a myth. A misguided understanding of human nature deriving both from specific socio-cultural traditions as well as a general tendency to understand others’ behavior as a product solely of their essence, their soul, as opposed to a more complicated combination of environmental and individual forces.