When I was a kid, I thought a lot about what made me different from the other kids. I don’t think I was smarter than them and I certainly wasn’t more talented. And I definitely can’t claim I was a harder worker — I’ve never worked particularly hard, I’ve always just tried doing things I find fun. Instead, what I concluded was that I was more curious — but not because I had been born that way. If you watch little kids, they are intensely curious, always exploring and trying to figure out how things work. The problem is that school drives all that curiosity out. Instead of letting you explore things for yourself, it tells you that you have to read these particular books and answer these particular questions. And if you try to do something else instead, you’ll get in trouble. Very few people’s curiosity can survive that. But, due to some accident, mine did. I kept being curious and just followed my curiosity.

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‘This is it!

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Poor Statue of Liberty [Click for full gallery]

If the apocalypse is indeed happening, make sure to avoid the Statue of Liberty. That shit is always going down. Here’s proof: in chronological order, a list of disaster movies (and television miniseries) featuring Statue of Liberty getting destroyed (..so many from 2008):


#badreligion #crossbuster (Taken with Instagram)


#badreligion #crossbuster (Taken with Instagram)



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