Anonymous asked: What do you love most about law school? I'm considering applying.

Thank you! I love heated discussion without boundaries. The sleeplessness catches up to you, and pretty soon you’re sitting mildly intoxicated in Criminal Law debating the culpability of a man whose intentions were good until a day he lost it and decided to commit a horrendous crime. I’m intrigued by how man decided it had the autonomy to determine his fate and the course of dealings in which it currently follows to compromise justice for the illusion of peace. There is no justice or fairness, per se, in any doctrine of law, just roadmaps to help pacify laymen from mass revolt.

Social progress is almost entirely futile; law is for dreamers who like tongue twisters. Malleable as clay, law is an ongoing discussion and I am willing to converse with whomever has interest in attempting to articulate what is the ultimate anomaly. 

Hope this helps, xo.

Continue in a clockwise motion.

Continue in a clockwise motion.

Let’s get past the kitsch lyrics and appreciate how much soul Adam Levine has for a white guy. 

"Do you realize that people don’t know how to read Kafka simply because they want to decipher him? Instead of letting themselves be carried away by his unequaled imagination, they look for allegories — and come up with nothing but clichés: life is absurd (or it is not absurd), God is beyond reach (or within reach), etc. You can understand nothing about art, particularly modern art, if you do not understand that imagination is a value in itself."

Milan Kundera 

Don’t think, let it take you.

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"…this is not intended as a provocative gesture but other people are, as usual, upset. Sensuality does not understand why everyone else is so disturbed [by her]. As a young girl, she was often scolded for going barefoot."

J. Ruth Gendler


Shoes on too tight
so I took a rest, 
laces cut 
the flow of blood
from my fevered head—
but I’m still runnin’

"Bloodflood pt. 11," by alt-J

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"Yesterday’s weirdness is tomorrow’s reason why."

Hunter S. Thompson, The Curse of Lono 

Something’s off—I’ve misplaced a piece.  


Last Tango in Paris (Italian: Ultimo tango a Parigi) 1972


Last Tango in Paris (Italian: Ultimo tango a Parigi) 1972

Currently: As if floating perilously in mid-air, and the atmosphere is made of alt-J’s This Is All Yours. 

Floored. This album. 

"The Gospel of John Hurt," by alt-J

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borrowedworld asked: Hello! I've just started up with Tumblr again and I noticed you are posting some law things. Are you in law school? How did you come to the decision to do it and how are you finding it so far? I just started this semester in California. I find a hard time expressing what has happened other than it isn't what I expected. It's nearly consumed me whole at this point, in a "not altogether terrible, but I think I've entered the void" kind of way.

It’s exactly that. It’s kinda like something nudged you from behind—you don’t know when or how, exactly, but you know it isn’t the last time. And certainly you know forces more powerful will soon stir you. 

Enjoy this. Cheers and be in touch. 

finegoodsfinefolk asked: Thanks for still following! just wanted to write saying you crossed my mind and hope life is golden. Sending good vibes! xo

Thank you <3 good vibes to you in return 

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