02. 11. 14. 03:37 pm ♥ 3857
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04. 27. 13. 10:11 pm ♥ 6
A kiss is the promise of what’s to come.
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04. 27. 13. 10:10 pm ♥ 22
Alan: I always feel slightly sick to my stomach when I work alone in the office late at night. Denise: I thought you liked being alone. Alan: I love being alone. I just prefer to be alone when there are other people around.
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04. 27. 13. 10:05 pm ♥ 25
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04. 27. 13. 10:03 pm ♥ 7
There’s nothing more life-affirming than a little death tucked in the back of your mind.
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02. 11. 14. 03:35 pm ♥ 3857
demand-progress:

The NSA “is gathering nearly 5 billion records a day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world.” (Washington Post)
Join us in protesting the National Security Agency’s wide-ranging invasion of privacy.
Take action →
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The NSA “is gathering nearly 5 billion records a day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world.” (Washington Post)

Join us in protesting the National Security Agency’s wide-ranging invasion of privacy.

Take action →

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04. 27. 13. 10:10 pm ♥ 20
My best friend has Alzheimer’s…The truth is, I don’t think he’ll ever come to me and say, “This is the day I want to die.” But the day is coming. And he won’t know it. This is perhaps the most insidious thing about Alzheimer’s. But you see, he trusts me to know when that day has arrived. He trusts me to safeguard his dignity, his legacy and self-respect. He trusts me to prevent his end from becoming a mindless piece of mush. And I will. It will be an unbearably painful thing for me but I will do it because I love him. I will end his suffering. Because it’s the only decent, humane, and loving thing a person can do.

Alan Shore, Boston Legal

I  cried so much watching this scene.

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04. 27. 13. 10:05 pm ♥ 20

The Purple Thread.

Alan Shore: You know, Marissa, not smiling has its benefits. You don't give away your thoughts so easily. It's a great advantage in card playing. Marissa Deaver: That's funny, but... I'd rather fit in. Alan Shore: Have you ever heard of a Greek philosopher named Epictetus? Marissa Deaver: No. Alan Shore: He was a funny man with a certain flare for life. Epictetus compared people who "fit in" to the white threads of a toga. Indistinguishable. He wanted to be the purple thread. "That small part which is bright, and makes all the rest appear graceful and beautiful. Why then," he asked, "do you tell me to make myself like the many? And if I do, how shall I still be purple?" Marissa Deaver: Sometimes being purple is kind of a pain. Alan Shore: Yes.
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04. 27. 13. 10:04 pm ♥ 267
People walk around today calling everyone their best friend. The term doesn’t have any real meaning anymore. Mere acquaintances are lavished with hugs and kisses upon a second or at most third meeting, birthday cards get passed around offices so everybody can scribble a snippet of sentimentality for a colleague they barely met, and everyone just loves everyone. As a result, when you tell somebody you love them today, it isn’t much heard.
Alan Shore (James Spader, Boston Legal)
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04. 27. 13. 10:02 pm ♥ 14
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