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Do not close the CON!
No connection with the image but it reminds me why I do not know that Leo Campion, anarchist comedian, did not understand that we treat the idiots idiots, then they have that body, nor depth, Conclusion … or taste better say a fool he is an asshole rather than a short con.
Leo Campion, born March 24, 1905 in Paris, and died there March 6, 1992 after spending his time between Brussels and Paris. Songwriter and cartoonist, he was regent of the Pygologie Pataphysics College and Grand Master of the Brotherhood of Knights of Taste Ass
Illustration by The Art of Dissent, If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger …

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vlad-urutti:

Do not close the CON!

No connection with the image but it reminds me why I do not know that Leo Campion, anarchist comedian, did not understand that we treat the idiots idiots, then they have that body, nor depth, Conclusion … or taste better say a fool he is an asshole rather than a short con.

Leo Campion, born March 24, 1905 in Paris, and died there March 6, 1992 after spending his time between Brussels and Paris. Songwriter and cartoonist, he was regent of the Pygologie Pataphysics College and Grand Master of the Brotherhood of Knights of Taste Ass

Illustration by The Art of Dissent, If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger

(Via nevver)

3 years ago reblogged from vlad-urutti
Cheryl ~ Day 144; 221 to Go

dailyinspiredthoughts:

Sometimes we have to know that there is always tomorrow. We sometimes need to recognize that today didn’t go as we wanted it to but there is hopefully, a tomorrow.  A new day a fresh start a new opportunity to try harder to do more. We can’t undo time but we can put more of ourselves into the next day.  We can take full control of the opportunities that are before us and make tomorrow the day we want it to be.  Life is a constant changing series of events that we can not control.  We can only give what we have within us to give.  We can learn from each day so this day is a success regardless if the scoreboard of life says it is.  Every fall, stumble or slip is an opportunity to learn and get back up.  What can you learn from today to help you tomorrow.  Take that, learn that and smile when the new day is here.  It is after all a new day.  This is my inspired thought.

Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall Confucius (via dailyinspiredthoughts)


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