Tell me why there are flames in your heart and acid in your veins. Tell me why vines climb your lungs and thorns stem from your mind. Tell me why she planted and poisoned. But most of all tell me why you let her.
—  Jaime Ciarletto

This is not a war

(̶◉͛‿◉̶)  > It’s a conversation about what people really need
Fear is a poison, it breeds violence and apathy and greed
So people occupy the streets so they can occupy the hearts of the fearful

Dem☮cracy  is  c☮ming  t☮  the  U.S.A.  > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEDSRP3yNPo

The moon loses its beauty
It loses its mistery
We shouldn’t go there
We should admire it from the distance
The moon shouldn’t be unraveled
It should stay a secret
It should stay breathetaking
Just like you
I like you as a mistery
—  y.k. (via @spvceridespoetry)

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This website has every possible combination of 3200 characters achievable.

Now, the thing is, it’s not just some really weird and obsessed individual who stored every combination possible, obviously, this person created a computer program to do it, and he didn’t make the program store the data, either, he made an algorithm where you can either look into the library by reference or search it by string.

Why is this important? It’s not terribly, but firstly it can tell us at what point a computer brute-forcing the human language would begin to write a Shakespearean novel or your shitty naruto fan fiction, and this concept theoretically could be scalable to the entire length of both. I mean there’s the conversation of infinite monkeys on infinite typewriters but basically in that situation you would get your novel immediately, because infinity, that’s why. THIS is a little more interesting.