I think there is a lesson to be learned about inappropriate overconfidence by creative people. So there is a difference between people who have been successful once and people who have been successful twice. The emotion at Sega was that people who were successful once were thinking they deserved the success rather than being lucky. To me that’s a broader lesson in overconfidence, and at EA we learned it a lot of times. We had games that had sequels that we believed deserved to be as big, and the company deserved to grow off it, and that’s a lesson that you can’t learn well enough: that success doesn’t give you the right to more success.
She just wanna smoke and fuck
I say ‘girl thats all that we do’ …
Drake - The Language
Half the battle is just starting something and showing up. So many people talk themselves out of everything. You can ‘what if’ yourself to death … There are no shortcuts, just show up and start working and good things can happen
Matt Tanase, founder of Slicehost (acquired by Rackspace for a couple of Million)
Beautiful things don’t ask for attention
I think tattoos look stupid on black people
My friend, Thomas Jefferson is an American saint because he wrote the words ‘All men are created equal’, words he clearly didn’t believe since he allowed his own children to live in slavery. He’s a rich white snob who was sick of paying taxes to the Brits. So, yeah, he writes some lovely words and aroused the rabble and they went and died for those words while he sat back and drank his wine and fucked his slave girl.
This guy (gesturing to Obama on TV) wants to tell me we’re living in a community? Don’t make me laugh. I’m living in America, and in America you’re on your own. America’s not a country. It’s just a business.
Now fuckin’ pay me.
Jackie Cogan/Killing Me Softly
… said the city stress him out on the low …
I’m not trying to find somebody else to be
Proceed most carefully when your dream is just within reach …
because every now and then, your dream is actually a nightmare.
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