You are pointless. You are stupid. You turn human beings with potential into technology-addicted drones. All of the time I’ve spent on you I could have been catching up on all of those books I have, painting something, watching something interesting, learning how to do something new, but no, I didn’t nearly as much as I should have, and neither did anyone else. We all reblog pictures preaching to read more and go outside more, but none of the things we reblog do we actually do because we’re all on fucking tumblr constantly. So this is goodbye, I’m printing all the pretty pictures I’ve collected from you over the past year and calling it quits. You sicken me and I pray for the release of the people I know on here who also have a hard time escaping your clutches. KILL YOUR TIME MORE PRODUCTIVELY, KIDS!
“The drunk kids, the Catholics; They’re all about the same. They’re waiting for something, hoping to be saved. Well I have been happy the past couple days. Just thinking of the women who’ve taken your place.
And every night I think I certainly won’t ever sleep sober or alone. And then suddenly it occurs to me, I’ve slept alone before you. And so I pour myself the stiffest drink my stomach can stand and convince myself to lay back down again.”
In Dante’s Inferno, Satan is portrayed as a giant beast, frozen mid-breast in ice at the center of Hell. Satan has three heads and affixed under each chin are pairs of bat-like wings. As Satan beats his wings, he creates a cold wind which continues to freeze the ice surrounding him, and the other sinners in the Ninth Circle. The winds he creates are felt throughout the other circles of Hell. Each of his three mouths chew on Judas, Brutus, and Cassius. Dante illustrates a less powerful Satan than most standard depictions; he is slobbering, wordless, and receives the same punishments in Hell as the rest of the sinners.