quarta-feira, 4 de julho de 2012

A Conversation Worth Celebrating

«All over the world, people are staying up late, venturing into the night, and breaking the law to say this thing to you. You don’t know them and they don’t know you. And it doesn’t matter. They just want to be heard. So they’re writing on the walls and sidewalks of the places we live. You don’t have to listen to them if you don’t want to. You can walk past the words and mistake them for vandalism. And that’s what most of us do most of the time. But if you pay attention, you’ll find a conversation worth celebrating, worth taking part in. You’ll find a conversation about things that matter. Things like love, and shit, and incest, and war. Things like monkeys, and drugs, and cheese, and toilet seats. Things like fucking, and loss, and ducks, and revenge, and theft, and Arabs, and Chinese people. Things like science, and fame, and God, and pianos, and politics, and aliens, and Jesus, and pigeons, and pancakes. Written on the city, there is a signal amidst the noise. There is conversation amidst intimate strangers. This graffiti is good.»

Axel Albin and Josh Kamler

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