[...] we were disagreeing about something. I said to him, “I’m smart enough to know that these ideas are going to be attributed to me whether they’re mine or not. If you come up with a good idea, I want to take credit for it.” I believe that. I mean, I honestly believe if you show me something that I want to take – I will fucking run with it.
— David Fincher in an interview with First Showing
Exquisite pairing of brut and sour patch kids
- Chris: How much was it?
- Justin: $205 for 4
- Chris: Cool, I’ll owe you some duckets next time we hang.
- Justin: That is not a suitable exchange currency.
(They were Louis C.K. tickets.)
Credibility lasts about two cycles of bad material, and then you’ll probably never get it back. If you let people down, that’s really hard to come back from— harder than climbing from nothing to something, even.
— Louis C.K. in an interview with Pitchfork
What if we went through life assuming that everyone actually was an artist? That everyone had an offering to give? […] What if we could empower everyone to operate out of that place, instead of out of job titles or money or security, even? Imagine a world where everyone gives their truest, most authentic gifts.
— Elle Luna in an interview with The Great Discontent
Sidewalk in northeast Portland, Oregon