Breaking Atoms

For bedroom demagogues and armchair fans.
A man is a teller of tales, he sees everything that happens to him through them, and he tries to live his own life as if he were telling a story. But you have to choose: live or tell.

—Jean-Paul Sartre

(Source: Vice Magazine)

Making History: A Q&A with Mad Men's Matthew Weiner | TIME

You get born only once in this business, but you can die again and again.

—Eddie Murphy

(Source: Rolling Stone)

  • Rolling Stone: Your original idea for Tower Heist would have been a very different movie: an all-star cast of black comedians playing inept thieves trying to rob Trump Tower.
  • Eddie Murphy: Yeah, I wanted to get all the funny brothers on the scene – me, Chris Tucker, Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence and Tracy Morgan – and do a movie together, like I did on Harlem Nights. I still want to do something like that.


“There is no bleaker moment in life of the city than that one which crosses the boundary lines between those who have not slept all night and those who are going to work. It was for Sabina as if two races of men and women lived on earth, the night people and the day people, never meeting face to face except at this moment.”

― Anaïs Nin, A Spy in the House of Love 

We’re folded in certain ways. We have creases in us. Everybody has a circadian rhythm. And mine just happens to be the way it is.
Too much of failed


policy since the war has been the result of ideological ministers who don’t use the institutions that they expect the general public to use.

—Andrew Adonis