“Anarchism, in my view, is an expression of the idea that the burden of proof is always on those who argue that authority and domination are necessary. They have to demonstrate, with powerful argument, that that conclusion is correct. If they cannot, then the institutions they defend should be considered illegitimate. How one should react to illegitimate authority depends on circumstances and conditions: there are no formulas.”—Noam Chomsky, “On Anarchism: Noam Chomsky interviewed by Tom Lane”.
“the grace is being able to like rock music,
symphony music, jazz…
anything that contains the original energy of
joy.”—Henry Charles Bukowski - “One for the Shoeshine Man”, Love is a Dog from Hell, 1977