Two Bullet Tuesday
Me and my girl Juno (also referred to as Mrs. Maddaus by my wife!), a 6 month old Cane Corso, having a rest together. Comfy cozy.

Two Bullet Tuesday


A Quote: It will be said that, while a little leisure is pleasant, men would not know how to fill their days if they had only four hours of work out of the twenty-four. In so far as this is true in the modern world, it is a condemnation of our civilization; it would not have been true at any earlier period. There was formerly a capacity for light-heartedness and play, which has been, to some extent, inhibited by the cult of efficiency. The modern man thinks that everything ought to be done for the sake of something else, and never for its own sake. —BERTRAND RUSSELL from the essay “In Praise of Idleness,” 1932

A piece from last Sunday's New York Times that is so touching and such a great reminder of how evanescent our existence is.


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