“…she removed the mysterious cloak on arbitrary authority.”

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“I cried at the end, when I read it,” Gosling says. “I just thought it was so romantic—the idea that you don’t need to be loved in return in order to love something or someone. Love can come from you. It doesn’t have to be reciprocal. People love their cars. People love all kinds of things, and they really love them. And we don’t really value that kind of love because it’s not a real, reciprocal kind of love, but it’s real love to them.”

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that coming from an ex-mouseketeer. i know i should’ve watched more of those sunday morning tv shows to gain “perspective”. as said previously, this guy can do no wrong at the moment. possibly after the invasion of calculator watches, plastic aviators and wooden flat briefcases while wearing close knitted short sleeve gingham shirts, pencil ‘touches and flabby hand knitted sweaters will *possibly* make appearances.

i’m sounding like a fanboy. already.

One thought on ““…she removed the mysterious cloak on arbitrary authority.”

  1. Pingback: Love relearned. « a theory in the making

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