The Art of Tetman Callis

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January 21st, 2021 · No Comments

“ ‘Every cynic is a romantic’? Well. A romantic is just a cynic for whom, as yet, the nickel hasn’t dropped. You can’t get your heart broke if you don’t give a shit. A ‘fool’s paradise’ is a perfect redundancy. The paradise, whether it’s love or success, consists not in its, no doubt, pleasant attributes, […]

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January 20th, 2021 · No Comments

“There’s this to say for a broken heart, it keeps your weight down. And it makes you pale and interesting to the opposite sex.” – David Mamet, Chicago Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemailPrint

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January 19th, 2021 · No Comments

“When you cannot find the correct answer, ask a different question.” – David Mamet, Chicago Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemailPrint

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January 18th, 2021 · No Comments

“Why do you think girls fall in love? I am sure, pick one or some, ‘He can: bring me off; buy me shit; protect me and my children; leave me a lot of money.’ That’s the list.” – David Mamet, Chicago Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemailPrint

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January 17th, 2021 · No Comments

“What is government but the nom de guerre of thugs and whores; of greed, which, were it practiced by those out of office, would result in their dismemberment.” – David Mamet, Chicago Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemailPrint

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January 16th, 2021 · No Comments

“A newspaper is a joke. Existing at the pleasure of the advertisers, to mulct the public, gratifying their stupidity, and render some small advance on investment to the owners, offering putative employment to their etiolated, wastrel sons.” – David Mamet, Chicago (emphasis in original) Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemailPrint

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