“ There are people, who, when they become angry and offend others, demand first that nothing be held against them, and second, that they be pitied because they are prey to such violent attacks. Human arrogance can go that far. ”

—    Nietzsche, Human, All Too Human, aphorism 358 (via eccenohomo)

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Frank Sinatra poses as part of a glee club for a series of publicity photos taken by Peter Martin in 1943 documenting his “high school years,” in order to appeal to his teenage fanbase. Sinatra dropped out of high school in his freshman year, and was 27 when this picture was taken.

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