You’ll be fine. You’re 25. Feeling unsure and lost is part of your path. Don’t avoid it. See what those feelings are showing you and use it. Take a breath. You’ll be okay. Even if you don’t feel okay all the time.

Louis C.K. (via friendly-neighborhood-crystal)

Louis C. K. is one of those artists who to me isn’t a personal hero but who is very much rooted in several of my heroes’ lives.
He was completely influenced by the comedy of George Carlin, he roomed with Sarah Silverman in New York in the 90s, he opened for Jerry Seinfeld frequently, he had David Lynch on his show last year, he cracked a joke about John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath in his last standup, he was in an HBO special with Ricky Gervais (and Seinfeld) a couple years ago, et. al.
He’s like a super composite (and more) of a bunch of the people whose work I love and deeply respect, and their influence on him is undeniable. He’s talented beyond words, one of the funniest people alive today. I’m glad he’s achieved a considerable level of fame in past years. He deserves it all and more.
If you haven’t seen his latest HBO special, called Oh My God, you really haven’t lived yet. He has mastered the ability to make everybody who watches him fall to pieces laughing for an hour. The title of his comedy special will be your reaction to every joke he throws at you.
And I say this all as sincerely as a post on Tumblr allows. Louis C. K., thank you.

Louis C. K. is one of those artists who to me isn’t a personal hero but who is very much rooted in several of my heroes’ lives.

He was completely influenced by the comedy of George Carlin, he roomed with Sarah Silverman in New York in the 90s, he opened for Jerry Seinfeld frequently, he had David Lynch on his show last year, he cracked a joke about John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath in his last standup, he was in an HBO special with Ricky Gervais (and Seinfeld) a couple years ago, et. al.

He’s like a super composite (and more) of a bunch of the people whose work I love and deeply respect, and their influence on him is undeniable. He’s talented beyond words, one of the funniest people alive today. I’m glad he’s achieved a considerable level of fame in past years. He deserves it all and more.

If you haven’t seen his latest HBO special, called Oh My God, you really haven’t lived yet. He has mastered the ability to make everybody who watches him fall to pieces laughing for an hour. The title of his comedy special will be your reaction to every joke he throws at you.

And I say this all as sincerely as a post on Tumblr allows. Louis C. K., thank you.

Louis C. K. makes fun of every promo ever in his new promo for his upcoming comedy special on HBO. You’ve got to love this man.

The Wright brothers would kick us all in the cunt if they knew. If you could go back in time to Orville Wright and go, ‘Hey, dude, I had to sit on the runway for forty minutes.’ And he’d be like, ‘Oh, shit! Well let’s not even bother then. Hey, Wilbur, shut it down! They make you wait for a bit. That hardly seems worth it!’

Louis C. K.

Louis C. K. discusses with Conan O’Brien the truth of how far our technology has come since he was growing up but why it had to be the most spoiled generation ever (that’s us) who gets to enjoy it complain about it all the time.

Ignore the poor quality because if you complain, then that’s ironic: Louis hates on people like that in this 240p video. It’s very funny. Watch!