From "The Mysteries of Pittsburgh," pp. 88-89
blerg: “This bar was esteemed for the quality or at least the profusion of the graffiti in both its gentlemen’s and ladies’ rooms, which were rarely washed or repainted. I read this exchange: WHAT’S SO GREAT ABOUT WOMEN, ANYWAY? And, lower: HEY, EVERY WOMAN, PAL, IS A VOLUME OF STORIES A CATALOGUE OF MOVEMENTS A SPECTACULAR ARRAY OF IMAGES Then: PLUS THERE’S THE MYSTERY OF LEARNING ABOUT...
Everyone’s afraid of the Medicine Woman except one person.– A.H. Conversations with old men that just get weirder and weirder.
The knife came down, missing him by inches, and he took off.– Joseph Heller, from Catch-22 (thanks, aivlysann) To be filed under: things that speak to me.
To love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything and your heart will be wrung...– C.S. Lewis, The Four Loves
Savage Love Episode 276 | Savage Love Podcast →
Dan Savage and Ira Glass talking about sex! I left this link open for days last week, then promptly closed it and forgot about it in all the rush of getting ready for a moot court competition and my best friend getting sick in the same week. An old friend sent it to me again, because it reminded him so much of me. I’m happy to be so understood.
"I'm somewhat the worse for - cake."
For me, one of the strangest things about living alone is deciding how to feel about it. For some reason, I woke up conflicted today. It happens sometimes when I’m trying to take stock of my feelings early in the day before anything has happened. Some days I wake up and I feel very content alone in my bed with my cat. Some days I start making tea and breakfast and think about how much I...
Possible Conspiracies Involving Taxi Cabs
What is this thing with Jersey Shore and cabs? Why can’t MTV just get a bus or like, a large SUV, and just drive them to the club? Why don’t I get this?
…for he must confess to two of the oddest infirmities in the world: one was,...– Charles Dickens, Bleak House Otherwise known as: my favorite passage from my favorite Charles Dickens novel. I swear that though I may be an adult, sometimes I still feel like Harold Skimpole: “Go your several ways in peace!…only—let [me] live!” Let me do what I want in peace. (via...
Rookie » Friday Playlist: On Repeat →
This mix is great! (My most played songs on itunes are this and this.)
I write entirely to find out what I’m thinking, what I’m looking at, what I see,...– Joan Didion (via invisiblestories)