shares of tao lin →
In Which We Never Score A Perfect 10 →
In Which Stalin Is The Biggest Goy We Can Think Of →
i had to break the news to a friend of mine tonight i told her, “i just feel your personality would be a much bigger hit with people in Second Life, you know, as opposed to the first one”
In Which This Recording Is A Memex Made Out of... →
The Tunguska Mystery - 100 Years Later →
Jeanne, a disciple of Karl Jaspers, taught me the philosophy of freedom, which...– Czeslaw Milosz
Is the UN Making Things Worse in Darfur? →
Obama's Pilfered Prayer Note →
it looks like he’s putting a christmas wreath on there.
Desperate Grandmas →
In Which Summer Music Is Short Sweet And Iconic →
The New Learning That Failed →
Hey Cats →
In Which Perchance You Need A Vacation To... →
In Which You Look Like You’re Losing A Piece of... →
The MTA Mess →
In Which I Am Not In Love But I'm Open To... →
In Which The Time To Sate Our Search Engine... →
panero on walton ford
James Panero: And just like so many commentaries in art, this one gets tedious. In a profile in New York magazine in 2002, Ford demonstrated just how tedious he could be. Take, for example, his description of Carl Akeley, the great naturalist and conservationist who created the first habitat dioramas at the American Museum of Natural History: “Akeley was the museum’s great white hunter … he...
Thao on WOXY →
worth a listen
In Which All of Our [My] Opinions Are Right. →
What's Wrong With Vocational School? →
In Which White on Black Black on White →
william burroughs on narcotics
"An Uncharacteristically Altruistic Moment" →
nice wyatt mason interview with adam thirlwell
In Which Tyler Slums It At The Pitchfork Music... →
from tumbledore.tumblr.com: "The first passage...
Andrew feels calm. "If you can't beat them join them," he says. Some days he feels calm. Today he feels calm. He feels strange. "Has anyone done that? Not beaten something...then joined it?"
"If you can't join them buy them out," someone says.
"Buy them presents," Andrew says, and makes a shit-eating grin at no one; at a pizza box. He is embarrassed for the pizza box. He folds it. 'Shit-eating grin.' He needs to stop. He needs to use his face to convey emotions to other humans in order to move sincerely through life--laughing in groups of three or four; expressing gratitude, concern, or disapproval about people, the weather, or food; and manipulating members of either sex to get them to love him, like him, or respect him. That is what a face is for.
Tattoo You →
mollylambert: Your Body Is A Wonderland, at This Recording
What If They Had A Republican Presidential... →
This is well on its way to becoming a major issue. Will it stick through the debates? We’ve been covering the campaign, albeit somewhat erratically. Since I cover it purely according to what interests me about it, it’s telling that we’re run virtually no pieces on McCain. This is unrelated to the fact that I strongly dislike John McCain. I write about people I don’t like...
while this is disgusting →
it’s really sad that jacques steinberg, who is a decent reporter, is covering this bullship. I mean seriously people. I don’t care if it’s an internet scandal, writing about what people say on radio shows is lower than plankton.
Deer Tracks Beautiful, sobbing high-geared fucking and then to lie silently like deer tracks in the freshly-fallen snow beside the one you love. That’s all. - Richard Brautigan
In Which Georgia Puts A Prayer In The Wailing Wall →