Wherein I review a good book of stories concerning... →
the internet is the machine! yes yes yes
24. Writers also have an affection for the tricky or vaguely cosmic last line....– From “Theory and Practice of Editing New Yorker Articles,” by Wolcott Gibbs, quoted in James Thurber, The Years With Ross (via michelledean)
They will be 23.– McSweeney’s Internet Tendency: Failure Map. (via hobartpulp)
Six Days (no interesting images here!)
On Thursday, I went running at the very end of dusk. I saw bats on the lake and a sign that said they were rabid, so don’t touch the dead ones. I knew this since I can remember, DON’T TOUCH BATS, but every summer my dad always had new people-touching-dead-bats stories to tell. A girl in a stroller passing me said, “Gramma, look at the long line on that duck.” And it was:...
SEE FREE TUMBLE: My Puffy Face Moment: VIVA LA... →
kristin-fitzsimmons: Whoa 638 retumbles already. Methinks C-Free, Safety Monitor Extraordinaire, is onto something here. friedlanduh: YOU BETTER START RUNNING FASTER, HONEY, BECAUSE YOU NEED TO LOSE ANOTHER 20 POUNDS BEFORE YOU GET AWAY WITH RUNNING IN A SPORTS BRA! This comment, like most cowardly things, was not said to my face, but rather in passing as I ran past a group of guys on St....