A Typical Day at the Office
NURSE CHERRY: So what seems to be the problem today? SAL: Just an annual checkup. NURSE CHERRY: The doctor will be here any minute. In the meantime, is there anything that I can help you with? I’m a very talented nurse. SAL: I’d rather wait for the doctor. NURSE CHERRY: Are you sure? SAL: Yes. NURSE CHERRY (seductively): Are you positive? SAL: Yes. But let me tell you what I do want. ...
I aspire to think of myself as an analog person, but I am not. I have been...– Chuck Klosterman from Eating The Dinosaur
And evening came, I had dinner in a restaurant and went to a bar. I had some drinks and talked to some people. We were bar people and said bar things. None of them remembered, and the bar closed. Richard Brautigan
On Keeping a Notebook →
I seem to have a bad habit of running over nails. This is the second tire I’ve popped in this manner in as many months. Anyway, I spent the early hours of the morning in a tire repair shop reading about Elaine Benes on my blackberry. Someone told me I was an Elaine last night, and it continues to boggle my mind. On to Joan Didion. I also have a habit of writing down fleeting...
What is meant by “reality”? It would seem to be something very erratic, very...– Virginia Woolf, A Room of One’s Own (via mhight)
How to Move to Paris with No Money →
good to know. now if only I could move from this sofa….
continuing where I left off →
a crackhead’s delight