When the government shuts down, an old man re-evaluates his life and choices.
Rod Stewart is important for helping you transition from winter to spring, because (like early spring), he is sort of sad but real into stuff.
Lately, I’ve been pausing in porticos, haunted by a particular line from a particular song. The ditty in question, “Boom Boom Pow,” was released by the redoubtable Black Eyed Peas more than a year ago, yet certain peculiarities of its lyrical cadences still manage to wash up upon the shores of my mind, as clear and startlingly whole as twisted lengths of beach glass.
10/01/09 walmart – m4w – 50 (bham ) where oh where is the lady at walmart on 10/01/09 we talked about the rain and i adised u to walk in it to help become immune to a cold everytime u go out if ur out there reply to post plz. Location: bham it’s NOT ok …
The most interesting element of last week’s SNL was, of course, Lady Gaga. Gaga is Andy Warhol meets Andy Kaufman. She is perhaps the only pop artist in history who could write a master’s thesis on her own significance as a post-modern pop icon and what it means for our celebrity-obsessed society; furthermore, I am convinced she has already written that thesis–it’s called her career.
10. Guy from my work that I was afraid to talk to: As I was walking out of the building, I noticed some guy from some department also leaving the building. At first I thought he was just going for his car, but then I realized that he was going to be walking to the …
1. Bobby, at home alone. A moss-green sweater, nubbly, with sprigs of Drum tobacco caught in the cables. He as usual cannot sleep, and has TV on, and comes in on the middle of “Frankie and Johnny,” which is playing on FX or Bravo. He wears loose brown cords, with coffee stains on one knee. …
1. The first person was too fatalistic to put much stock in anything, and so he avoided metaphors as much as possible.
Sure, there were fucking jicamas, but it was a textural thing . . .
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