Why so loud?
Even as I walk up to the front door I can tell what game the boys are playing just by that incredibly loud stream of obscenities. Apparently, nothing enrages them quite like Super Smash Bros.
The other white meat.: Why are you not in college? →
suchitapatel: shepdaddy: jamiemccune: … actually college isnt that expensive. well not community college. anyway, i agree. i’m completely happy with every decision i’ve ever made. i give no fuck what anyone else thinks. why volunteer to worry about grades and tuition and oh my god cindy just had to get the same $150… You know, college is a good thing if you know what you want to do and it...
The New World Domination. Nerd Style. →
So far I’ve got North & Central America (incl. the Caribbean islands) and Europe. Working on Africa. Also I forgot to eat lunch yesterday, because memorizing the political map of Europe seemed far more important.
Albums you should hear, and The Roadtrip
The Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness Soundtrack for Angus Weezer Blue Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the Sea Muse Origin of Symmetry First roadtrip with people who aren’t strictly family: now complete. I had a fantastic time overall, though I think some highlights are as follows: that French bakery in Charlotte with the blueberry cream cheese...
A Bird Flies Out: Anna Seghers, "The Excursion of... →
shepdaddy: I’m nearly finished reading the short story I need to write two pages on. It’s by a German woman named Anna Seghers, published in 1946 in Mexico : a mostly autobiographical work. Basically this sick older woman is wandering out into the desert in Mexico, her fever erasing the confines of linear… The “erasure of linear time” is actually a concept I have trouble with in literature....
Anna Seghers, "The Excursion of the Dead Girls"
I’m nearly finished reading the short story I need to write two pages on. It’s by a German woman named Anna Seghers, published in 1946 in Mexico : a mostly autobiographical work. Basically this sick older woman is wandering out into the desert in Mexico, her fever erasing the confines of linear time. She “sees” an old school field trip in front of her and relives the...
Oh sweet Jesus. →