"Warning: if you read this you'll probably never... →
Community was really, really good tonight.
“No Night” by Parts & Labor
I'M HERE – A LOVE STORY IN AN ABSOLUT WORLD →
Lots of American places used to make things. Detroit used to make cars....– David Simon, from here. “Treme” sounds like it’s gonna be awesome.
“Hurricane” by Thinking Fellers Union...
bg5000: perpetua: Hot Chip “I Feel Better” It’s going to be very, very hard for anyone to top Peter Serafinowicz and make a better music video in 2010. I don’t want to describe any of this and spoil it for you, so I’m going to leave it at that. This is easily one of the best music videos I have ever seen.
of Montreal on Yo Gabba Gabba. Excited about seeing these guys next month!
Advertisers often play on something psychologists call Loss Aversion. Loss...– Donald Miller (via azspot)
I have no context for it, but it looked like he was doing a rhetorical analysis...– David Foster Wallace had a heavily marked-up copy of Mary Higgins Clark’s Where Are The Children? (via) (via katiebakes)
Law & Order, Balzac, or the New York Post
agrammar: January, 1961. This is an exchange between New Yorker fiction editor William Maxwell and author Sylvia Townsend Warner, on the subject of Balzac: MAXWELL: “The pace irritates me, and I see everything coming for miles and miles.” WARNER: “I think you will come to Balzac yet. When one has disproved all one’s theories, outgrown all of one’s standards, discarded all one’s criterions, and...
Medicine is … the entertainment of idle people without occupation who, not...– Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Here I want instead to hazard a little theory, concerning the evolution of a...– from “Speaking in Tongues” by Zadie Smith
[Tony] Hancock wasn’t such an anachronism, as it turns out. ...– from “Dead Man Laughing” by Zadie Smith Zadie Smith’s account of the lineage of a certain strain of British comedy. Harvey is her late father.