Marco Sparks on last night’s Lost, constants, variables, Daniel Faraday, the light (it doesn’t quite scatter right), the cure for cancer, fate versus free will, predestination and predeterminism. Also, filicide, bad daddies, cowboys with issues, Richrd Alpert, Kate not fucking up as hard as usual, Juliet still being amazing, Jack looking a little less stoned than usual, and why doesn’t someone just put a bullet in the head of that guy in the fucking closet already? Seriously?
Is that I never feel like people are really honest about their own porn habits. So the whole conversation feels fraudulent to me. Or maybe I like to believe that, because otherwise, I’m apparently odd.
This may sound fraudulent but I have never seen a porn.
You are missing out. Thatisall.
Oh. I missed this while I was taking a final? I won’t give details but…Xtube is pretty tight.
I’m going to save the internet a lot of time and trouble with this suggestion: fantasti.cc
The economy’s depressed, not me My spirits high as they can be And you can say that I ain’t free But it don’t worry me
I don’t know about you, but I’m really, really looking forward to reading Tyler’s write up of Nashville. There’s so many Altman films that I want to ask, just out of curiousity, about who’s writing what, like 3 Women and That Cold Day In The Park, Secret Honor, and Images, especially Images?
Badass: 42 classics that are among the books people repeatedly attempt to remove from libraries (via culturite,peterwknox)
This is a good and comprehensive list of the more interesting things that people have attempted to get out of the hands of library users, but it’s missin the #1 most attempted to ban book of all time: The Bible.
I totally forgot that I had ever posted this song, but I’m glad I did. This is probably my favorite off her second album, because it works much like so many of my favorite short stories. If you read the lyrics, the song is clearly about one thing, but little touches there, and the tone overall makes you feel that there’s so much depth to the thing, that you can look between the lines and imagine your own little stories for the complicated ways we humans conjure up such spectacular melancholy, even when we’re with the one we love.