McSweeney’s Internet Tendency: Open Letter: An Open Letter to TV Snobs..
Pried my eyes open around six this morning, remembering that there was something I wanted to do, or see. Fell back to sleep with the cat. Only remembered to turn on the TV at seven, and got to see the exit from the Abbey. This seems to have been quite enough of the Royal wedding for me. … Continue reading Vaguely aware that I should turn on the TV early this morning
Image via Wikipedia Time passes. Three whole years. In other news: statistics on my blog show that Le Cheval Rouge, by Jacques Prévert, is the currently most-read anthology piece on my blog, though Siegfried Sassoon‘s The Death Bed still holds the all-time lead in the anthology division, due to its having been recited by Judd … Continue reading Three years, and some poetry statistics
I’m not an economist of any kind, and have yet to figure out what a credit swap is. However, my lack of knowledge has not kept me from noticing things… especially almost two years ago, when I was lying in my bed that we had set up in the TV room where I stayed during … Continue reading What you can learn from watching television