The Critic v The Gadfly v The Heckler
natashavc: None of these are the same. One of them is enlightened, one of them is ideological, and one of them is off the guest list. Once you are able to determine who is who between the three you should moderate your blog/contacts accordingly. Natasha should rewrite the Haggadah and cast the above as the Wise Son, the Simple Son, and the Wicked Son. The Son Who Knows Not To Ask I guess...
Total curveball. →
Greenpoint Gazette:Heart Break Hilarity at WORD →
In case you missed the show at WORD on Tuesday night, Talisa Chang wrote a great wrap-up! Thanks to all who trudged through the rain and the muck to see me, Shukert & Albo and a special hat-tip to the Friends of Tom who made the trek!
The Believer March/April 2010 Film Issue →
The Believer March/April 2010 Film Issue Cinema, Happiness Six short films by KARPO GODINA Watching Shrek in Tehran BRIAN T. EDWARDS Buddy Ebsen HILTON ALS Creative Accounting: Independent Feature Film M. REBEKAH OTTO The Apocalypse Will Be Televised MARK HOLCOMB Black Notes GRAHAM T. BECK Bonus Disc Fever ALEX ROSE Whatever Surrogate: a new poem ALBERT GOLDBARTH Musin’s and...
Sling Blog - According to WE TV, It's Okay for... →
“We love weddings AND puppies, so we’ve decided to marry the two!”
Sentences That Delighted Me Today | The Awl →
"Whenever culture isn't being controlled by enough... →
I Don't Care About Your Band and other Heartbreak... →
Word Up, Cameo! This is tonight, and I hope you come to it, because it will be fun and there will be wine! And laughter! It will basically be like a Greek Orgy, except the vomitorium will be the alley behind the Pencil Factory. I AM KIDDING, nobody drinks enough to puke these days anymore, because kids are soft! Anyway, here is the pertinent of the info. Please come and give me a hug after I...
(via alexbalk) Hahahahaha
Nice Glasses! →
Waking up sweaty from a dream about going to an exhibit at the zoo that’s set up to look like a Japanese supermarket with Bobcat Goldthwait and his wife is totally normal, right? JUST MAKING SURE
that is what is wrong with cold people. not that they have ice in their souls—we...– lorrie moore, self-help. (via paperbackgirl)
Observation: Emily Gould is not funny!
natface: thingsiatethatilove: bluebears: (via natface) Observation: the person who observed this made a point of introducing herself to me and was very nice and polite. Internet, you are perfectly entitled to do one or the other of these things ( ie, write mean things about me on your blogs or be nice to me in person). But I have to ask you please not to do them both. Please? That is...
Automatic Humongous Bunny Reblog [Via Jezebel]
"The thing that bugs more more than anything with... →
My pal Meredith Blake interviewed me for The New Yorker’s website. If you like, you can submit a caption for it!
The internet is rightfully atizz about Chris Jones’s fabulous Esquire profile of Roger Ebert, but whither the hullabaloo in regards to Roger’s rock star wife, Chaz? I was ablaze in girlcrushery while I was reading Jones’s piece—between the passages about their silent walks together and her journaling of his surgeries, to the lawyerly lack of debate in Chaz’s voice...
"The Early Show" and Katie Lee Joel Want You To... →
Important soup post.
I Don't Care About Your Band: A Dating Book We Can... →
Thank you, Jezebel. This is me, crying at my desk a little bit. Because I am verklempt! xoxoxo
“Tumblr Reads Internet Writers IRL” - Time Out New... →
There are some gorgeously notable quotables in this piece about the Tumblr reading I’m doing Friday, alongside everybody in the world who writes for the internet and is great. As a side note, I love a think piece with buzzwords! This one makes generous employ of the following important phrases: safe space, riffing, stream, feedback, think piece, and buzzwords. Oh, and cats! SO MANY CATS.
The more we hook up, the more people will write... →
My BlackBook interview with Rohin
What kind of a monster →
Things they love: Patti Smith on vinyl, Philip... →
On Anthony Bourdain, John Larroquette’s Twitter, and the “Cool Old Guy” thing, at Nerve.com.
My dreams are mostly about eating a school bus... →
Elissa Bassist, who is a nice and smart lady, interviewed me for therumpus.net.