Just finished reading...
…Philip Roth’s The Plot Against America, which is a novel about an alternate reality in which Charles Lindbergh runs for the office of President against Franklin Roosevelt in 1940 on a platform of keeping America out of the European war, and wins. The narrator is a Jewish child named Philip Roth, who tries to make sense out of the things that happen in his family as a result of the...
I have to say...
…that I like drinking alcohol in all its forms, and am willing to accept the occasional drunkenness as the price of the pleasure of the drinking thereof. Ahem.
I wish I could find someone new to follow. Someone who didn’t make me feel like un-following them a half-hour later.
Funeral for man entombed for 27 years in chimney →
This is better than Edgar Allan Poe!
If you’re waiting at a bus stop, and someone holding a white cane is also there, go stand behind that person; that’s where the bus will stop.
I just don't like people.
Neither do I, but I try not to let it get in the way of liking persons.
See Uncle Cranky!
I appeared, at a point which I will leave to you to figure out, on ABC News at 11, this morning, because I stumbled into two Ed Lee Mayoral campaign stops in The Mission.
Honeyjets said to me:
Rum is making a comeback! I had some rum last night: one part Mount Gay to two parts Parrot brand coconut juice. Quick and easy and tropical, and gets the job done.
To which I can only reply: Yes, I think so. Mount Gay is delicious neat, too. Appleton is even better. I have only one caveat -- avoid the San Francisco rum bar Smuggler's Cove, unless you are prepared to piss away the entire capital of your inheritance. That place is crazy expensive!
gaelen asked: Ah, got it. I don't follow anyone via the Tumblr dashboard, I just see your posts via Google Reader along with the rest of my RSS feeds and comment via Disqus (or whatever commenting service a person uses). Mystery solved. Thanks for the reply :)
quonky asked: I am in full support of COMG on Twitter. I wouldn't say it's a substitute for tumblr, though. I tend to use tumblr for the weird things I see and twitter for the pithy one-liners they inspire.
honeyjets asked: Maybe we should all just start spray painting replies on the outsides of each others' houses. What's your address?
gaelen asked: Regarding your post about a lack of ability to post comments... Maybe I'm missing something, but I don't see where you have a space for comments either...? I agree with your point though.