Gravity’s Rainbow

I just cracked open “Gravity’s Rainbow” by Thomas Pynchon.  It’s proven a little slow to get into, but that man can sure stretch out a sentence.  He has entire paragraphs (and not little pansy paragraphs either) that contain a solitary sentence.  Ever play that writing game where you pass around a paper on which everyone […]

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A Day in the Life

They’ve started filming for the next Batman movie and apparently some of Chicago’s buildings are now sporting the name Gotham.  Paige and I went off on a rainy nighttime walk in search of such buildings.  Though we were unsuccessful in our quest to find the magical land of Batman, we came away with some nice […]

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Classic Teri

Delilah was on the radio at work while I was talking with a manager. Woman on Radio: “I want to dedicate this song to my husband… he really is the best husband in the world.” (And then she begins to rattle off all these things he’s been doing lately.) Manager: [laughs] “But he’s probably cheating on her.” Me: “The ‘best […]

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