Posts tagged “humor”

  1. May your favorite diner stay a well-kept secret.

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  2. Written on the painting was a single word. That word was: "John Lennon I have been sent from the future and you must break up the Beatles to prevent the formation of a computer which will murder us all."

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  3. ANTHONY THE GREAT: let's all move to the desert
    there's more God where sand is

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  4. Next time you feel like you've been banging your head against the wall and it's time to give up your dreams and passion projects, do what I do: read a list of famous "late bloomers" to convince yourself that you still have time.

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  5. Should you find, whilst entertaining friends and wearing your finest frock at a public assembly or a private ball, that you are suddenly disrupted, surrounded and confronted by a wash (rabble?) of those most unbecoming, debased, and uncouth of guests, the Undead, I am in hopes that the following will help you assess what is the proper way to respond, in a manner befitting ladies and gentlemen.

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  6. Redwall: Live!

    A great actor reads aloud from Brian Jacques’ Redwall series in front of a crackling fire. (They do all the voices really well.)

    Interesting Bookstores

    In-depth profiles of small-town independent bookstores across the world, including interviews with the owners, patrons, and any cats-in-residence.

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  7. “Santa Baby, Thanks for Not Evaluating Me Based on How Many Fellas I’ve Kissed”

    “Mary, Did You Know That You Have 12 Months of Paid Family Leave?”

    “O Little Town of Bethlehem, How Many and Affordable Are Thy Health Care Choices for Women”

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  8. That one chapter would be a lot better if you included that obscure quote from Virginia Woolf that you don’t quite remember. Re-read all of Virginia Woolf’s diaries.

    Netflix.

    Have you called your mother recently? Now would be a good time to properly consider doing that, and then to also not do that.

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  9. You’re probably wondering how I got this body working in accounting, right? It’s a very common question, no need to be embarrassed.

    Let me tell you about my standing desk.

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  10. Follower of Jesus Christ of Nazareth.

    Kneeling at the foot of Calvary.

    Passionate about social justice and social media || Disgusting sinner saved by grace alone

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  11. Karl Ove Knausgaard is a Norwegian writer who recently traveled the United States and chronicled his experiences for The New York Times Magazine in a series called “My Saga.” Collected here are excerpts redacted from the final series to make word count and, as one editor proposed, avoid “excessive existentialism.”

    The Grand Canyon

    “Photographs and description failed to prepare me for the canyon’s unimpeachable vastness. In

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