The conspicuously well dressed man is not a well dressed man at all, but merely...– Fashion, August 1899 (via putthison) My new goal. It’ll take a while.
Neil Gaiman: On Writing. (A bit long. Sorry.) →
neil-gaiman: I got up this morning, and read the thirty or so questions that people had left in the last 8 hours. And apart from the few that wanted to tell me that, honestly, there’s nothing in the whole world like a photo of a gentleman holding a small yellow chainsaw, most of the rest of them were writing…
Hooray for pals! →
Doubt, Lady, is the chastity of the mind, and I bear its seal upon my own.– Zelanzny
More on Planned Parenthood, abortion by the wholesale.– Rep. John Fleming (R-La.) on his Facebook wall, linking to a fake story in The Onion about an $8 billion “Abortionplex.” He deleted the post.
Why not? →
She was dazzled by his goodness, which everyone saw as the main trait, the most...– Kundera (incidentally, why do I always relate to the women in these things? Also, “great artillery shells of goodness” is amazing. Also, Kundera, your writing has shaped my thoughts to the point I believe I think in your prose, or wish I did.)