NASA is Funny and Profiling Poet Patricia Lockwood

By Hazlitt

Whither visual comedy?

Aug(De)Mented Reality

She’s Very Close To Being In Our Class But Isn’t Quite And That’s Terrible, An Unsuccessful Trip To The Sea-Side, Fraught Seating Arrangements, and other great English novels.

Our solar system isn’t bad or anything–it’s ok. I mean, sure, what if we gave it the LX package?

“A nice byproduct of never going to college is that I’m never embarrassed about not knowing something. I’m missing such large areas. If you looked at my brain, it would be like those taxi drivers who have one huge lobe that just contains directions, except for me it would be metaphors.” The New York Times Magazine profiles Patricia Lockwood, whose new book of poetry, Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals, is out this week.

NASA’s got jokes.

Congratulations, you ruined Rob Ford’s birthday by paying attention to Rob Ford’s birthday.

Synth-playing otters are sports.

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