On Potato Salad And Doing The Nasty

By Hazlitt

“There is no other way of moving! If until now you were used to moving along roads and sidewalks, forget it! From now on we all walk through walls!

Let him keep the money and the potato salad.

“The heart of selfie photography in historic sites is perhaps personal imagination; it is less what we look like—and what a historical site “really means”—than it is about what we imagine we look like and what a historical site means.” Historical sites like, say, Auschwitz.

Photos of people lying in their own trash.

Doing the nasty in the way, way, way pasty.

Finally, Alec Baldwin and Rob Ford in the same sentence.

One more way for you to talk about The Goldfinch. 

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