Tarantino on Charlie Rose →
Many great film directors, while good at their craft, are not very good at talking. (Ever heard Sean Penn get interviewed? My advice: don’t.) Quentin Tarantino is not one of those directors. He is extremely eloquent and, while he always speaks at a hundred miles per hour, he never fails to make his ideas crystal clear. This is why it’s such a treat to listen to his now-customary...
A trickle of blood [from José Arcadio Buendía’s dead body] came out under...– One Hundred Years of Solitude, Gabriel García Márquez Isn’t magic realism great?
Faux Polaroids are the new HDR¹ →
Sorry. Had to say it. — ¹ A nod to Tony’s phrase “HDR is the new drop shadow.”
Wife: That guy over there went to college with us. Me: Which one? Wife: Over there, the one with the black shirt. Black shirt. This was at a Metallica concert.
talesofaniceberg asked: Yay you're back! I've missed you! Clearly you've been living actual life for the past month. So catch us up. Whatcha been up to?
The whore, who said her name was Sandra, offered me delights unobtainable...– Cat’s Cradle, Kurt Vonnegut Just finished reading Cat’s Cradle a few weeks ago. Loved it. Loved the wry humor. For some reason, as I read it I kept imagining it made into a movie directed by Stanley Kubrick, shot in black and white, with Peter Sellers doing most of the main characters.