Jim Morrison: Getting drunk…you’re in complete control up to a point. It’s your choice, every time you take a sip. You have a lot of small choices. It’s like…I guess it’s the difference between suicide and slow capitulation…
Jerry Hopkins: What’s that mean?
Morrison: I don’t … view
Plenty of people are from Northbridge, Massachusetts. I was an implant. But the important things happened there the first kiss, the first hangover, and all the other romantic notions of what it means to grow up. I moved there when I was twelve years old from a larger town not … view
Hester L. Furey
In his little book How to Re-imagine the World (Gabriola Island, BC: New Society Publishers, 2007), Anthony Weston urges readers to make a model of “weeds”; he says, “Aim for changes (new patterns, practices, institutions)that are as hardy as possible and that insistently re-emerge on their own. … view
Back before soup was invented — yes there was such a time, and people were living right here in DeKalb County, Georgia — they had spears and shelters, sex and conversation. They had no soup because they had no bowls, pots, or pans to cook in.
I’ve eaten … view
In the beginning was the Phoneme, and the Phoneme was with a sort of nasal accent, and the Phoneme was either /p/ or /b/ but could have been a /th/. It’s hard to say for sure because that was way back at the beginning and the Phoneme was … view