Anonymous: Are you a fan of David Foster Wallace?
I’ve only read his nonfiction and essays (I just finished reading Consider the Lobster and Other Essays) and I like them. They are insightful, smart, well written, and humorous. I have not read his fiction but I can safely say I am a fan of his nonfiction.
its silly when established artists come out and say that theres no interesting new music and theres no soul or originality in music any more etc. etc. etc.
it doesn’t seem productive, i dont know who it really helps or why it’s necessary
It’s been a long flight, but the plane is about to land. I breathe a sigh of relief. It’s weird, I’ve never really talked to my fellow passengers but I don’t think I’ll see any of them ever again.
I’m looking forward to stepping off the plane. I’ll smoke a quick cigarette, hang around the city for a bit during the layover, and then get on my next flight to my real destination. Home.
What if I die and I have never loved anyone more than myself? Have I even loved anymore than myself?