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“what’s past is prologue”—Bill Shakespeare, The Tempest

/ feb 2010

  1. 02.09.2010 | 4:23 AM EDT

    Out of Office w/ The National Morissey once whined: “We hate it when our friends become successful.” Well, I kinda get the sentiment, but when it comes to The National boys, I defer to pride… What a thrill it’s been to watch the boys rise from empty Brooklyn clubs to sold out Radio City shows. But who’da thought you’d find them…

  2. 02.07.2010 | 4:23 AM EDT

    Blogging: That’s not writing. That’s typing. If we work on the assumption that Truman Capote’s charming reduction of Kerouak’s amphetamine-driven drivel is accurate, then blogging is certainly an easy target for comparable derision. It’s not writing. It’s typing. And as such we shall consider it here…Henry Miller for the Seinfeld set. Calvin & Hobbs garbed as Salinge...

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