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Wednesday

The face of insanity after realizing exactly how much work I have to do by July 31st. #hidinginofficealert #writersblock #selfie
Note: No I’m not getting fat, my lymph nodes really are that swollen. Fun. Times.

The face of insanity after realizing exactly how much work I have to do by July 31st. #hidinginofficealert #writersblock #selfie

Note: No I’m not getting fat, my lymph nodes really are that swollen. Fun. Times.

In which we express Lynch-related envy.

In which we express Lynch-related envy.

Kafka’s Joke Book | McSweeney's

I kinda loved Don Jon (spoiler alert)

Antidote 3: in lieu of sex, a movie about sex

It’s entirely possible that I’ve lost my mind but in the spirit of generosity, I stand behind this opinion: Don Jon was a good bad movie. 

Promising writing & directorial debut by the JGL and a pace that captures the sort of frenetic pseudo-intimate nature of the love and sex that defines his generation. He also pulls off a convincing performance as a Jersey boy so mad props for doing it all so well. 

Initially I wanted to say that Julianne Moore stole the show (she kinda did) but I don’t think she did anything remarkable other than portray a character fashioned as nothing more than… Julianne Moore. 

This is ridiculous, I know. By writing this I’m increasing the amount of time I’ve invested in Don Jon and it’s uncalled for. I know, I know. 

I think the reason I kinda loved Don Jon has nothing to do with any of the above, really. It ends with the line ‘we’re just fuckin’ lost… together’. And that’s enough for me to put it in the ranks of a good bad movie. 

Antidote 2: travel / beach trip planning with mum.

Antidote 2: travel / beach trip planning with mum.

Antidote 1: books / I am sick of my own voice so it’s now contemporary fiction week, 2/3 Canadian women. Fun.

Antidote 1: books / I am sick of my own voice so it’s now contemporary fiction week, 2/3 Canadian women. Fun.

While we are looking for the antidote or the medicine to cure us, that is, the ‘new’, which can only be found by plunging deep into the Unknown, we have to go on exploring sex, books, and travel, although we know that they lead us to the abyss, which, as it happens, is the only place where the antidote can be found.
– Roberto Bolaño (via observando)

(via fuckyeahexistentialism)

Silence is so accurate.
Mark Rothko (1903-1970, Russia/USA)

(Source: artchipel, via fuckyeahexistentialism)

I’m out of words, it isn’t funny anymore

For the first time in a very long time I have nothing to say and I’m saying it. 

Out of office alert, continued.

Out of office alert, continued.

When the Body Says No - Dr. Gabor Maté

Yeah, yeah, yeah, fine. I’m digging it out of storage today. 

#outofofficealert

This! is! what! democracy… I mean ‘bed rest’ looks like. #notinteresting

This! is! what! democracy… I mean ‘bed rest’ looks like. #notinteresting

Wednesday

Wednesday

Wednesday

The face of insanity after realizing exactly how much work I have to do by July 31st. #hidinginofficealert #writersblock #selfie
Note: No I’m not getting fat, my lymph nodes really are that swollen. Fun. Times.

The face of insanity after realizing exactly how much work I have to do by July 31st. #hidinginofficealert #writersblock #selfie

Note: No I’m not getting fat, my lymph nodes really are that swollen. Fun. Times.

In which we express Lynch-related envy.

In which we express Lynch-related envy.

Kafka’s Joke Book | McSweeney's

I kinda loved Don Jon (spoiler alert)

Antidote 3: in lieu of sex, a movie about sex

It’s entirely possible that I’ve lost my mind but in the spirit of generosity, I stand behind this opinion: Don Jon was a good bad movie. 

Promising writing & directorial debut by the JGL and a pace that captures the sort of frenetic pseudo-intimate nature of the love and sex that defines his generation. He also pulls off a convincing performance as a Jersey boy so mad props for doing it all so well. 

Initially I wanted to say that Julianne Moore stole the show (she kinda did) but I don’t think she did anything remarkable other than portray a character fashioned as nothing more than… Julianne Moore. 

This is ridiculous, I know. By writing this I’m increasing the amount of time I’ve invested in Don Jon and it’s uncalled for. I know, I know. 

I think the reason I kinda loved Don Jon has nothing to do with any of the above, really. It ends with the line ‘we’re just fuckin’ lost… together’. And that’s enough for me to put it in the ranks of a good bad movie. 

Antidote 2: travel / beach trip planning with mum.

Antidote 2: travel / beach trip planning with mum.

Antidote 1: books / I am sick of my own voice so it’s now contemporary fiction week, 2/3 Canadian women. Fun.

Antidote 1: books / I am sick of my own voice so it’s now contemporary fiction week, 2/3 Canadian women. Fun.

While we are looking for the antidote or the medicine to cure us, that is, the ‘new’, which can only be found by plunging deep into the Unknown, we have to go on exploring sex, books, and travel, although we know that they lead us to the abyss, which, as it happens, is the only place where the antidote can be found.
– Roberto Bolaño (via observando)

(via fuckyeahexistentialism)

Silence is so accurate.
Mark Rothko (1903-1970, Russia/USA)

(Source: artchipel, via fuckyeahexistentialism)

I’m out of words, it isn’t funny anymore

For the first time in a very long time I have nothing to say and I’m saying it. 

Out of office alert, continued.

Out of office alert, continued.

When the Body Says No - Dr. Gabor Maté

Yeah, yeah, yeah, fine. I’m digging it out of storage today. 

#outofofficealert

This! is! what! democracy… I mean ‘bed rest’ looks like. #notinteresting

This! is! what! democracy… I mean ‘bed rest’ looks like. #notinteresting

I kinda loved Don Jon (spoiler alert)
"While we are looking for the antidote or the medicine to cure us, that is, the ‘new’, which can only be found by plunging deep into the Unknown, we have to go on exploring sex, books, and travel, although we know that they lead us to the abyss, which, as it happens, is the only place where the antidote can be found."
"Silence is so accurate."
I’m out of words, it isn’t funny anymore

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Observation Miscellany by
Amelia M. Egan