New York Times: What’s the best thing about writing a book?
Jonathan Franzen: The meaning it temporarily lends to my existence.
New York Times: The hardest or least enjoyable part?
Jonathan Franzen: The years of doubting whether I actually have another story to tell.
I’m a filmmaker and an Eagle Scout. This is my message to the Boy Scouts in regards the ban on homosexual members.
Todd Bieber has something to say and you should listen. The Filmmaking merit badge kind of looks like the UCB logo no?
I was really into wordless comics…
His widdle smile!
Who wants poodles when you could have FLUFFY FERRETS OF GREAT STRENGTH
This guy stole my friend’s phone does anyone know him? Here is what she had to write about it.
“Guys, THIS KID STOLE MY PHONE FROM BETA AT WESLEYAN THIS SATURDAY. He just uploaded this picture of himself and it came up on my icould. Does anyone recognize him? He was hanging out with me when I realized my phone was gone AND HE PRETENDED TO HELP ME LOOK FOR IT. It looks to me like a might be in high school from the background. HELP ME FIND OUT WHO THIS A HOLE IS.”
Let’s pass this around and help my friend Molly out.
There’s nothing wrong with masturbation. But this book tells you to jack off while you read it, to specific situations like a teacher being proud of you, or doing well at work. And you can’t just crank it a little and turn the page. You have to finish the job. To every single page of the book. Read the “Click To Look Inside!” to see what I’m talking about.
(By the way, this is not the first product I’ve written about where I’m 99% sure the creator thought of the title first.)