Ernest Hemingway (fishing, hunting, Midnight in Paris)
Sylvia Plath (death, oven, daddy)
J.D. Salinger (old, recent, white people problems)
Franz Kafka (art, child, for president)
George Orwell (cctv, big brother, lived here)
John Cheever (young, short stories, gay)
Anthony Burgess (is America falling apart, wife assaulted)
Mark Twain (national forest, pipe, Tom Sawyer)
Anne Sexton (death, model, and Sylvia Plath)
Dorothy Parker (gin)
Hunter S. Thompson (Johnny Depp, gonzo, wallpaper, funeral)
Ayn Rand (Jesus, valentine, funeral)
William S. Burroughs (junky, gun, danger)
Ken Kesey (bus, magic bus, acid tests)
Ezra Pound (poetry, cake, mugshot)
Mikhail Bulgakov (morphine, and Stalin)
Yukio Mishima (body, severed head, patriotism)
Martin Amis (money, teeth, invasion of the space invaders)
Orson Scott Card (empire, piggies, treason)
Gertrude Stein (Picasso, and Hemingway, and Alice B. Toklas)
J.K. Rowling (new book, hot, and family)
Jonathan Franzen (glasses, girlfriend, time)
Bret Easton Ellis (Twitter, boyfriend, brat pack)
Salman Rushdie (girlfriend, fatwa, wives)
Kingsley Amis (beach, hangover)
The most searched for restaurants on this Valentine’s Day night is The Olive Garden, followed closely by Outback Steakhouse.
…New Yorkers really are different from the rest of the country, aren’t they?
” … the truth is, we still live in a country where there are two different Americas… [applause] one, for all of those people who have lived the American dream and don’t have to worry, and another for most Americans, everybody else who struggle to make ends meet every single day. It doesn’t have to be that way…”
I’m pretty excited about this. You know, because I am a nerd.
Fun With Google Instant of the Day: Taking a page from the book of Mr. Joe Sabia (a gripping read for sure!), Urlesque’s Jason Newman speedruns through Google Instant to the tune of Billy Joel’s classic arson-denying anthem “We Didn’t Start the Fire.”
TROUBLE IN THE SUEZ!
"The founders of Facebook aren’t the only game-changing geeks poised to have their story told on a movie screen. Michael London’s Groundswell Productions has teamed with producer John Morris to acquire movie rights to the Ken Auletta book Googled: The End of the World As We Know it."