Found in a copy of The Road by Cormac McCarthy.
Very possible Book of the Year, y’all.
That’s not “clouds,” you American Apparel morons. That’s the iconic photo of the 1986 Challenger explosion — in which 7 people lost their lives — superimposed over a red background.
Stick to softcore, guys.
"No, this is like, ok, I mean, I was a buyer? Right? So this just like, not… this is, something’s really… this is not. Ok?”
When HuffPo puts up the same (extremely unimportant) story twice in a row, I swear it’s like a warm blanket to me.
The one thing that drives me nuts about this show is all the snappy banter. I understand that they have to make the show interesting, but if a guard came in and saw that you had smeared food on the wall, they would have thrown a bucket and scrubber in and not fed you again until you cleaned that shit up. They certainly wouldn’t have allowed you to talk about the food on the wall, or wait for you to give this quirky explanation. This is like a scene from Blossom or something, where the guard is playing the exasperated Dad character. It’s like, “Oh, Piper! What wacky antics have you gotten into now?” — An Ex-Con Reviews “Orange Is The New Black” - Arts Desk
Brooklyn Public Library at Grand a Army Plaza has a big stitched portrait of Hope Davis.