Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

You'll Never Believe What This Generation's Equivalent To The Market Square Of The Middle Ages Is

"When we write, we fashion pieces of ourselves into our writing. Some words stay with those who read them forever, and that is what I have always loved about reading and writing. We have the opportunity to see places we have never been, and meet people who died long before we were born. The magic lies within the recognition of emotions we also feel, thoughts we agree with, even across hundreds of years. We are all human, and we are writing to assess this uncanny experience."

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I was going to post this long comment on how, having read this, the apotheosis of Thought Catalog pieces, I will never have to read another Thought Catalog piece ever again but really just UGGGGHHHHHHGHGHGHGH. OK, thanks.

Mr. B (#10,093)

Does this mean it's OK to make fun of Tao Lin again?

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