Museum drone in Washington, DC. The artist formerly known as "Princess Sparkle Pony."
Awl comment threads tend to be good, smart, short. When I see articles on the Huffington Post (for instance) and see that there are 5,000 comments, I just wonder what is the point?
J. G. Ballard: "If I'm not surrounded by enough brand names, I start to feel unloved."
Awww, that poor dog has a terrible case of mange. How can that not be obvious to anybody who views this?
And the moral of this story is: Don't have a cow, man.
Sometimes I look at the "street style" things at the LA Times, and it's always really, really comically terrible. Ordinary people in Southern California dress so badly it's baffling. And I live in Washington, DC, and I'm saying this!
"Work has begun on a new generation of USB that will break compatibility with existing connectors in order to
improve ease of use and allow for thinner devices force people to buy a whole bunch of shit they already have."
This is all so shocking I don't know WHAT I believe anymore.
Hmmm... I think it seems a little patronizing? Like, I would offer my seat if the "little person" had mobility issues or some kind of handicap, or was pregnant, but I don't see being a little person in and of itself being a handicap.
Unfortunately, She's gotten a little nutty. Isn't she into that whole "morgellons" fake disease/conspiracy thing?
I worked with David Soul in a professional capacity once. He was very friendly, but... well, there was something off about him. He also did that great thing when he first called me, introducing himself as "David Soul... the actor. You may remember me from blah blah blah." It was hilarious. It was also awkward, though, because I knew this particular project was totally doomed, but couldn't say anything.
But like I said: he's nice! That's got to count for something.