December 11, 2013

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December 21, 2012

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October 18, 2012

wolfcola:

but seriously the only way this could be any better is if he was wearing a fedora

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September 17, 2012

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April 11, 2012

My inaugural music post with one of my favorite songs.

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April 1, 2012

matthew:

A [too] brief weekend in the Catskills.

So sad to have left it so soon.

March 23, 2012
wwnorton:

In 1968, Patricia Highsmith (pictured) gave her beloved cat Spider to fellow writer Muriel Spark. Of the cat, Spark is quoted in The Talented Miss Highsmith as saying: 

“He was the most wonderful cat: black—perhaps partly Siamese—with enormous green eyes. And very intelligent. You could tell he had been a writer’s cat. He would sit by me, seriously, as I wrote, while all my other cats filtered away.”

I imagine the same could be said of Emma Straub’s cats.

wwnorton:

In 1968, Patricia Highsmith (pictured) gave her beloved cat Spider to fellow writer Muriel Spark. Of the cat, Spark is quoted in The Talented Miss Highsmith as saying: 

“He was the most wonderful cat: black—perhaps partly Siamese—with enormous green eyes. And very intelligent. You could tell he had been a writer’s cat. He would sit by me, seriously, as I wrote, while all my other cats filtered away.”

I imagine the same could be said of Emma Straub’s cats.

March 20, 2012

scottishgentleman:

The Peacock Spider is definitely the most interesting, he waves his legs for attention from females and produces “plumage” from his abdomen to attract a mate.

If only it was that simple for me.

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March 6, 2012

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February 27, 2012
An ominous Matt at Kajitsu on Friday.

An ominous Matt at Kajitsu on Friday.