PAGE 45 IS A FUCKING ILLUSTRATION FUCK YOU PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
“alberto fairen is an astrobiologist searching for life beyond our planet”
[enterprising young men plays in the distance]
“Listen, I don’t want to pry,” Quentin said, “but I’m assuming you have some secret magical way of dealing with the negative health effects of all those cigarettes.”
One of the main hypotheses we employ in this chapter is that most people are risk averse; that is they would prefer receiving a certain income of I to receiving a random income with expected value I.
It was a little too real
Oh lover, I’ll cover you.
(The book was my RENT songbook).
“There are romance paperbacks stacked up on either side of the skull, along with an old issue of Playboy from the ’70s, with Bo Derek on the cover, and a long strip of scarlet ribbon.”
…I’ll take that.
“With a weak-looking Line of Mentality it is a sure sign of a craving for drink and intemperance of all kinds, and at the point where it breaks through the line of life, it generally indicates death brought on by the intemperance this mark foreshadows.”
It was that old palmistry book I picked up yesterday, did I mention the old palmistry book is kind of brutal? I am going to die of an overdose…
“And then I would think about the man who went into Horror House with his arm around Linda Gray and wearing two shirts - the man with the bird on his hand and a straight razor in his pocket.”
From “Joyland” by Stephen King.
“His body pressed hers against the wall, the metal of the mirror cold against her back, his hands sliding around her waist, up under her sweater.”
City of Fallen Angels - Cassandra Clare
Hmm, I don’t know if this is maybe what my life is going to be at some time? Because it certainly isn’t like that now. I can say I will look forward to a time when this is true.
“Jane says, ‘Look, people are going to make fun of it? Abso-freakin’-lutely.’”
From “Will Grayson, Will Grayson” by John Green and David Levithan
“The words are purposes.”
A line from Adrienne Rich’s poem, “Diving into the Wreck” as a component of the epigraph to Part Two of WILD by Cheryl Strayed.