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"In A Little While" > Every Other Single From All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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"'Nobody Is Ever Missing' is composed mostly of long, languid sentences that push into the night like headlights. They’re the sign of a writer settling in for a long backcourt game, one who is going to wear you down rather than go in for the kill. Sometimes these sentences lose their way, stall out or end up doubling back on themselves. Just as often, they are improbably beautiful, or simply cool and knowing."

Catherine Lacey’s ‘Nobody Is Ever Missing’ - NYTimes.com

I loved this book so much and am thrilled that it received such a positive review today.

My two favorite books so far this year, ‘Nobody Is Ever Missing’ and Roxane Gay’s ‘An Untamed State’, both follow women (Elyria and Mirelle) who have suddenly left their homes - albeit under  t r e m e n d o u s l y  different circumstances. They’re two women I will not soon forget. Two women who are as deserving of your attention as the writers who created them.

phurlz:

This is my favorite scene of Bob’s Burgers ever.

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This guy vlogging about Diane Warren’s new song (for Paloma Faith) WHILE DRIVING is killing me?

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Some of my favorite tracks from film scores are the openers. The wordless prologues given the honor to open the movie and establish its atmosphere in a matter of seconds. (To be fair, I decided this only minutes ago while listening to The Piano, but after a few minutes I was able to think of a few more.)

So I made a Spotify playlist! One I will try to update regularly! The Essential Openers!

Hahaha this new, like, sexy drama series about the Manhattan Project is simultaneously vvvvvvv upsetting and vvvvvvv hilarious to me. 
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Juliette Lewis.

nickdrake:

Juliette Lewis.

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I’ve spent the past few minutes trying to think of a joke that would work with this snippet as a punchline but couldn’t so here’s the punchline without the joke maybe you can help think of part one.