IJ is the top of my list-
Infinite Jest, the definitive post modern novel.
Bret Easton Ellis
Clippy: Pretentious and and blatantly so in its lack of
sincerity. What about Vonnegut everyone loves Vonnegut.
Vonnegut (Assuming you understand "Everything was beautiful and
nothing hurt," trumps "So it goes.")
Clippy: Urg. You trashed the only literary quote people
know. Congrats. What about movies?
Clippy: Oh thank God. I figured you'd reach for Godard or
I feel like watching science triumph over a forgotten god set a
tone for how I'd come to view the world later in life. The notion
that things, no matter how strange or perilous are comprehensible,
but our lives still require us to take risks when handling
Clippy: TV? You have one?!
The Wire, Breaking Bad,
Moral Orel season 3
Clippy: What? Even Tim Burton abandoned morose claymation.
Should I just autocomplete "you probably haven't heard of it," for
I like a lot of cross genre stuff. Mary Prankster, The Real Tuesday
Weld, Alabama 3, most recently The Baseballs.
Clippy: So that's a yes?
When it comes to food Chris Bianco put it best, " You fuckin' fill
in the blank, I love it."
Clippy: It's been awhile since you last saved your document.
We could both pretend this never happened...