I suggest that largish blank spaces be left where passages are cut out. Then the excisions can be manifolded (not carbon copies, but another process by typewritter on good paper, and if necessary I will paste them in myself.
— Ezra Pound to Harriet Weaver on scheme to get around sensors via James Joyce: Revised Edition
Trump uses a really unfortunate phrase while hailing progress with China.
Washington Post headline on Trump's tweet: "Relations with China have taken a BIG leap forward!"
Does this place have a mascot yet?
— Lily on The Center For Book Arts
I thought you're not allowed to have pet ducks in New York?
— Lily on a group of drunk girls
I think sculpture is going to be replaced by computers too. Oh wait, we don't need 'em.
— Lily
As we get older, that car becomes cool.
— Dale Earnhardt Jr., "Joe Rogan Experience #1196 - Dale Earnhardt Jr."
As a kind of product version of clickbait. After all, what is the experience of clickbait other than realizing we have vastly overpaid, even if only with our attnetion? News, information and products are simply someone's inventory.
— Jenny Odell, "A Business With No End," The New York Times
At the age of 21, Joyce found he could become an artist by writing about the process of becoming an artist. His life legitimized his portrait by supplying the sitter while the portrait vindicated the sitter by its evident admiration for him.
— Richard Ellmann, James Joyce: Revised Edition
We all had to wear these special pijamas with no pockets so we couldn't steal anything.
— Bill Whitaker, 60 Minutes
What time were you born?
— Justin J Wee before reading my Cafe Astrology birth chart
It seems that the presidency just sort of happened to Truman.
— Eli*
Good morning Bob.
— Waitress at First Watch who convinved me to get the "Morning Meditation" which I spilled
Like a number two pencil.
— Pete on how small the tubes in commerical toilet paper are
It's meaningless even in Chinese.
— Max translating something Taylor's mom bought in China
Incessant joining of event and composition...It's events are becoming artistic sources even as they comand his present attention. Instead of allowing each day, pushed back by the next, to lapse into imprecise memory, he shapes again the experiences which have shaped him... In turn, the process of reshaping experience becoems a part of his life, another of its recurrent events, like rising or sleeping.
— Richard Ellmann, James Joyce: Revised Edition
Did you get it where they just know what you want?... pretty good.
— Guy who thought I hadn't ordered at breakfast sandiwch cart
Real rappers is hard to find, like a remote...
— Common, "Get Em High"
Not that documentation has not great dignity and value; it has; and as good 'poetry' can be extracted from it as from living itself: but the documentation is not of itself either poetry or music and it is not, of itself, of any value equivalent to theirs. So that, if you share the naturalist's regard for the 'real,' but have this regard for it on a plane which your mind brings it level in value at least to music and poetry, which in turn you value as highly as anything on earth, it is important that your representation of 'reality' does not sag into, or become one with, naturalism; and in so far as it does, you have sinned.
— James Agee, Let Us Now Praise Famous Men
Suggesting that prosecutors had inadvertently pasted text from a similar court filing into the wrong document and then filed it.
— Charlie Savage, Adam Goldman and Michael S. Schmidt, "Assange Is Secretly Charged in U.S., Prosecutors Mistakenly Reveal," The New York Times
No composite images.
— Slide*