If I don’t work here it’s not worth living.
— Lily
You never grow up.
— Helen
How do you handcuff a one handed man?
— Akshay out of nowhere
It’s parents who grew up on the old one who’ll be struck by how this show, which once taught them to find wonder amid the grime, now promises kids that they can uncover dirt in a sanitary, upscaled paradise. As Mucko Polo sings: “You have to go find it now/It won’t come to you!”
— James Poniewozik, “Review: HBO’s ‘Sesame Street,’ Fancy but Not Free,” The New York Times
True Wit is Nature to advantage dress’d.
What oft was thought, but ne'er so well express’d.
— Sidney from Alexander Pope
Even classical composers like Philip Glass, who based two symphonies on Mr. Bowie’s albums “Low” and “Heroes.”
— “David Bowie Dies at 69,″ The New York Times
They’re all about nothing, but they’re all fun to listen to. Why would they be fun to listen to? I don’t know.
— Leonard Bernstein, Leonard Bernstein’s Young People’s Concerts for reading and listening
— start to a tonal happy birthday that sounded like 2001: A Space Odyssey
One… Two… Three…
— Lily
— Melody
Date night?
— Elise Rise at Umami Burger
Cholly Knickerbocker
— RD (?)
Mother’s day table.
— Goal for a book
Well isn’t that special.
— Super over eager and humorous male flight attendant upon a hard landing.
Did you ever sit on your testicles?
— Jack
Course it was.
— Samuel L. on horseshit, The Hateful Eight
Hey my car! Hey my keys!
— Jon, Jon the Egg Boy
Clip forgotten finger
— note
Music by Howard Shore
— Spotlight
Most of what was paradoxical in the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright came from the same tension in relation to the nature that inspired his work to begin with. For it was not an easy project to emulate the high level of aesthetic organization in nature or to seek through geometric abstraction a reconstitution, or analogue, of the landscape.
— Donald Hoffmann, Understanding Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architecture