(via HORN! REVIEWS: Misadventure) by Kevin Thomas.
Since she gave up college during her junior year, she has always been an administrative assistant, and she probably doesn’t ever imagine a down-the-road career switch or return to school, unless it’s something more personally rewarding and Fun like photography or ceramics, so administrative assisting is where it’s at, for Lucy, and there’s a whole culture of mining humor from the absurdity of the contemporary workplace, but for Lucy it boils down to seeing to what extent she can get away with checking her email or reading blogs and tumblrs without it being a privilege that has to be taken away from her, as it was at her last job three years ago and which is why she left for a different company. — Nicholas Grider, Misadventure
I have my own Google. It’s called ‘books’ and shit. — Greg Proops
#FridayReads, Upper Respiratory Virus Edition: Misadventure by Nicholas Grider, Gay Propaganda edited by Masha Gessen and Joseph Huff-Hannon, some soothing magazines, and the label on a bottle of Fernet-Branca. Not pictured: a stomachful of ibuprofen.
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That episode of Sliders where the world is exactly the same except Woody Allen got hit by a bus right after Hannah and Her Sisters.
HORN! REVIEWS: The Goldfinch by Kevin Thomas
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