“This the oldest story this the finest tale
Our time, our question awaits
Will we seize it
Can we catch it, our reel to reel
My only chance at this
I will take hold of it
This glorious day the earth is shaking hallelujah
And I will join the unending hymn hallelujah
No matter no matter no matter what”
I’m late to the party, but THIS MOVIE IS INCREDIBLE
“I underestimated you, Becky.”
Morning Glory is a romantic comedy in which the romance is between a woman and her job. Obviously I cried.
This is the Hour of Lead —
Remembered, if outlived,
As Freezing persons, recollect the Snow—
First—Chill—then Stupor—then the letting go—
Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains). I wish I played keyboard in their band.
Catching up on Community
"V: Young-adult fiction and literature seems to be having quite a moment now. Sales are way up, adults seem to be really into Suzanne Collins’s Hunger Games or, of course, Harry Potter, Twilight. Adults seem to be very hungry for —
NG: Things with stories.
V: You just answered my question. Where is that coming from?
NG: I think it’s just things with stories: Things with stories became incredibly unfashionable for kids. There was a point in the eighties and nineties when young-adult literature was being driven by the opinions of some teachers and some librarians, who were of the opinion that young-adult literature should be wholesome and informative and nutritious, like stone-ground wheat or whatever."
I know, I’m late on this, but I died.