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On the left we have Walter Benjamin, the German cultural/literary critic and one of the most vital thinkers of the 20th century, whose writings remain relevant to this day. On the right we have Paul F. Tompkins the hilarious comic, actor & writer who’s an absolute pillar of the alternative comedy scene over the last 20 years.
If Mr. Tompkins does not at least get a call when they finally make a literary biopic of Mr. Benjamin there is no justice in the world.
After divorcing her first husband Martha Stewart had a brief relationship with Sir Anthony Hopkins. The relationship reportedly ended after Stewart saw TheSilence of the Lambs, she stated she was unable to avoid associating Hopkins with the character of Hannibal Lector.
If I’m going to be dumped at least let it be due to my immense skill as an actor.
Brilliant. If I actually had disposable income I’d consider investing in this.
On the one hand it just makes so much sense, why has no one ever thought of this before. On the other, I do wonder how often people would actually use this as designed…at least the serving plate function. I feel the half-box storage thing would go over extremely well and become crazy popular.
Specialization is also crucial, both for credibility’s sake and to avoid invading neighboring fiefdoms, and today’s creative-writing department specializes in sensory and biographical memory. The safest material is that which the philosophers and economists and sociologists have no claim on, such as how icicles broken from church eaves on winter afternoons taste of asphalt.
As an MFA veteran I couldn’t help but laugh at this. All too true.