This is a cool art exhibit of a room built out of books.
I am a huge Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm fan. This Larry David interview takes place somewhere in the 90s while he was still working on Seinfeld and it is really funny.
Larry David: That’s amazing, isn’t it? I’ve led this empty life for over forty
years and now I can pass that heritage on and ensure that the misery will
continue for at least one more generation.
LF: Since success means so little to you, can we assume your Emmy is just
gathering dust in the basement?
Larry David: Actually I walk around with the Emmy wherever I go, but I’m very
casual about it. I also like to work it into the conversation whenever I
can like, “Oh, I remember that game, it was two days after the Emmys.”
Or “I’m sorry I can’t go out tonight. I dropped my Emmy on my foot.”
LF: Let’s move on. You won your Emmy for your story about masturbation,
“The Contest.” That’s not a topic usually dealt with on TV, much less in
a sitcom. Why did you decide it would be appropriate for “Seinfeld?”
Larry David: You write about what you know.
This atlas is terrific. I love old atlases and this one doesn’t disappoint.
with descriptive letter-press by the Rev. Thomas Milner, M.A., F.R.G.S
published in London in 1850 by Wm. S. Orr and Co.
This actually might be worth 20 bucks.
(via Robot Filter)
Complete with sarcastic remarks.
I’m interested in them partly because they’re just funny. A cartoonish picture of a stick-figure person falling off of a ladder is just plain humorous.
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