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From the NY Times Obituary:

Mr. Vidal was, at the end of his life, an Augustan figure who believed himself to be the last of a breed, and he was probably right. Few American writers have been more versatile or gotten more mileage from their talent

Last of a breed indeed. R.I.P. Mr. Vidal.

I’ve never wished a man dead, but I have read some obituaries with great pleasure.

Mark Twain. The NYT obituary for Osama Bin Laden is seven pages long. (via @pwmorris)

(Source: laphamsquarterly)

Best designer’s invoice ever!

Well, you take a big chance getting up in the morning, crossing the street, or sticking your face in a fan.

Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen)

It’s been dawning on me slowly that for the past 35 years I have been cast against type, and I’m finally getting to do what I really wanted to do.

Leslie Nielsen in 1988

Nielsen died November 28 at the age of 84.

I believe in a country that rewards hard work and responsibility, a country where we look after one other, a country that says I am my brother’s keeper, I am my sister’s keeper, I’m going to give a hand up, join hands with folks and try to lift all of us up so we all have a better future, not just some - but all of us. That’s what I believe. 

Barack Obama, September 30, 2010

Obama still has the chops - the only one who does - to pull America from the Republican mess left to him. While he’s certainly not perfect I pity America if it turns its back on him in November.

Actor Tony Curtis has died. Obit: The New York Times. 


I’m not sure where this came from but if you work in advertising it’s worth the read. Consumer generated content is lazy, quit bothering people and do your job.

By and large talent is in such short supply, mediocrity can be taken for brilliance rather more than genius can go undiscovered.

— Charles Saatchi

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