Thursday, June 29, 2006

Woody Allen's written a short piece for The New Yorker:
The point here is that in life one is entitled to a side dish of either coleslaw or potato salad, and the choice must be made in terror, with the knowledge that not only is our time on earth limited but most kitchens close at ten.
The New Yorker: Thus Ate Zarathustra

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