Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-11-27

  • RT @parisreview: A writer takes earnest measures to secure his solitude and then finds endless ways to squander it. -Don DeLillo #
  • "…ideological inconsistency is, for me, practically an article of faith." –Zadie Smith #
  • David Brooks on the importance of the emotional education that comes from art: http://s.nyt.com/u/Csa #

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-11-20

  • "..the promise is of infinite knowledge but what’s delivered is infinite information, and the two are hardly the same." http://bit.ly/1ivcM9 #
  • Excellent suggestion from @lmcintire for a late dinner after missing Sushi Zone by one minute: Chow. Had forgotten it after years away. in reply to lmcintire #
  • Wait, you want to replay the match, but if a similar call had affected its outcome in your favor you wouldn't want to? #

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-11-06

  • "I support children wearing helmets on their bicycles—there's just a certain nostalgia for when they didn't. When we didn't." #
  • Gold isn't a safe investment; it's a bubble: http://bit.ly/3Rhjni #
  • "Note to Joe West: home plate is the white thing in the ground in front of the catcher. It is 17 inches wide." http://bit.ly/1QFkyY #
  • Huge cheers for Pettitte—awesome! #
  • Now begin five months of waiting for baseball season to start again. #WhatIDoInWinter #
  • Greenspan suggested that housing collapse was supply and demand. To solve, he said, govt should buy and burn houses. #TooBigToFail #
  • Parade! http://www.myfoxny.com #