Ins & Outs for October 2010

Vegas Abu Dhabi
Jonathan Franzen Philip Roth
Queen Noor of Jordan Sheikha Mohzah Bint Nasser Al Missned of Qatar
psychiatry exorcism
Pharmaceuticals for medicine Pharmaceuticals for fun
The Office Outsourced
Paul Theroux Sir V.S. Naipaul
The human race Extraterrestrials
Brazil India
India China
Vladimir Putin Saddam Hussein
All arts education that is not self-education Math, math, math
Prince William the Bald Prince Harry the Hairy
Robin Hood and historical film Mysticism in film
exploding Iceland exploding Ireland
Facebook Dropping fake Facebook friends
Fake Facebook friends Fake real friends
Admiring 200 Facebook friends Pitying 200 Facebook friends
Going out Staying in
Movie theatres Movie piracy
Manet, Monet, and cliché Banksy
Al Qaeda Red Army Faction
Bad useless thing to study: art history Good useless thing to study: history
Records, not even as fetish iPod only
iPad Laptop
Sushi Thai food
Designer Breeds Rescue Animals
Alluding to your money Keeping your trap shut
Reading only the Classics Adding Kitty Kelley, royals books + mags
Details GQ
GQ Esquire
Vogue US Details
Not reading Vanity Fair Reading Vanity Fair
Fur, with no exceptions ever, ever, ever Ski suits, hi-tech fibres
The music industry Lady Gaga
The year 2010 for entertainment product 2011?
Madonna Always forgiving Madonna
Obama Hillary Clinton

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3 Responses to “Ins & Outs for October 2010”

  1. Tim Van Huss says:

    All right. At some point I am sure you are going to reveal yourself as some sort of writing celebrity that has been toying with me. I don’t know anyone in my circle of friends who could write this witty disertation. Of my limited reading in general, maybe 1-1000 would be whip-smart enough to come up with this. So, go ahead, you are getting ready to make a fool of me. Make your move so I can go back to my simple world and you will be getting some kind of award.

  2. Fatman says:

    Out: Esquire / In: Waste paper
    Out: Print / In: E-books

  3. Liz says:

    I love “Fake Facebook friends” and “Fake real friends”. Patent that. Brilliant. It’s so, like, today’s world….

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