It Is No Longer Necessary To Write Novels
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I THINK IT WAS Jorge Luis Borges who said that it was no longer necessary to write novels; it was sufficient to write the review of the novel. I say it’s no longer necessary to write novels; you may just write the first line.
I woke up, smelled the coffee, then lay in bed for three hours.
Using my phone, I took a picture of my camera.
I know who I am, but I don’t know whom I am.
I am the outgoing president of the Extroverts Association.
I’m allergic to alcohol: every time I drink it, I get lightheaded and befuddled.
I listen to the still small voice mail.
I live in a mobile home: my body.
My narcissism is much more extreme than yours.
God is love, but love is not God.
For six months, drugs can make you a better person.
I am a Marxist, in the sense that I love saying, “I am a Marxist.”
I like being the center of inattention.
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