Na Hong-Jin’s terrifying tale about failure in distinguishing good and evil.
If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking.
But Satan didn’t put me up to it.
The well-beloved coffee shop in Bajada recently said its goodbyes. Here’s why many people love it.
Well, things have been great lately.
Just a little birthday reflection.
A homeless person can have as many ideas as a mid-level executive in Manhattan. The only line that separates them is opportunity. The former will have almost none. The latter will be drowning in it, but he’ll only waste it if his motivations are selfish or shortsighted. I was watching Prince of Egypt last night, […]
This is not a reflection about myself. This is about Don Draper’s brilliance as an ad man. I just feel like talking about it. Well, maybe it’s a bit about me after all. Mad Men is one of the most brilliant TV series in the planet. But is the protagonist, Don Draper, brilliant as well? […]
I’ve had enough of knowing about how many people died, how COVID-19 kills the immune system, how people are baking their sourdough bread… It’s important to be in the know. I know people just want to stay alert. Everybody just does their best to survive. But I’ve had enough. I want to wonder and wander […]
I was at Citi Hardware earlier, looking for a universal adapter. Noticing there weren’t any adapters left, I asked help from one of the store clerks. He checked the stash for a while and shrugged. “Looks like we’re out of stock, ma’am,” he said. Being the persistent and annoying girl that I am, I looked […]