Thursday, May 05, 2011

That's my life!

For your reading pleasure... my Neil Hamburger interview.  There's a typo on that first paragraph, and when I interviewed him we were losing the Kings.  What a difference two weeks makes.

17 comments:

beckler said...

hello? remember how this works? you're supposed to amuse me sometimes. what's the haps?

talkaboutcharles said...

I think you have our roles reversed here.

Anonymous said...

I cracked up when NH mentioned Chooz-A-Pasta Pik-A-Sauce. One of my indelible Midtown memories is smoking out behind New Hell with my friends and this pizza delivery guy who insisted that he was Native-American shaman because he was gay and did a lot of drugs, and then going to that fast food pasta place and not being able to get my mind around the fact that everybody was eating spaghetti off a paper plates. Ah, good times.

knowcebo

Anonymous said...

Fine, here's some entertainment.

http://weimarart.blogspot.com/2011/05/literate-cat.html

gbomb

beckler said...

I like it! Murakami looks casual cool

Anonymous said...

You've amused me yet again, gbomb.
jamattack!

Anonymous said...

I love the Gorey one.

gbomb

Anonymous said...

Edward Gorey one is so good! Funny how many are named after the author's books. I should've named Babs "Hi We're Nar" or something. As if I didn't love Francoise Sagan enough already, she named her cat Brahms! Cortazar is a weird looking dude. Or wait, are some of those cat names made up by the person who compiled the photos? Sartre didn't really name his cat "Nothing" right?

talkaboutcharles said...

I used to try to convince Richard Haley that Derick Feith and Allison Jones' was named "Derick & Allison".

Charles

Anonymous said...

I wonder if they are the real names. While Mao II is a hilarious name for a cat, I don't know if Delillo is that funny.

Gbomb

Cody said...
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Cody said...

Wait, Ginsgberg, Burroughs and Bukowski have to be jokes, right?

Liv Moe said...

What about Sartre?!?! "Nothing?" Seriously? Or what about "Huckleberry," "Caligula," and "Howl?" These can't be really.

Although, I would like to think Plath's cat was named "Daddy."

Anonymous said...

Nice cats w/ authors pics, too bad about the fake names.
For the rabbit (pets, not food) aficinados around here:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1381464/Bunny-rabbits-compete-jumping-course-Dressage-set-world-storm.html

Anonymous said...

I think that I am going to name my next dog Huckleberry.

Also, bunnies are cute.

gbunn

Anonymous said...

Not when they're eating your shoes.

Ok, maybe a little even then.

biz

Anonymous said...

Saw Hamburger last night. He was good, but K-Strass ruled! You're in for a real treat...

Margs