i thought that was Mark E Smith turns out its Nabakov
did you see the east 17 guy who's discovered reading? has that been posted already?your peculiar stance which seems designed to take things away from you for nothing in return.
I saw an interview once with Posh Spice and she said that she had literally never read a book, she said that she just didn't have time. Which is a bizarre excuse from a multi-millionaire who has countless servants to do everything from her and who is always jetting round the world, something which makes a perfect fit with reading. But when I saw that piece I felt truly sad for her cos I think she was telling the truth and it's like there is whole dimension that she doesn't fucking know about and she's missing out on so much... it's like she is walking around with her eyes closed every day and people say "Why don't you try opening them?" and she's "No, I don't think that would be something I would like".
It's not so much that - I'm just kinda simultaneously attracted and repelled by the idea that you can know it without reading it. Genuinely somehow fascinated by that.ok but we all make decisions about what we will and wont read if its important to you though send me a Nabakov and i promise to read it within a month of receiving it
For the record I don't think there is anything wrong with that. It's the same as me having an idea for an essay and then reading about or around it.
K-Punk took it to a different level: everything he encountered had to have a K-take, judged in relation to his aesthetic or, later on, justified or condemned by his categorical order.