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The books which help you most are those which make you think the most. The...– THEODORE PARKER. (via DailyLit) (via realreason) (via peterwknox) A ship of thought, deep freighted with truth and beauty. I like that.
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Thought this was cool and super-graphic (via MUG) so far, I like: veprecose: full of prickly shrubs or bushes modernicide: killing of modern people (weird!) flosculation: an embellishment or ornament in speech oncethmus: the loud and harsh cry of a donkey Now, can I put them together is a (run-on) sentence? The modernicide of certain swedish rockstars due to their lyrical flosculation has...
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"Sunday Morning Apples" by Hart Crane (1926)
marklow: (To William Sommer) The leaves will fall again sometime and fill The fleece of nature with those purposes That are your rich and faithful strength of line. But now there are challenges to spring In that ripe nude with head reared Into a realm of swords, her purple shadow Bursting on the winter of the world From whiteness that cries defiance to the snow. A boy runs with a dog...
In the world of lunch salads...
Arugula, fava beans, cucumber, tomato, feta and radish. (a new one for me) Changes of roommates bring changes of food patterns. I find it all very exciting.
Best Article I Read Today
dihard: Big Food vs. Big Insurance - Michael Pollan Actually it was yesterday. Great article. He mentions research done on foodsheds, a term I was heretofore unfamiliar with. I wanted to learn more, so I did.. A foodshed is the region between where food is produced and where it is consumed. Our foodshed is basically the entire world, as the food we consume is from all over. The foodshed to...
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cathyerway: Dan Barber on “Why Cooking Matters,” from the Food For All issue of The Nation. There are so many good things in this issue, including a contribution by Michael Pollan on his sustainable food-writing forbears, Wendell Berry, Frances Moore Lappe, Joan Gussow and Barry Commoner. Let’s keep them coming. what she said…