After charming the literary world with her sarcastic, self-deprecating sense of humor and witty personal essay collections – I Was Told There’d Be Cake and How Did You Get This Number, which is out in paperback May 3 – author Sloane Crosley is now taking on the blogosphere with Sad Stuff On The Street.
Like Myspace and Friendster before it, Facebook might be approaching its social network sell-by date. The redesign is shitty, the photo albums are structured in such a way that makes lurking less fun, and the people who were the original users are growing up and feeling more mature on Twitter.
Drugs. Depressed people love to self-medicate. This often means unlimited beer and usually pills and pot. If you’re into speedy drugs though, you’re out of luck. Depressives are terribly uncomfortable with bouts of increased energy.
An epic flub here for Washington DC Fox affiliate WTTG, the anchor reports: “President Obama is, in fact, dead.” Only to quickly correct himself, “I’m sorry, [I mean] Osama Bin Laden is dead.”