While everyone else in America grew up in happy, immaculate, normal families, I grew up in a dyspeptic Warner Brothers cartoon.
Death is a figure so deeply transfixed in our existence that it’s a miracle that it does not readily consume us day in and day out. It should. We should be afraid of death, see it creeping around every corner, hear it creaking up the stairs at night.
Jack Keroucat. Leopardo Dicatrio. Nelly Purrtado. Pawl Walker. John Cougar Melloncat. Hillary Muff. Feline Dion.