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The seclusion of the darkened den

Here’s the problem with Google Reader: sometimes you star items and totally forget about them until, uh, a year and a half later. So anyway, here’s this quote I really liked from Morrissey, via P4k’s Echo Chamber:

“I think there’s just something about the printed word. It’s all very well meeting and speaking with people, and generally it goes quite well. But when the writer has the seclusion of the darkened den, some strange monster develops within him, and something breaks out of his stomach.”

— Morrissey, on music critics (or possibly aliens). (via Filter)

Friday Happy: Trash, go pick it up

In honor of a week where it was all trash-picking, all the time:

Morrissey covering the NY Dolls* classic “Trash,” live in Dallas 1991.

The week culminated in this: Water bottle bill boosts city recycling – and collectors’ profits, which was the first time my picture appeared in the Daily News since I was spotted getting into a limo outside Pumps with A-Rod and Suri Cruise. Continue reading