Quick recommendation

Over the course of one work out and one round-trip Metro ride, I started and finished Chuck Klosterman’s “Killing Yourself to Live.” Hell of a book, and Klosterman’s first with an honest-to-God narrative instead of assorted, disjointed ramblings. (The ramblings are still there, but they particularly concern locations and women Klosterman encounters and they’re actually sorted.)

Speaking of journalism: When using a tape recorder, the odds of being seating right next to (or in front of) a person with breathing problems and/or allergies approach 1:1.

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