Who are you?
I am Liz Dunn; and I am really a writer.
What is your tie to h2so4?
My friendship with Jill.
What is funny?
What is not funny?
Criticism of my wardrobe
What book should I read?
Shadow Syndromes: The Mild Form of Major Mental Disorders that
Sabotage Us, by John Ratey, MD.
Why do you (on occasion) work for no money?
To allow myself to be a writer.
What is your favorite movie? Or would you prefer to call it a
Your favorite quote from Evany Thomas:
What person has most changed your life ("famous" or non-)?
So tell me, what would a person be surprised to find out about
How little there is to 'find out,' how much I offer for examination
to the world.
What band would you have play at your next party (yes, historically
Does not the war perpetuate that which it is called to make disappear,
and consecrate war and its virile virtues in good conscience?
To what are you addicted? What is addiction?
I am addicted to mind and the things it thinks up. addiction is
like being in love--you think about your addiction-object all
the time, you are never free of it, it affects all your desires
Do you, too, love Abraham Lincoln? Why? Why not?
Nope, but I do think he is a "foxy" president
How does the cameraman compare with the painter?
They are equals in different mediums
Authentic being-one's-self takes the definite form of an existentiell
modification of the "they"; and this modification must be defined
existentially. What does this modification imply, and what are
the ontological conditions for its possibility?
Is everything popular a debasement of what it would otherwise
be? are we really looking for a salvation or meaning that only
a few can access, with difficulty?
Yes, we are really looking for meaning. everything popular is
not a debasement at all; popular forms of a thing can co-exist
with "higher" or more "meaningful" versions of the thing.