Two Sentences

One, the opening line from a “thriller” I found left behind in a parking garage, made me groan:

The house in Silverlake was dark, its windows as empty as a dead man’s eyes.

Blech. That book’s getting donated.

But turn that frown upside down, as there’s this one, from NYT:

“It’s going to be really good for international travel over the next year and a half,” Mr. Seaney said.

Excellent! Iceland, anyone?

7 Responses to “Two Sentences”

  1. Joel Says:

    I would think a book abandoned in a parking garage would either be really, really crappy, or a religious text aimed at proselytzing strangers too shy to be approached by strangers preaching the Word, or both. Imagine a bottle of pop left in an alleyway, almost full but the cap has been twisted open. Would you drink it? Not me, my friend!

  2. josh ruzich Says:

    At this point I’d settle for one sentence. 😉

  3. Go My Brother! Says:

    I concur!

  4. Simon Says:

    Dude, loved your comment on my blog, but even my slackness has failed to eclipse your lack of JSP postings… how’s life btw?

  5. moosy queefbone Says:

    oh my god. i feel pretty dumb, i only just realised the christmas tree is a JSP tree.
    nice touch 🙂
    miss you so much

  6. Keef Says:

    If one knows how one could fellate one’s self, could one please let one know as soon as possible?
    Greetings from the season of loose morality to you.

  7. andrew Says:

    good for you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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