I like acceptance speeches for how they're a re-collection of all the work and collaboration and generosity that has gone into a project that actually became successful. Just hearing the winner list all the people I've never heard of that helped them suggests that a) maybe I can collect the right people around me to do something and b) maybe I can be somehow instrumental in someone being able to do something.
Man, that guy who saw World War Z has STANDARDS!
Wait wait wait. Cooking dinner is basically like pulling a WHOLE OTHER SHIFT of work after the shift of work work you just finished. This defies possibility. Men continue to amaze.
Almost as awkward as if you called some sexy talk to your boyfriend from behind a closed door, then opened the door to find only: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/38/Wilhelm_Bendz_-_Portrait_of_an_elderly_woman._-_Google_Art_Project.jpg
In fairness, I think Kim's book was maybe a desperate attempt to preempt this robot selfie, which is likely to rule the game for a long time:
Who will seflie the selfies?
I can't get over how animatronic she looks on the cover.
I thought of this last night when I went to the store to buy potatoes. (For real).