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A visit to Harbor Freight comes fortified with 66% of your recommended daily value of public profanity. A visit to Walmart comes complete with infinity percent of your daily recommended value of public child abuse. A visit to Costco comes with vomit percent of your lifetime recommended value of 5-year-old Mexican girls chubby enough to already have breasts. A visit to my brother's old apartment complex comes with Don't Look percent of your never recommended value of 5-year-old Mexican boys chubby enough to already have manboobs.
When two mirrors Face each other They both reflect An infinite expanse Of nothing
I wrote that six years ago. Tonight, as I was watching Inception, I saw again the part where Ariadne manifests a pair of mirrors in the midst of the Parisian cityscape. She pulls them together until they face each other. This time I watched carefully, and as Ariadne and Cobb stood there, staring into what I expected to be an abyss, I saw that the borders, the edges, the frames, the fringes of the mirrors echoed into the distance, filled the emptiness, and became the hearts.
Just watched the pilot of Breaking Bad for the first time tonight. Then I stripped to my underwear, locked the front door, cracked open a canister of turpentine, donned a pair of army surplus goggles, and finally got around to cleaning the bathtub.