From the Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caulfield can never say that’s he’s scared of the future. Because he’s a teenage boy and expressions and emotions aren’t cool. He talks through analogy, like the duck, fish, and pond analogy. He can’t express himself in words. Instead, he expresses himself through something I like to call “Caulfield” language.
I’m sure that many of you already know, but I have a fevered obsession with Taylor Swift.
But I’m not going to write another 2,000 words on Taylor.
Today, I’m going to write about music. Continue reading Something else that gives me happiness
“The pen is mightier than the sword,” said Edward Bulwer Lytton.
Indeed it is. For the pen can cause great emotional maiming, while the sword only yields temporary, physical impairment. Continue reading All hail the bloody pen