Thanksgiving Is Ruined
November 09, 2005
And the objects I own
In the United States, communities are born as they die -- in a day. The Americans have no complaint to make; the main thing is to be able to carry their homes with them.from Sartre's essay "American Cities," originally published in Le Figaro in 1945, later reprinted by Collier (not Collyer) in Literary and Philsophical Essays.
A house is just a pile of stuff with a cover on it. . . .George Carlin