“It no longer occurs to me to query the use of four-letter words, even when they are used gratuitously, as in “I missed the fucking bus.” I used to be a prude, but now I am a ruined woman. We had a discussion in the copy department a few weeks ago about how to style the euphemism: Shall it be “f”-word,” f word, f-word, “F” word, F word, or F-word? I don’t like any of them. Fuck euphemisms. Get on the goddam fucking bus.”—Mary Norris on profanity in The New Yorker: http://nyr.kr/OArE2z
“But whatever the underlying struggle was, it allowed each artist to create portraits which depict man at his primal core with all of his complexities, paradoxes and inner most demons laid bare for the world to see.”—
AI:We’re here in the Chateau Marmont, which is a fabled part of the Hollywood legend. “Mulholland Drive” touched upon that in a very deep way. What role does this hotel play in the world of movies, in your real life, and the lives of the people who live in Los Angeles?
David Lynch:They have fried chicken and mashed potatoes on Sunday nights.
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