Monday, February 23, 2009

paul brent

City life - millions of
people being lonesome
-Henry David Thoreau


Anonymous said...

Oh, LOVE this one.

Brae Howard said...

it's the undeniable solitude in the human experience. no madder wut.

i deal with it by playing omd in my room and dancing hard.

faith said...

Any word on what the new postcard stamp will look like?

Damien said...

not sure about any new 27 cent stamps. did you here one was coming out? here's a link showing what the current postcard stamp looks like. it's a sweet set.

Sarah H. said...

I was just talking to a friend the other day about the difference between being alone by yourself and being alone in the middle of a crowd of people.

I enjoy being alone when it's just me (having a whole house to myself, for instance.) I don't like being alone in a crowd(e.g., at a party or at school.)

Cities are a nice place to visit but they are not the kind of place where I feel at home.

Damien said...

me neither

funke said...

The greater the number of eyes in a room, the smaller the chance to see or be seen.