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The lawn of Carl Schurz Park and the river each gave off their own humid aromas. Ailanthus crowded in on the transverse at 96th Street on the cab ride back.
We wanted to make sure to get a 1.6 gallon tank, because one issue on which I do basically agree with the previous president of the United States is the inadequacy of weak-flushing water-saving toilets.
Outside, hard sun immediately triggered a sneeze that ruined a nearly new surgical mask.
If you got the COVID, after you recover, the proof doesn’t stay in your blood for long, it’s like the Common Cold, you get one, you get over it, you are somehow not able to get another cold for awhile, and then eventually you get another goddamn cold. I sure hope America is ready for that kinda Reality with COVID-19.
A truly shabby robin, looking part drowned and part plucked, flew off with a worm or something wormlike in its beak.
Meanwhile, whose Summer is it? All I can think is: Summer of Sam, that was an Ownership of a Summer, you could look it up!
Hmm Weekly has been placed in charge of burning our unused subscription photos, and in honor of Brood X, we invite you to please enjoy this mass emergence of CICADA.
These sandwiches are delicious with hot chocolate.
WITH THE AIR conditioner turned off, a cleaning rag left flat to dry overnight on the sink’s edge was musty by morning. But the heavy air was thinning out and a wind was picking up as the sun, unsoftened by haze, baked down. The screen of a phone with its camera pointed skyward was overwhelmed […]
WILL YOU SERIOUSLY
All over the county, for 17 and 34 and 51 years, people had been putting cul de sac developments and Panera Bread parking lots on top of them.
Now nobody’s accusing anybody of plagiarism, that’s just Grammarly dot com being Grammarly dot com.
I'd looked at this pattern before, over and over, but not properly seen it: the pavement looked like a window screen—maybe it always had? Maybe I had been looking at it all my life without seeing it.
Cicada cicada cicada cicada cicada cicada cicada cicada cicada cicada cicada cicada cicada cicada cicada cicada.
I had been dreading the second-shot side effects yet also, honestly, kind of looking forward to them.