Here's one of them so you can see for yourself:
1 My pillow is gone!
2 Why is utopianism so uncool with so many
people I know?
3 You know that if men menstruated, the world
would be run by a lunar calendar.
4 My favorite mistake in English that my mother
made was when arriving in someone's house, she
would occasionally exclaim how "homely" it was!
5 Sometimes when salesmen knocked on the door,
my friend Marc Weisman's mother would say,
"Please go away, I am not interesting."
6 I just looked in the mirror and I look like me
7 Today I have more than 25 things, so I will save
8 Four years ago, we could not have come to Santa
Marta and Ciénaga because they were being torn
apart by paramilitaries and guerrillas.
9 Chris Kraus once told me that Sylvère Lotringer
and I were the only two men she knew who did
not see Kathy Acker as monstrous.
10 I remember visiting the Greek island of Delos,
filled with marble phalluses. Many of them had
been chopped off at the stem, so to speak.
11 I envy Austin, his capacity to fall asleep anywhere
at any time. This would make my life much easier.
12 What about men who cup their balls and call
them the family jewels?
13 Or men who name their penises?
14 More rain. I will probably always see weather as a
New Yorker; I spent my "formative years" where
weather was something you struggled against.
15 Few things are as embarrassing as your own
16 I had sex in a bathroom at UCLA during the
Rodney King riots. It was with an architecture
student. We even talked about it: having sex
while the city burned.
17 For a long time, I believed in ancient astronauts.
18 I've heard stories about strangers having sex in
bomb shelters during the War.
19 I remember when people got dressed up to travel.
When I was a kid we had special traveling outfits.
20 Pompeii is filled with phallic statues.
21 When I was a kid, my mother's aunt would come
visit us every year from Germany. The first few
times she wore a wool jacket and skirt, stuffed
inside like a sausage.
22 In a hot climate, if you're not peeing, you're not
23 My mother's aunt was kind of dowdy, and she
never looked as good as when she traveled.
24 By the end of the 80s things had changed, and
she arrived in rumpled sweat suits.
25 What about when they paint fig leaves over classic