I went up to Auckland with Damian, Marit & Richie this weekend. The Flinns kept feeding me food from heaven. We watched Batman Begins, best movie ever. I visited Anna and mum and Anna was hella well and let me eat lots of her Easter eggs. Marit has an old manual typewriter, a Brother, so nice to use. Tactile and it’s hard work and you only get one shot so you think before you speak. You guys missed out on some pretty insightful virtual blog posts (feat. comments) from that Brother, sorry.
Oh and rock and roll is opiate because you get all jumpy ragey worked up, feel like something big is happening, like you were protesting something or fighting in a militia, but then you just go home and sleep in before going back to work or school or whatever, just like always.
Quote from a recent Wendell Berry interview [w-berry list]:
If you take love as the prescribed way of life, how do you make that an economic practice? That’s the crisis question. A lot of people who accept that gospel of love don’t think of economic practice as having any religious significance at all.
April 24–30 is TV turnoff week.