BUT SO IS MY DESIRE TO NOT MISS OUT ON HECKLING IT
It's National Hermit Week. Finally, something for the introverts.
I go back and forth on my hermit fantasies. On the one hand, I love alone time and usually find society annoying. On the other, though, I like having access to the conveniences of urban living like cool book stores and people who will make excellent tacos for me. I could live in a remote locale, make my own tacos, and have books shipped, but it's not quite the same.
Living in Los Angeles is probably about as good as it gets (for me). It has the conveniences of city living, but quick access to remote weekend escapes, and the city itself is sprawling so it never feels terribly crowded, despite being the second biggest city in the country. I would not make it a single week as a New Yorker.
Me when I have to interact with people.
Want some June 13th famous birthdays and historical facts? Let's do it!
• Famous birthdays: poet/writer W. B. Yeats (1865), actress Kat Dennings (1986), actress Ally Sheedy (1962), and Olsen twin actresses Mary-Kate and Ashley (1986).
• On this day in 1922 the longest recorded attack of hiccups began. Charlie Osborne's hiccup spell lasted 68 years. He died 11 months after it stopped.
• Finally, on this day in 1966 The US Supreme Court rules that police departments are required to give “Miranda rights."
*sigh* Yet again, we have no Boredwalk community Q&A this week. If you'd like to be featured in our next Monday Q&A segment, reply to this email and let us know! Matt will send you some fun questions to answer, and next Monday's email won't be so brief.
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Peace, love, and hermits,