Leben mit Herman Melville

Again and again and again

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Update for The Secret’s in the Sauce:

The New Yorker, August 29, 2011

We don’t have to do this, we only love to. There are other books apart from Moby-Dick, and the right woman reads the right bedtime stories in the right outfit and in the right voice to the right people: to you and me.

Mary-Louise Parker used to star as the darker beauty Ruth Jamison in Fried Green Tomatoes in 1991, and today has the right age to be the coolest Mummy in the world in Weeds. She gets even better by the years.

Moby-Dick™ recommends the first of the Esquire readings from Alice in Wonderland.

Funny fact: Ms. Parker’s bedtime stories are full-screenable — but not embeddable. Please never ever confuse dear, beautiful, smart, lovable Ms. Parker with the Sarah Jessica abusing the same name.

Pray you please God, in another twenty years let me die in Mummy Parker’s bed with her next to and reading soothing stuff to me. Good night, sweethearts.

Mary-Louise Parker reading on the bed

Images: The New Yorker, August 29, 2011, signature illegible;
Esquire via wikiFeet.

Written by Wolf

22. September 2011 at 12:01 am

Posted in Wolfs Koje

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  1. Josh Ritter gehört ja zu den Besseren und dann werden einfach Strophen unterschlagen? Sauerei!

    Poor Richard

    22. September 2011 at 10:37 am

  2. Frau Parker liest leider auch nicht die vollständigen Bücher. Esquire halt. Content follows layout.


    22. September 2011 at 2:58 pm

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