It's Almost Tomorrow:

Being the collected thoughts and actions of one Ryan McManus, a man living on the Earth during an unremarkable geological period.

But it does have a knob, the door can open. But not in the way you
think. But what if you could? Think for a second—what if all the infinitely dense and shifting worlds of stuff inside you every moment of your life turned out now to be somehow fully open and expressible afterward, after what you think of as you has died, because what if afterward now each moment itself is an infinite sea or span or passage of time in which to express it or convey it, and you don’t even need any organized English, you can as they say open the door and be in anyone else’s room in all your own multiform forms and ideas and facets? Because listen—we don’t have much time, here’s where Lily Cache slopes slightly down and the banks start getting steep, and you can just make out the outlines of the unlit sign for the farmstand that’s never open anymore, the last sign before the bridge—so listen:

What exactly do you think you are?

— DFW, Good Old Neon

Smokin’.

Fixed. theme by Andrew McCarthy