We went to Peter Luger then took the train back . . . Walking through Williamsburg, everyone looked like a Daniel Clowes character.

Posted by Andrew on 1 July 2019, 10:45 pm

We went to Peter Luger then took the train back . . . Walking through Williamsburg, everyone looked like a Daniel Clowes character.

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I’m guessing they put the wrong sort of shrooms on your steak.

Fun Fact: “Ghost World” was turned into a movie starring Scarlett Johansson. I Read the book. I never saw the movie.

I saw ‘Ghost World’ as part of a Sociology of Film course as an undergraduate in 2002. I’d never heard of ScoJo when I saw it.