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Up in the Air by Walter Kirn
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Jan 18, 12

Read from December 18, 2011 to January 18, 2012


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Walter Kirn
“He knows, as all the cleverest ones do, that no human being is so interesting that he can't make himself more interesting still by acting retarded at random intervals. ”
Walter Kirn, Up in the Air

Walter Kirn
“To apologize for your personal absolutes, for what Sandy Pinter calls your “Core Attachments,” means apologizing for your very existence.”
Walter Kirn, Up in the Air

Walter Kirn
“The lines we draw that make us who we are are potent by virtue of being non-negotiable, and even, at some level, indefensible.”
Walter Kirn, Up in the Air


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