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One's More Tedious Moments

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“ Long ago he had discovered that a mild flush of panic was a condition capable of seasoning one's more tedious moments. ”
   
  Thomas Ligotti - “The Medusa”
Added by: G. S. Carnivals on 06-09-2007 #128

"What does it mean to be alive except to court disaster and suffering at every moment?"

Tibet: Carnivals?
Ligotti: Ceremonies for initiating children into the cult of the sinister.
Tibet: Gas stations?
Ligotti: Nothing to say about gas stations as such, although I've always responded to the smell of gasoline as if it were a kind of perfume.
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