Miscellany

Elizabeth Wurtzel (Prozac Nation) applies to Yale Law school.

Defamer offers a quick FAQ on the potential Writers Guild of America strike:

I’m just visiting from Nebraska and spending the day at Universal Studios. How do I tell the writers and the producers apart?

When a writer asks you to park his car, he gets embarrassed about it, probably makes a joke that he should be parking your car, taps his watch to show that he’s only letting you park his car because he’s in a huge hurry, and then passive-aggressively tells you that it would be “super” if you didn’t adjust the seats because he has an iffy back.

When a producer asks you to park his car, he tosses his keys at your chest and asks you if you wouldn’t mind swinging by the dry cleaners on the way to pick up his kid from school. Also, producers have better coke. Always.

The tipsy, clever, and very hot Antigeist has begun an informative new series, “You Know You’re A Drunk When.” Some of you may wish to familiarize yourselves with parts 1 and 2.

Which New York Times Op-Ed Columnist Are You?


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