It's not 2017; it's the Year of the Depends Adult Undergarment.
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@2 - Really? I started reading it, but didn't make it past the first chapter. Is it better that Gravity's Rainbow?
Curious point: In the past, and among pre-tech civilizations, there was a mythology that contexualized the past, acknowledged one's place within it, and described a positive future that included the young'in hearing these stories.
What are our future stories now? Are they positive?
What are we telling ourselves about the future?
Okay, I clicked. I read this article despite the wrong headed comment title. Call me a fool. I've read most of what Pynchon, and Wallace have written, but NOT their signature pieces. I tire of Wallace and have tired of the bullshit around Thompson too, but really have enjoyed a lot more of his and Faulkner and Dostoyevsky more than DFW or Pynchon.
Now I guess we'll have to FAN out.
Oh, we're well past Y.D.A.U.