Some men like to undress a woman with a single gaze;
Denis Benitez indulged in a far more presumptuous pastime. He could wrench the hidden truth from every woman who passed him in the street.
Since in their eyes he no longer existed,
since he was no longer a physical presence in their world,
he had discovered that he had a talent for invisibility
which allowed him to brush by women like a ghost,
to spy on them
and steal their secrets.
~ from the The Thursday Night Men, by Tonino Benacquista
Most of my tumblr posts here have been self-plagiarized from my previous tumblr posts, fabricated, made-up, and altered. And the quotes in my posts either do not exist, are unintentional misquotations, or represent improper combinations of previously existing quotes.
At 25, [Redacted] was the most sought-after young reporter…, producing knockout articles for magazines… . Trouble was, he made things up—sources, quotes, whole stories—in a breathtaking web of deception that emerged as the most sustained fraud in modern journalism.
Guess who? Jonah Lehrer? Jayson Blair? Baron Münchhausen? …
First one should be easy
(see New York Press for the answers)
London Street Photography — “images by over 70 photographers who have recorded fleeting moments in London, capturing the faces and lives of ordinary people who populate this complicated and ever-changing metropolis” — and City Scenes: Highlights of New York Street Photography — “30 key works by New York photographers will provide a counterpart illustrating the rich tradition of street photography in New York City” —at the Museum of the City of New York.
Now thru Dec. 2.