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“The vast Missoula floods that scoured the Pacific Northwest — either that, or Marilyn Monroe’s death.” —Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk, on the historical event he’d like to have witnessed firsthand [The A.V. Club]
“Sometimes the industry has the habit of making the same movies over and over again.” —Bob “Understatement” Weinstein, co-chair of Dimension, on the disappointing box-office performance of horror movies [LAT]
“Most of my teachers told me I should be a writer, but I just never took it seriously until I got bored enough to do it.” —Best-selling erotic-fiction author Zane, who has 2.7 million copies of her books in print [CNN]
“Absolutely everyone in the country had something to say about it. I thought, ‘At the end of the day, I am going to be the one looking after this baby in the middle of the night, and it doesn’t affect you.”” —17-year-old mother and Whale Rider star Keisha Castle-Hughes [People]
“We think recycled paper is great.” —Rolling Stone deputy managing editor Eric Bates, commenting on the new, “greener” Rolling Stone, which uses no recycled paper [NYT]Chuck Palahniuk Thinks Predictably Morbid Thoughts