Saturday, April 14, 2007


Machinery II
Originally uploaded by Don_Gato.

"My advice, if you find yourself awake late at night, is to sit down and do some mathematics." (8)

"You sleep till noon, you eat junk, you don't work, the dishes pile up in the sink. If you go out it's to buy magazines. You come back with a stack of magazines this high— I don't know how you read that crap. And those are the good days. Some days you don't get up, you don't get out of bed." (8)

"Push yourself. Don't read so many magazines. Sit down and get the machinery going and I swear to God you'll feel fine. The simple fact that we can talk about this together is a good sign." (11)

"Do you plan to have a social life...You gotta pay your own on dates, at least the early dates, say the first three, otherwise they expect something." (51)

Auburn, David. Proof: a play. 1st ed. New York: Faber and Faber, 2001: 8,11,51.

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