“I have always know the pleasure of reading, but I have found a deeper pleasure this year, a sort of childlike joy of being involved not only in stories, but in Story.” What Ken Honeywell has been reading.
“The purpose of a gun–if we’re being honest–is to kill something. It’s a tool that has enough power, when used properly (and very often improperly) to kill.” Ken Honeywell is just striving for accuracy.
“I’m all about alerting people to opportunities they’re missing.” Here are some of the things Ken Honeywell thinks would improve your life if you’d just stop ignoring them.
How many ways can you write that teaser? Ken Honeywell practices.
“The best episodes of Mad Men are like the best episodes of Seinfeld: you can watch them over and over for the shear pleasure of the story, without any knowledge or care about what comes before or after. ” Was this one of them? Ken Honeywell has an opinion.
“These community pitch-ins for our basketball (or football) team are always sold within the context of the great economic impact the team has on our city. And that is just a lie.” Ken Honeywell loves the Pacers, too.