Del Howison quotes

  • You can see darn near anything just by walking along the beachfront from Venice to Malibu.
    -- Del Howison

    #Beach #Venice #Malibu

  • In a modern world, increasingly filled with pop culture fads and gimmicks, Lisa Morton reveals much of the underbelly history and unknown facts regarding the biggest pop culture event in history-Halloween. Her sheer delight and well-researched enthusiasm in tackling many of the unrecognized aspects of this monstrous topic makes one wonder what we don't know about everything else that should be as commonplace to our psyche as a bag of candy.
    -- Del Howison

    #Halloween #Enthusiasm #Topics

  • A cold, calculating nightmare. Sharp as a finely honed blade. 'The Lucid Dreaming' cuts, separating the flesh before you even know you've been injured. It makes you bleed as a reader.
    -- Del Howison

    #Dream #Cutting #Flesh

  • It's very hard to respect people on holiday - everybody looks so silly at the beach, it makes you hate humanity - but when you see people at their work they elicit respect, whether it's a mechanic, a stonemason or an accountant.

  • I'd buy myself a cabin on the beach, I'd put some glue in my navel, and I'd stick a flag in there. Then I'd wait to see which way the wind was blowing.

  • The first I heard of the beach was in Bangkok, on the Ko Sanh Road.

  • Venice is like doing acid. If you can't take it with you after you either come down or move away, you were never really there in the first place.

  • This is the only place that I don't feel out of place, because everyone here is out of place.

  • I had my dreams of Venice, but nothing that I had dreamed was as impossible as what I found.

  • You have to know accounting. It's the language of practical business life. It was a very useful thing to deliver to civilization. I've heard it came to civilization through Venice which of course was once the great commercial power in the Mediterranean. However, double entry bookkeeping was a hell of an invention.

  • At 6 p.m. I stood in the doorway of my studio facing the Venice boardwalk. A few spectators watched as I pushed two live electric wires into my chest. The wires crossed and exploded, burning me but saving me from electrocution.

  • Let's run away to Venice, and hide out in an old movie theater. We can dye our hair blonde, so no one will ever find us!

  • You can see darn near anything just by walking along the beachfront from Venice to Malibu.

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