Teddy Wayne is the author of the novels Kapitoil and The Love Song of Jonny Valentine.
BY TEDDY WAYNE
Don’t switch horses in midstream—not a water stream, I’m talking about when downloading a large-scale video stream, because when you switch horses there’s a good chance you’ll bump your Wi-Fi connection, even just temporarily, and sometimes that screws the whole thing up and you have to restart, and by the third attempt, you’re just like, “Is it really worth all this trouble for a pirated copy of Season 2, Episode 8 of Herman’s Head?” Except they still haven’t released it yet on DVD, so it’s pretty much your only option.
SUGGESTED READSList: Rethinking Horse Proverbs
by Joseph O'Brien (5/3/2004)
Teddy Wayne’s Unpopular Proverbs: Free Will
by Teddy Wayne (4/6/2009)
How to Make Your Own Proverbs
by Russell Bradbury-Carlin (1/8/2004)
RECENTLYA Small-Scale Organic Farmer Wants You to Know a Few Things
by Claire Boyles (10/20/2014)
Field Notes from Gentrified Places: The Black Female Body
by Vinson Cunningham (10/20/2014)
List: Things That Needed One More Iteration Before They Were Ready to Go to Market
by Norman Birnbach (10/20/2014)