In Cold Blood

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Robert Blake, John Forsythe, and Scott Wilson in In Cold Blood (1967, dir. Richard Brooks)

“Although none of the journalists anticipated violence, several had predicted shouted abuse. But when the crowd caught sight of the murderers, with their escort of blue-coated highway patrolmen, it fell silent, as though amazed to find them humanly shaped.”

-Truman Capote, In Cold Blood (1966)

Photographer: Phil Stern

Mujeres Al Borde De Un Ataque de Nervios

Perfect weather to make gazpacho. I’ve been feeling rather Pepa-ish lately, too, so it all fits.

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“One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one’s work is terribly important.”
Bertrand Russell