Quite a Quote

Howard Hughes had not been fit for several years to agree to anything. At the time Colby and his agents were lavishing praise on him for his part in the largest technological intelligence mission in the agency’s history, Hughes was trying to decide when and if to have an enema.

Barlett, Donald L., and James B. Steele. Howard Hughes: His Life and Madness. New York: W. W. Norton, 2004.

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For the Intermittent Writer


Short books about albums. Published by Bloomsbury.

The Wink

This Week in Kink

Zoë Tersche

Freelance writing focusing on internet freedoms and surveillance along with sexuality and gender in media and tech.

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