Sunday Reads

You won't ever wear this on your waistcoat. Sorry. [via BBC]

You won’t ever wear this on your waistcoat. Sorry. [Sotheby’s via BBC]

On Coverage: “…and a job with benefits is a unicorn.” [Cafe]
On Being: “How could it be that there was nothing to find?” [Nowhere]
On Sharkowitz: “You don’t know what you’re going to step in!” [Youtube]
On Dwellings: “Isn’t it strange to have a skyline that isn’t even yours?” [EL]
On Loss: “‘He is deceased,’ the medical examiner said curtly.” [Narratively]
On Isolation: “They did their thing, we did ours, was the general mindset.” [VV]
On Transitions: “Die, If thou wouldst be with that which thou dost seek!” [Aeon]
On Reading: “…America’s attitude to the CIA is fascinatingly ambivalent.” [Vice]
On Going Deep: “Merrill reminded the next skier … to stay to the right…” [Powder]
On Shit You Can’t Ever Afford: “Graves was an ‘incredibly keen’ sportsman…” [BBC]
On Homes Away From Home: “Very little, then, went to hiring and reinvestment.” [NBC]