Douglas Coupland — Canadian Author born on December 30, 1961,

Douglas CouplandOC OBC is a Canadian novelist and artist. His fiction is complemented by recognized works in design and visual art arising from his early formal training. His first novel, the 1991 international bestseller Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture, popularized terms such as "McJob" and "Generation X". He has published thirteen novels, two collections of short stories, seven non-fiction books, and a number of dramatic works and screenplays for film and television. A specific feature of Coupland's novels is their synthesis of postmodern religion, Web 2.0 technology, human sexuality, and pop culture... (wikipedia)

If human beings had genuine courage, they'd wear their costumes every day of the year, not just on Halloween.
I've always felt like an alien trapped in a human form. We all do at some time or other; for me it's a permanent state, and I'm still unsure if Earth is a penance or a reward.
You can't get mad at weather because weather's not about you. Apply that lesson to most other aspects of life.
Make your goals big and broad enough so that they never become answered prayers and boomerang to curse you.
Vancouver is the square root of negative one. Technically it shouldn't exist, but it does. I can't imagine living anywhere else.

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