I like reading the occasional aimless rants and banter on Craigslist’s Best-of list. The mostly hilarious and sometimes pleasant eclectic voices tend to distract, at least momentarily, from a collective classifieds website that frequently reveals the uber-sketchiness and sometimes, dreadful stupidity of the general, anonymous public. My favorite thus far of recent newcomers to the list is an East Coast girl’s melancholy ode to her former residence in the West. Runner up: a lonely guy’s wonderful illustrated search for romance.
Manifest Destiny, as Seen on Craigslist