Leslie & Ben “In my time working for the state government, my job sent me to 46 cities in eleven years. I lived in villages with eight people, rural farming communities, college towns, I was sent to every corner of Indiana. And then I came here, and I realized that this whole time, I was just wandering around everywhere just looking for you.”
In June 1947, a ship began sending distress signals to several ships in the area of the Strait of Malacca. The message said, “All officers including captain are dead, lying in chartroom and bridge. Possibly whole crew dead.” Then a pause before it concluded, “I die.” Later when the Ourang was rescued by another ship, all those on the entire Ourang were dead. Their faces were frozen with extreme fear and their arms outreached. While towing the Ourang it caught on fire and it had to be cut loose at sea. Till this day nobody knows what happened to the SS Ourang Meden and its crew.
Most of my clothes are from The Row and if I’m not wearing The Row, then it’s something that I saw in [Mary-Kate and Ashley’s] closet. I’ll say ‘Can I borrow this?’ and they’ll be like, ‘Just take it.’ They have extensive, beautiful wardrobes. I’m always wondering, ‘God damn, how do they figure that looks so good?’ I can’t pull off some of the things they wear. They’re classier and more interesting while I’m a pretty basic dresser.