Sometimes I sleep and sometimes I pass like night. But typically I don’t sleep. I leave the television on, sometimes I put the timer to shut off the television before the morning. One time I slept to the looped 30 minute biography of Conrad Hilton and woke up the next day ready to write his biography. John once told me the importance of darkness when sleeping. The idea sounded boring to me and so I continued with my failed habits. Then I heard about Circadian rhythms on the HBO show Bored to Death and I thought, cool I need darkness for good sleep. So I did, I drew the dark curtains of the hotel room, closed all doors, turned off the television, set my alarm clock and fell asleep. I slept really well, so well that I overslept!