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It's already Wednesday??

I am on to my 4th book in 5 days.

  1. Storm Front – Jim Butcher: Excellent. I’m gonna be looking for the next few books in this series.

  2. The Magic of Recluse – L. E. Modesitt Jr: Okay lah. A good read but not good enough for me to buy any other books of this author/series, that’s what libraries are for :D

  3. The Joy of Work – Scott Adams: I think I’ll just concentrate on his comics. And an occasional visit to his blog. But I *am* considering picking up his “serious” non-Dilbert book God’s Debris. But maybe that’s also gonna be a library thing :p

  4. Zen and the art of Motorcycle Maintenance – Robert M. Pirsig: Am about a third of the way through. Wow. This is very thought provoking. And it’s really amusing to recognize what the Ferrari-less Monk was trying to imitate but failed oh so badly!

On another note or two:
  • anyone else have problems with blogger my last night? I couldn’t sign in, couldn’t view any blogspot blog. What the heck is wrong with them, that their service has taken such a nosedive in the past two months??

  • for those who know about that article I got assigned to do: All I can say is unfuckingbelievable. *gasp!* that’s right, no self-censorship this time! I will control myself and rant AFTER it is all over. Give that one person one last chance to redeem itself. And for me to trudge through and just churn out some good enough piece of crap, seeing as my motivation to do this has been shot to hell. It’s been a great trip down memory lane dealing with someone who to me epitomizes what’s wrong with the place I used to not just work, but pour my heart and soul into.

Ciao!

Comments

  1. I still have a half hour of Tuesday left. Enjoy the rest of your week. Loved reading your blog by the way.

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  2. 4 books in 5 days? How do you have time to post about it. That's neato. I'm not a book person so I can't relate.

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  3. Matt> hi, thanx for stopping by :-) and the kind words :-) hope to see you more often! I just dropped by your blog too - all the best for this summer before college!

    TNChick> heehehe well it helps that i'm a jobless bum *grin!* and I really so like reading. Tho I have my "seasons": like now, the reading seson has started, it was in a slump for quite a while. and now i'm making up for it, LOL!

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  4. Hey Lynn... Either you are a very, very fast reader, or you have gobs of time on your hands. Perhaps it's both. Read on woman. Read like the wind... (ever seen Three Amigos?)

    And I like your choices. Especially Zen and The Art of Motorcycle Maintenance....

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