For me, it's The Maltese Falcon. Great book. What's everyone else up to?
Ask not "Am I a bad enough dude to save the President?" Ask instead; "Is the President a bad enough dude to save me?"
World's Funnest PirateDoing an Archive Binge of Doctor Who. Hoping to begin the Matt Smith era by the time Series 7 premieres. Right now I've made it to Human Nature/Family of Blood. Also, about to start reading Fahrenheit 451 for school.
edited 31st Jan '12 1:59:38 PM by Mort08
Indecisive pumpkinSoul Eater. OHGOSHILOVEIT And, of course, Glee, but that's sort of a constant. Oh, and one of the Sherlock Holmes books.
‽‽‽‽ ^These are interrobangs. Love them. Learn them. Use them.
Lover of masks.I am currently reading this post. Also, isn't this a dupe thread?
Is that cake frosting?A collection of articles by Herbert Mc Cabe. I love that guy — he was a Dominican Theologian who mixed up Thomism with Liberation Theology (Catholic Commies, basically), and his writing style is pure unadulterated perfection.
edited 31st Jan '12 2:12:43 PM by Carciofus
But they seem to know where they are going, the ones who walk away from Omelas.
Measurer of MarigoldsMaison Ikkoku
Well, Midnight, looks like you've done what a lot of teenage boys dream of, and you are now a hero to them. - Steventheman
Electric PokemonReading The Miko and Monster, and watching Aria The Scarlet Ammo and Sherlock. EDIT: Whaaat? No page for The Miko? What about The Ninja Murders, then? EDIT EDIT: But...but...Eric Von Lustbader... EDIT EDIT EDIT: Nooooooo!
edited 31st Jan '12 2:35:46 PM by Lemurian
I've been going back and forth between a brief history of cinema and reading old Achewood strips. I hope to snag a Raymond Carver compilation from the library by the end of the week
Why hello there!Some stores and biographical information by/on Sarah Jewett for an essay.
How terrible it is, to love something that death can touch. . .
It's the Over Lord!Rereading the Lion Returns. Listening to All This Time by Tom Fall Las Vegas is on in the background.
Kinda hard to hit a dorf when you have 30 warkittens attacking you. —Condorito
3 microphones foreverReading: Cold Mountain - actually I haven't touched it in a while and I ought to change that, because I find if I put down a book for too long I get interested in something else and never finish. Watching: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel - just started the last season of the former. Playing: Fallout 3, Splatterhouse (the 2010 one) and I just started with The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
edited 1st Feb '12 10:21:08 AM by MikeK
I'm watching Serial Experiments Lain, reading Kiwaguro No Brynhildr, and playing Lunar Legend.
edited 19th May '12 11:55:35 PM by Oreochan
"Learning without thinking is labor lost. Thinking without learning is dangerous."
3 microphones foreverReading: Mona Lisa Overdrive (just barely started it) Watching: Angel (Buffy is finally done with and I'm now about a quarter through the last season of Angel) Playing: Katamari Forever (got stuck on Fallout and Splatterhouse, will be returning to them eventually)
edited 20th May '12 12:01:44 AM by MikeK
Larry Hama's run on the G.I. Joe comic.
Some days you just can't get rid of a bomb!
dressed for actionReading: 2666 by Roberto Bolaņo. Watching: That pony cartoon everyone's talking about. Listening to: The Velvet Underground, Duke Ellington, The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Neon Horse, Johnny Cash.
War ALWAYS changes. Man does not.Watching some Jamie Theakston-narrated documentary on shocks in the European Football Championships. Keek of course, but it makes some ok-so-its-average wallpaper.
The best there isThe Grapes of Wrath and a book on the world wars.
Stupid, you could say these masculine thoughts are homosexual
'Cause they blow heads like that dead clothes designer
NettleReading the Sun Sword series by Michelle West, interspersed with various Heyer books when a bit of light is needed. Watching Inspector Morse. Cooking pear crisp, due out any moment.
"Themes, metaphors, and symbols should be the icing, not the cake." - L Dragon 2
Lord of the AviansWatching Star Trek DS 9 and Voyager, Death Note, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Bones, Monk, and Legend of Korra. Reading has been mostly just various short stories lately.
Watching: Grimm, Jellyfish Princess, Tiger and Bunny, Doctor Who Playing: Child of Eden
edited 27th May '12 8:52:39 PM by Phyi
Electric PokemonReading: Catcher In The Rye
Playing: Mass Effect and Xenoblade
Watching: Digimon Adventure
Eye'm the cutest!Currently awaiting the translation to the newest strip of Hang In There Kogasa San.
Endless Conflict: Every war ends in time, even supposedly this one.
firetrucksReading: Stuff on Tumblr Watching: Scorned: Love Kills
edited 28th May '12 10:27:42 AM by Masterofchaos
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