Monthly Archives: September 2007
I am finally caught up on my booklog.
By Barbara Ehrenreich This book is very, very powerful. I think anybody who has escaped working retail (as I have) should pick up a copy and read it now. Barbara Ehrenreich spent a month at a time working for minimum … Continue reading
By Ricardo Semmler This book is AMAZING! Ricardo Semmler took over SemCo from his father as a young man and proceded to turn it into the most unusal workplace you can imagine. He slashed management and administrative roles, gave all … Continue reading
By Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin This is a great book for anybody who handles money. It covers how we look at money, how we deal with it, and how to replace our bad habits with good ones. The program … Continue reading
By Peter Kelder This is an interesting little book. It presents, beneath a thick layer of fantastical storytelling, a series of simple movements which supposedly can make you feel younger and healthier. I haven’t tried them yet, but they are … Continue reading
I was tagged by Becca, so here I am. 1 – List seven weird/quirky habits about myself 2 – Tag seven people to do the same 3 – not just say “whoever wants to do it” or refuse to tag … Continue reading
Next week is Banned Books Week! Read a banned book!
I was all fond of Ron Paul until today. Turns out he’s so pro-forced-birth that he doesn’t seem to think abortion is ever necessary to save the life of the mother. To that I say: how about ectopic pregnancy? In … Continue reading
Dammit. Wasted a lunch hour at Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft trying unsuccessfully to find fabric for my Halloween costume. Grrr. If anybody is feeling helpful, I’m looking for the plaid and stripey fabric in the pic below (and if you … Continue reading