Monthly Archives: August 2003
I spent a couple of hours yesterday trying to get my books to fit on my shelves. I mostly succeeded – all the books I’ve read are on my shelves, and there’s even a little room left over (hooray for … Continue reading
“Aug 27, 1660, The books of John Milton were burned in London due to his attacks on King Charles II.” (courtesy of MyWay.com, an internet portal I’ve just discovered) Am I the only person who is routinely moved close to … Continue reading
City Battles Lovers’ Padlocks What a neat tradition – putting a lock on something as a sign of your love. Better than carving initials on trees, anyway.
Yay! Bill Maher has a blog! He rocks. I’m stoked. Gotta blogroll him. (link via Elke)
Seer The ULTIMATE personality test brought to you by Quizilla I dunno about that… I’m pretty damn emotional at times.
Which of Henry VIII’s wives are you? this quiz was made by the groovtastic ghouls at Spookbot Pretty darn accurate, although I’m nowhere near as forgiving as she was. I’m a hell of a romantic, though.
Only a little late. This week’s Monday Mission.
I’m subscribed to Dictionary.com‘s word of the day list. I’ve been thinking for a while that I should actually do something with the words I get in my inbox every day besides reading the messages and going “huh” and moving … Continue reading
I totally forgot to post about the Meetup. As usual, it rocked. Thanks mostly to Antwon, we managed to discuss not only the gubernatorial recall election but the idea of various people committing bestiality with rabbits. We’re a weird bunch. … Continue reading
This week’s Friday Five.