I just read through the graphic novel I Never Liked You by Chester Brown. It was a pretty quick read for me, and what the New York Times described as a “troubled youth” was – for the most part – a typical nerd youth. Although the story ended on a low note and left me feeling empty and depressed, it did leave me hungry for more of his work and I’ll be checking out Louis Riel from the library as soon as I get a chance.
It’s been on the blogroll for some time now, but if you haven’t checked it out already, take a look at Jenny’s blog, Book Embargo. It’s generally updated several times weekly and contains news on books and the book industry.
In the interest of transparency and full disclosure, I should let you know that Jenny is my amazing, wonderful and perfect girlfriend.
Harrison & Ford House Gymnastics is a cross breed of yoga, breakdancing, climbing and gymnastics in a domestic setting. House Gymnastics can be performed by anyone, at anytime, anywhere.
I’ve spent days searching for that site, because I when I came across melovescookies flickr account[potentially NSFW], I knew I had seen some of the crazy stuff she was doing somewhere else, but couldn’t remember the site name.
I’m not saying that I want to play with a Rubik’s Cube more then I want to play WoW, but between calls at work I’ve been playing with a flash version. I’ve even tried to cheat, but I still have problems with the last couple of steps. I’m sure my skill would improve more quickly with the shiny plastic version.
Al, please check this:
- Triple Sec
- Southern Comfort
- Sloe Gin
- Orange Juice
- Cranberry Juice