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If you count High School, I've had three graduation ceremonies so far in my life. The doctorate one next year will hit up a forth, but I've never been to any of them. I was there for the one in High School. They had it during...

Once, I loved getting mail. Like, real mail, letters and such in the mailbox. Now, not so much. Packages are good, but they arrive differently. These days it's only bills and job rejections in the mailbox, for the most part. However, today brought a letter...

The Little Cock. The Gangland. The Murder. Idea from the Sorted Books Project: "The Sorted Books project began in 1993 years ago and is ongoing. The project has taken place in many different places over the years, ranging form private homes to specialized public book collections. The process is...

This morning showed itself with a box of books from Deborah Layne (wheatland_press): Twenty-Six Lies/One Truth and Polyphony Six, as is obvious from the photo. I was especially pleased with the latter, since I've been moving slowly through volumes three and five, and it's good...

Orson Scott Card's new novel, Empire, is really funny: The team of four Americans had been in the village for three months. Their mission was to build trust until they could acquire accurate information about the activities of a nearby warlord believed to be harboring...

Last night I went and saw Borat, because Paul Haines (paulhaines) said to me, "Tell me you like Borat, despite the hype!" I did want to see the film, because any film with bad taste jokes about retards, Jews, prostitutes, bears, and Jesus is my kind...