Monthly Archives: July 2007
Back On Track?
Well, the twenty-seventh is here. How do we feel about starting up the reading group again? I know a couple of our participants have either started or have already finished the book, but I’d like to hear where everyone is at so we’re all on the same page, so to speak. Let me know in […]
links for 2007-07-25
What Your Favorite Drink Says About You- via Cracked.com Just make sure if you order an Appletini that you have change. Otherwise you might pay $105 for one that’s light on the tini.
Scary Gets Real Scary
During my high school years I worked several seasons at a local haunted house. Through the month of October I worked every weekend and then the last week of the month we were open every night. I enjoyed the job, but more than scaring people I really enjoyed all the fucking crazies interesting people that […]
A Floodtide of Filth
For an anti-porn PSA from the 60’s, this video is one of the hottest things I’ve ever seen, albeit unintentionally. George Putnam could made the phone book seem salacious and perverse.
A Week Of Jackassery
In an effort to avoid all Harry Potter spoilers I’m going to eschew all my normal internet haunts this week. Unfortunately for my readers, that pretty much means I won’t be current on anything at all. So instead of simply not writing anything until I read the stupid book all posts from here on out […]
Administrative Announcements….and HARRY FREAKIN’ POTTER!
First things first: I’m postponing our reading of Oryx and Crake. I’ve been out of town and away from a computer, and one of our members hasn’t received the book yet, so we’ll begin on the 27th. That gives you time to try and convince at least two or three more people to join the […]
links for 2007-07-16
Harry Potter Disguise Dust Jackets Embarrassed to be seen reading the new Harry Potter books? Afraid Potter will eliminate all your man-cred? Then these printable dust jackets are for you. Be warned: these things ooze masculinity, and may offend the less masculine of us.
links for 2007-07-13
Read A Book! The video.
Reading Group: Oryx And Crake
As I announced several posts ago, our next book for group discussion will be Atwood’s Oryx and Crake. This one is a bit longer than our last book, so I’ll give us more time for reading. We’ll have an interim discussion on Friday the 20th, and then we’ll discuss the book as a whole on […]