Joke. Via Joe. An engineer walks up to the gates of heaven, but St. Peter says, “I don’t see you on the guest list, so I can’t let you in.” The engineer shrugs, goes to hell, gets in (of course), and starts rebuilding the place, with air conditioning, etc. God finds out about this and […]

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Project. The Internet Book List project is trying to complile reviews of books and recommendations. A worthy project…demaning more shelf-space, of course. Note: I already found a series I want to read: Artemis Fowl, by Eoin Colfer. The reviewer said, “Artemis Fowl is the Harry Potter of the fairy world although more scheming, devious and

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Review. The Man of Maybe Half-a-Dozen Faces, by Ray Vukcevich. Oh. I just checked this on Amazon, and it’s out of print. This is a crime. I picked this up at the East Library in Colorado Springs, which has a permanent library sale room, and has become my tiny little used-book store of choice. The

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War. Probably I should just keep my mouth shut, but there you go. I’d like to accomplish the supposed goals that the Iraqi war would attempt to accomplish. I think Saddam–if not just a frontman for larger interests–has been trying to undermine UN authority for decades; I think his efforts are escalating; I think it’s

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Review. Daredevil. Screw it. Don’t call it a review; it’s just a ramble I’m typing out while my sinusus prevent me from thinking straight. In order to get out of the house for a bit last night, I went to Daredevil. I haven’t read the comics, shame on me. I tell you right off it

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Some links. This is bad. One of my purposes here has been to focus on original content, and here I am, putting up words and now…links. Well. Librarian Pick-up lines. “My mom was a librarian, she taught me everyone should have access to my stacks.” Via Bookslut. My kinda place. And more on the unrelated-to-sex

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