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+ The Fall of Arthur - J.R.R. Tolkien


Cat In The Hat Comes Back

It's about these two kids whose negligent mother keep leaving them home alone to do chores despite reoccurring home invasions.


just tore through Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency.


Stranger in a strange land is awesome


Quote from: Heliopios;1949180Stranger in a strange land is awesome

Great book




Got a few things on the go

-The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkein
-Hammer of Darkness by L.E. Modesitt Jr.
-Conan by Robert E. Howard


Confessions of a Raving Unconfined Nut [Misadventures in the counterculture] by Paul Krassner
Cannabis and the Soma Solution by Chris Bennett
Pot Stories for the Soul by Paul Krassner (updated for a stoned America)


So I just discovered Weird Tales magazine (famed for contributions by HP Lovecraft and Robert E Howard) is still around. I've bought a couple of issues and they're pretty good.


I just finished reading Stanislaw Lem's The Cyberiad

and am mostly through Grendel which I can't believe I had never heard of until recently

and I ordered this off of Amazon: 19 Ways of Looking at Wang Wei: How a Chinese Poem is Translated

the first two are legitimately interesting, the third one I plan on using in my classes

also some flannery o'connor compilation is sitting on my nightstand that I keep meaning to read but probably never will

Pin Clock

My reading backlog's got several volumes of Yotsuba&! and The Illusion of Life: Disney Animation on it. I'm sure i'd enjoy them if I actually got around to reading...
if there were two guys on the moon and one of them killed the other with a rock that'd be pretty fucked up wouldn't it?


Quote from: KeyClock;195514919 Ways of Looking at Wang



I finally got around to watching Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, and now that stilted preconceptions have been established, and the story is spoiled- fresh in my mind, I got the novel out at the library. Gonna start on that tonight.


Quote from: PezDispenserclock;1948598Abba, I might not smoke weed, but I experiancing it being hit with a crowbar on a modded TTT server. Flashing colours, screen flipped, screen flying. Yup, I know how it\'s like.


The Politics of Faith and the Politics of Scepticism by Michael Oakeshott



The Master of Petersburg - J.M. Coetzee


The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction by Walter Benjamin

yay college


Gonna start Stephen King's The Dead Zone soon, it's been sitting on my shelf unread for aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaages