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I've been reading Everybody Loves Our Town in dribs and drabs as I go to sleep, or in the bathroom.

I just got on FB and it threw Jonathan Poneman at the top of the 'People You May Know' box. We have 48 friends (out of his 3200 or thereabouts) in common. 

Nope, I don't know him.

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swiped from [livejournal.com profile] ingotattoo. Likewise, I feel like I've done this one before.

What we have here is the top 106 books most often marked as "unread" by LibraryThing’s users. As in, they sit on the shelf to make you look smart or well-rounded. Bold the ones you've read, underline the ones you read for school, italicize the ones you started but didn't finish.

Read more... )

Probably half of the ones I started and didn't finish are ones that I didn't actually own and gave back to their respective owner, or always read when I was in a bookstore but never took home. Also, I can't remember if I've read some of these, which I suppose is as good as not reading them if they didn't make much of an impression.

Also, the HTML in this is making some of the words run together. Not sure what up with that.
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In the last few days, I've watched:
8 Mile
Smoke Signals
Standing In The Shadows Of Motown
Bloody Sunday

and I still have Dead Man to watch, even though I've seen it before.

And I have five new books to tear through. Yay books.


I've been having weird olifactory memory moments lately. Mostly smells that remind me of exes - their perfume, the smell of their hair product, stuff like that. But sometimes it will be something that reminds me of childhood - my yard, or the back porch of the house I grew up in. Summer smells. It's weird.
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Resigned myself to sleeping in when I went to bed last night. Too bad I was up after 5.5 hours. Got domestic on my apartment's ass, and then went and ran some errands. Went to Belltown to find food, leading me to Sit & Spin, where, in a weird replay of last night, I ran into [livejournal.com profile] huntingtonforge. We sat and chatted fer a bit, and then I took my loser ass to see Lord Of The Rings (no, I hadn't seen it yet). I think I might have to go read the books now. I tried to find them at Twice Sold Tales, but no dice. Came away with The Agricola and The Germania by Tacitus instead. A short jaunt down Broadway landed me at QFC for some extra h0tt XXX gr0c3ry shopping. Got about half done - will get all the produce at Pike Place in the morning.

Is it just me, or are the most interesting parts of Olympic events the crashes?

March 2015



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