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“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. Which is what I do, and that enables you to laugh at life’s realities.” - Dr. Seuss

More on Work

The winning combination turned out to be 1+2+5: I’m working at the library on Tuesdays and Fridays, the used bookstore on Mondays and alternate Sundays, and the lawfirm on Wednesdays. Thanks everyone who commented! Yr. input was v. helpful.

On the fandom front: I’ve been watching old episodes of shows I used to watch in high school at tv-links (Buffy, Farscape, Roswell, Smallville) and I may be ready branch out into something new. Maybe. (First up: Nobuto wo Produce.) I also borrowed Phoenix Wright: Justice For All from sesame_seed, so maybe something on that in a bit. And I’m reading some cyberpunk novel by Patricia McKillip, but I’m not sure why, because it’s pretty awful. ^^; Note to self: when attempting to revise your opinion of an author you are lukewarm about, but largely unfamiliar with, upward, please to not be picking up one of the author’s earliest works.

Recced by [info]checkered_fool: Honeydew Syndrome. It’s a webcomic. ^^; I’m kind of: “…eh” on the high school dynamics (there weren’t really “jocks” and “emo kids” at my high school, and who cares about high school anyway), but the art is good and the writing is very sharp. It’s funny. It’s BL! It’s pretty cool. XD.