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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

quick, spend the money before it runs out!

Note to self: DEMAND BACKPAY before applying for unemployment in two weeks. =_= Yeah, that's right, I'm out of a job. All it really means is that I now have a hard-and-fast reason to step up the job hunt, which I'd kind of let slide. In any ...

One last spam post

I plead sleep debt, your honor. (I can't stay up to watch the Daily Show or the Colbert Report anymore! *sob*) Reborn: posted about the many many many faults of Katekyou Hitman Reborn!, and why she was entertained by it anyway. A few weeks ago made a ...

linkblogging, and Mushishi

http://kylesmithonline.com/?p=848 Very late, but I forgot to post the link here. Miramax has declined to re-option Pullman's Dark Materials trilogy, so there won't be movies made for Subtle Knife or Amber Spyglass. ;_; http://selfdivider.com/base/?p=28 Murakami interview in Korean GQ: came across this a while ago, forgot to post the link here. Contains ...

Catching Up

1. Is Silver Diamond some kind of weird band AU? ...It's just, I was re-reading the chapter where Senrou's goofy non-prescription glasses come off as he smooths back his soaking-wet hair and, gazing earnestly out of the panel, asks, "Are you all right?" (Rakan is silent for a moment ...

Themed Lists!

Today I was overtaken by an irresistable urge to reread the classic SF I am sending to , followed by an equally irresistible urge to compile themed booklists for . The Psychology of Science Books with nuanced depictions of the personalities of research scientists. 1. Intuition, Allegra Goodman 2. ...

January 1st 2013
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My 2012 In Review

I didn't write much this year - or not much fiction anyway. I wrote my masters thesis, and though it could have been much better I am content with the way it came out.  In nonfiction land, I signed on as a contributor to The Hooded Utilitarian. Though I don't have ...
November 12th 2012
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Big Bang @ Prudential Center, 12/9/12

As promised on tumblr. This is very long, so I apologize in advance. ^^ BTW, I'm sitting in a cafe in New Brunswick next to someone using "Fantastic Baby" as a ringtone, and it turns out she was also at the show on Friday. Small world! The New York ...
September 12th 2012
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Recently

I turned in my master's thesis. It's kinda weak - I wrote the conclusion in 24 hours including searching for supporting references - but it's a personal milestone for me since it's the longest thing I have ever finished, more-or-less on time. It's 50 pages without references or appendixes (but ...
July 19th 2012
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Olympics, etc.

I am so totally out of the Olympic loop - though I heard there's an outdoor screen at the Castle Museum gardens in York that's doing public screenings of Olympic events, so I might go to that. I missed the torch when it passed through a few weeks ago. ...
July 15th 2012
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6-years-too-late review of disposable teen comedy, John Tucker Must Die

Saw this with M. It's really not too bad... if you ignore the ending, aha. Especially the casting for John Tucker is good: at first you are like, what do any of these girls see in this guy? But by the end you are like, hmm, ...

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