It is my job in life to travel all roads, so that some may take the road less travelled, and others the road more travelled, and all have a pleasant day. — Larry Wall
How the Moleskine Rocked My World It’s so weird how a small black book and a nice pen can change things.
43 Folders: More Moleskine Hacks Everytime I pick up a new Moleskine, I’m reminded how much I freaking love these things. I got a fresh one the other day at Flax, so why not mention a few new Moleskine hacks?
as if the wood were a slow-flowing water — along with the water, it takes into its roots the way of flowing — how water behaves flowing around rocks and we can only see the flow that it learned after the tree’s death — after the fact
I spend my evening watching mysteries on television — Poirot, preceded by another Poirot, and a Sherlock Holmes. I spent my afternoon working on my mystery book (work left over from the last nanowrimo contest, but not abandoned by any means). What is it about murder mysteries that fascinates me so (me and many others)? I think they are our modern equivalent of the old morality plays put on by the troupes traveling from village […]
via Jewlicious » Holocaust Card! Is this guy off his rocker? Jewish Blog and stuff I hate it when people refer to claims about antisemitism as “playing the Holocaust card.” Do they mean that the Holocaust didn’t happen and didn’t begin with a small group of fervent antisemites speaking out publicly against Jews? Or do they mean that this is merely a “strategy” used by Jews to improve their current circumstances using the graves of […]