Terrible Tuesday: Reading Day

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Today we’re reading. We’re reading Carry On, Mr. Bowditch and The Bright Design and The Castle of Llyr. I’m not sure what else we’ll be doing, if anything. It’s just that sort of a day.

Lazy-reading-day links!

Speaking of, I found The Bright Design FREE on archive.org, an excellent resource for out of print books and all other sorts of flotsam and jetsam.

Speaking of reading: What happens when you deprive your child of scary stories.

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The Duffle Blog is a satire site, but this is a little too close to the truth, isn’t it? “Awkwardness ensues as Taliban and US outsource operations to Afghan National Army.”

Would you like a foot of books? This might be a good gift idea for an organization, but as a personal purchase, it would drive me bats.

12 rules of the internet. This one works in the real world, too: 7) Most websites treat “I like it” and “This is good” as the same thing, leading to most people on the Internet refusing to distinguish between “I don’t like it” and “It’s not good.” Actually, most of those are applicable off-line.

Pretty much:


I miss Mr. Rogers.

Among CIA museum’s prizes, an American love letter on Hitler’s stationary. I don’t know that I’d describe it as a love letter, but it’s still pretty neat.

Delightful “Hackers reveal nasty new car attacks — with me behind the wheel.”

Marriage counseling. About on par with the swimming lessons.

2 responses to “Terrible Tuesday: Reading Day”

  1. Cindy Watson Avatar
    Cindy Watson

    Love Carry on Mr. Bowditch and have heard that before about scary stories. Cool.

    1. April Avatar

      We’re loving Mr. Bowditch!

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