Category Archives: a BOOK?

Daniel Radcliffe is starting to look like a housemate I used to have

HP7-1! The last few HP movies I’ve ended up seeing twice; there are always other people who I need to see them with: my brother, my high school friends, my DC friends, etc. I mean, Harry Potter, right? This book … Continue reading

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“The Hunger Games” inspires some unwieldy metaphors in me!

The Hunger Games! I read it! This book – man, it is like not even worth dissecting. This thing just steamrolls you. You might as well ask whether, like, MJ sounds are well made, or, like, was Star Wars a coherent … Continue reading

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I saw the best minds of my generation as James Franco

You may not know this about me, but in high school I tried to memorize the entirety of “Howl.” The version I printed out was six pages long, and I made it about a page and a half through, which … Continue reading

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Daywalkers

So, last  weekend, I saw the vampire movie, “Let Me In”, and read the lastest of those vampire books, Stephanie Meyer’s “The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner.” “Let Me in” was pretty good. It looked nice – lots of … Continue reading

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I don’t care about your book

So Julie Klausner, sometime comedian/comedy writer, wrote this book. I heard about it on the various websites, I read it, and I liked it. I think. Like many books and movies and TV shows and things, I think I spent … Continue reading

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