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Saturday, August 27, 2005

I don't know how I did this to myself. Actually, I do know. My eyes got bigger than my, well, eyes, in this case. I've lost track of all the books I've borrowed from the library, purchased, or um, borrowed digitally. These include, but are not limited to:
  • Sudden Fiction: American Short-Short Stories edited by Shaparo and Thomas
  • The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Presents America (The Book): A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction
  • Collected Stories by Gabriel García Márquez
  • The Notebook of Anton Checkhov by guess who
  • Torso and Fire by Brian Bendis
  • Not to mention about 5 books on writing that I'm just picking at bit by bit
Ah, how the sin of gluttony often goes beyond the stomach.

So, the agenda for today? To go down to the Commons, of course, to see if this indy record store that I know has an above-average Sons of Champlin selection has the new CD, of course.

  1. I forgot to add Aliens in America: The Strange Truth About Our Souls by Peter Augustine Lawler, which is sort of the anti-Bobos in Paradise.
  2. The response I got from the scruffy indy record store guy: "I thought Secret was the last one. Last Tuesday? Really?" So, I had no choice but to do what I've done all of twice before, but order it. Now that I think about it, the last time I ordered a CD, it was a Champlin one.


B said...

Isn't it fun to have a tons of books that you are reading at once. My attentions span is so short now I've gotta have several pieces to bid my time and let's not forget about magazines, newpapers and internet readin etc. etc.

Steve VH said...

Listen to the audio version of Jon Stewart, it's hilarious.

defiant goddess said...

You just reminded me I've got $4.50 in library fines to pay. Oi.