Day ten and the final count down begins.
They say this goat was born with it's fur like this. What do you think... real or fake?
This was Pearl Jam's debut album. This cover is the vinyl record cover. I like vinyl best. We heard this one a lot at my house back in the days when B-Wreck, who you don't hear much about, was still at home. He and Bear really gave it a work out.
You may recall that Pearl Jam sponsored Seabiscuit, the winning turtle in The Great Turtle Race - National Geographic. For those of you who followed Ooodles of Funch at that time, you will recall that billy pilgrim at anubis, anubis, anubis introduced me/ us to the race... fun stuffs!
I found this site and the title gave me a laugh. But its an interesting bit that makes some very good points about the quality of what we learn and how long that takes to truly learn how to program.
I do not twitter yet. Don't know if I will. Mostly I simply do not know how to "twitter"and so avoid trying. Yes, very mature of me. So when I saw this site, I thought okay, this is my chance to learn something and maybe feel a bit better about trying the twitter thing. I still do not twitter. But at least I know a few things.
TEN BOOKS I INTEND TO READ THIS SUMMER
God Bless You Mr. Rosewater / VONNEGUT•COM -- The Official Website of Kurt Vonnegut
World War: Tilting the Balance / HARRY TURTLEDOVE WEBSITE
Infinite Jest / David Foster Wallace
Incantation / Alice Hoffman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Book Thief / Markus Zusak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Zookeeper's Wife / Home - Diane Ackerman
Saturn's Children / Charles Stross - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zoe's Tale / Scalzi.com -- The online home of writer John Scalzi
Dexter by Design / Jeff Lindsay (writer) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Book #10 : This is a book about the Red Sox... I've got it written down somewhere and can't find it yet. It's in one of these piles on my desk. But I'm going to read it damn it!
I still have plenty of time to read more... got any suggestions. I like all genre except and please do not suggest any gothic romances... yikes!
We need a bit of levity... so here is Mel's take on "THE TEN COMMANDMENTS"