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Break the rules, break the spines

Day 10 of the Advent Blogging adventure is about defacing books.

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This post was inspired by a retweet I saw from the New York Review of Books which said: “Margins are for scribbling, pages for folding, spines for breaking. 345 more words

General And Welcome

Progress (and Reads and Recs)

The holiday cards are coming along. They’re more like little books, actually. I’ll fill each with happy wishes and personal messages. Thirty constructed to date, 70 (or more) to go, and zero signed or sent. 354 more words


Obama issues executive order on immigration

On the night of November 20, U.S. President Barack Obama addressed the nation over what’s to be done about illegal immigration. In his address, he said his executive order will direct federal agencies to focus on undocumented immigrants with criminal records. 798 more words

Current Events

RIA Novosti: Soros’s War, by Daniel Zobov

Those of you who follow my blog will remember that Kevin Annett’s work has exposed Soros as participating in Satanic cults’ rituals of horror on children. 666 more words


Quote on a writer's ideal neighborhood

Even if my Manhattan productivity is powered by a sociopathic illusion of my own limitlessness, I’m thankful for it, at least when I’m writing. There’s a reason so many writers once lived here, beyond the convenient laundromats and the take-out food, the libraries and cafés.

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Manhood VS. Marriage: A Quick Film Tip

Yesterday The New York Review of Books published “Manhood Against Marriage” by Francine Prose, a review of Ruben Östlund’s new film Force Majeure… 100 more words