Twilight: In Which I Am Extremely Lost
Here is where precision could matter, a piece of foreshadowing dropped as Bella considers that that which is eternal can clearly still change and adapt... as the forest does. As the vampires do. As Bella may.
An old post of mine from 2009, I'm Famous, Well, Sort Of, was linked to from imdb.com. "imdb" stands for "Internet Movie Data Base", so I was kind of confused, but it turns out they have a discussion board with non-movie related topics, too. Who knew? Anyway, someone there liked my post.
April is National Poetry Month!
In honor of such an auspicious event, I propose this: if you comment on this blog post with a) the title and poet of your favorite poem, or just a poem that you like a lot, and b) a sentence or two about why you like that particular poem so much, I will post the poem and your explanation sometime during April.
Twilight: Hot! Google! Action!
This is the foundation on which we will rest the existence of the Cullens and yet it seems sort of fitting that the world-building in a book about lying liars who lie be based on a blatant misquote of Rousseau.
In case you missed this
Hundreds of Afghan women are languishing in prison for so-called moral crimes, which include running away from home and having sex outside marriage, campaign group Human Rights Watch said Wednesday.
Physicists at the University of California, San Diego have discovered patterns which underlie the properties of a new state of matter.
Things you can do
(Trigger Warning: racially charged murder [again])
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