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Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Hump Day Reading Assignment

posted by Jazz at 1/12/2005 04:22:00 PM

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Should you be lucky enough to actually have free time in which to seek out pleasant, engaging reading material, I'm going to save you some time spent searching and provide a list. (Warning: There may be a quiz on Friday.)

First, to set the background, it's always good to have some music. If you are reading this in a place where you can either crank up the speakers or put on your headphones, tune in to Altrok internet radio for some eclectic audio entertainment while browsing. (Bookmark this.)

On to the reading list for this week. I'll try to entice you.

Tata explains why she has such a hard time dealing with doctors. (Personally I think they're all just trying to get her to undress. Especially that creepy eye doctor. But that's probably just me.)

Sideways meets Star Wars, from a waiter's perspective.

Howard Dean may just be barking up the wrong tree. Waveflux explains why.

A lovely (and winning!) piece of poetry on the magic of love, from Blogosphere Zoo.

A meditation on the joys (or lack thereof) of Yoga, watching the Jets, and hoping to get laid more often, courtesy of Brutal Honesty.

Five rules to follow if you're hoping to get NYC Babylon naked.

Why is Angela Bowers (of Tales from under the bar) a Dirty Old Lady?

Go forth, read, laugh, eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow Dubya will still be the president.