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Monday, April 10, 2006
Puppets are good. Huge puppets, like these from Andrew Kim, are awesome!

The 2006 edition of "who reads what" is out, and like every other year, it's really interesting. (Ruth Bader Ginsburg is reading Sandra Day O'Connor's book. Hee.)

Also, it turns out that British men nominate very different books than women when listing their most inspiring and/or life-changing reads. Once again, my picks are more like the men's. I'm not really sure what this says about me. Maybe I need to read some Jane Austen and see how I feel.

For the kids: Ramona Quimby says that this Wednesday is Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) Day, in honor of Beverly Cleary's birthday. So get ready.

And finally, to end on a surreal note, Stuckey and Murray's "Unicorn in C Minor" is hilarious, although not work-safe. You've been warned.

Jinnet @ 4/10/2006 : comments: 1
Comments: 1

6:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous: Ok. Alright. Who are these women who read these books? Why do I not know any of them? Do they handpick those surveyed to prove a hypothesis? Is it a conspiracy? Beanne, we CANNOT be that unique.

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