Thursday, October 02, 2008

I Was Sick For Four Days, Here is Tim Reid and White People


Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks. I think I may be sick again.

Eclipse by Erin Hunter. Some crapola about psychic space cats. Just read this nonsense: Lionpaw dreams of being undefeatable in battle, while Hollypaw longs to be a great leader and Jaypaw knows only he can see the true past and future for them all. Their strengths are tested when ThunderClan is suddenly attacked - and all four Clans are thrown into a battle unlike any the cats have ever seen.
Wait! It gets worse. This is from the author bio: Erin Hunter is inspired by a love of cats and a fascination with the ferocity of the natural world...Erin enjoys creating rich mythical explanations for animal bevahoir, shaped by her interest in astrology and standing stones.


Knitting Answer Book by Margaret Radcliffe. "Solutions to every problem you'll ever face, answers to every questions you'll ever ask."

Super Stitches Knitting: essential techniques plus a dictionary of more than 300 stitch patterns by Karen Hemingway. Many photos.

Stuff White People Like by Christian Lander. Marathons, '80s Night, Sarah Silverman, multilingual children, irony, natural medicine, Tyranena Biketoberfest.

The Day After He Left for Iraq by Melissa Seligman. One year of the author's time at Fort Campbell with a newborn and toddler while her husband is in Iraq. This is supposed to be an excellent book.

Aperberger's From the Inside Out by Michael John Carley. Personal advice from an adult with Asperberger'swhose also the father of a son with Asperberger's.

Tim & and Tom: an American comedy in black and white by Tim reid and Tom Dreesen. Tim Reid paired with Tom Dreesen in a comedy act in for five years but never quite hit the big time.
That Tim Reid is always good. He was in WKRP, Simon&Simon, Frank's Place, that stupid kids show with the twins, That '70s Show.

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Hot Mahogany by Stuart Woods.


Anonymous said...

Just so you know, Eclipse by Erin Hunter is part of a series that is about feral cats trying to survive in the wild with all the hardships they go through called Warriors.
Now unless you have read the past books, I suggest not saying anything about the book. And you just so happen to be talking about a Warriors book that's in it's THIRD series, otherwise called Power of Three, that's built around the prophecy 'There will be three, Kin of your kin, That will hold the power of the stars in their paws' and three cats who are supposedly the three.
And they happen to have powers that are to help the clans in something that is suppose to happen in future books.
Now, shut the heck up!!!!!!!! Or you will get bombarded by Warrior Fans.

Lake Mills Library said...

The Library has no comment on this comment. Except to write that it is very weird.