January 8th, 2005

Due South

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Am drinkin wine (my willpower finally gave way and my self-imposed alcohol exile is at an end), eating cheese and reading Sandman when I realized that Gaiman (or his editors) spelled the word "grey" on one page and then "gray" three pages later.

In other news, MHT3K12 comes out either tonight or tomorrow, and in the same timeframe I shall post a Bellatrix/Sirius drabblish. There's probably more I should be reported, but *shrug*.
Due South

Authors I should read, but haven't

GK Chesterton
James Joyce
JD Salinger (Okay, just Catcher in the Rye)
Kurt Vonnegut
HP Lovecraft

Umm, any suggestions? I'm in the mood for a good, lit-type read, even though I don't really have time to do so. Rec me something. Because I don't already have a dozen unread books at my Toronto address, to go with the ten dozen unread books in Hamilton.

PS - Today I learned what an Ourobouros is. And wished I had kept in contact with a friend from high school.

PS 2 - "Peacekeeping: When nations do nations have a right to interfere?" Good topic for an IR paper? With an obvious slant on Canada's involvement, of course, because the one things that drives me the craziest about my IR class is that our prof has mentioned Canada's role twice so far this year. Keep in mind that this is a full year's course.