Guardian

I just can’t do it. And I can do a lot. But I can’t do this.

Currently on the nightstand: The Stepford Wives

Don’t you think that should be an entry field on LJ? I’d like to replace the mood tag with that. I figure my post probably adequately conveys my mood.

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10 responses to this post.

  1. There is no dishonor in that. It’s a good surrender, an honorable surrender.
    There’s another blog site that has a “Currently Reading” field. Perhaps we just need to fake it.

    Currently Reading: Surely You’re Joking Mr. Feynman! (Adventures of a Curious Character) by Richard Feynman

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  2. There is no dishonor in that. It’s a good surrender, an honorable surrender.
    There’s another blog site that has a “Currently Reading” field. Perhaps we just need to fake it.

    Currently Reading: Surely You’re Joking Mr. Feynman! (Adventures of a Curious Character) by Richard Feynman

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  3. I take it you mean the Ira Levin book, and not the old, good movie — as opposed to the new, unbelievably awful movie.

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  4. I take it you mean the Ira Levin book, and not the old, good movie — as opposed to the new, unbelievably awful movie.

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    • Yes, I have jettisoned Guardian I which was written (and self published) by electricrocket‘s coworker.
      So now I’m concentrating on Stepford Wives by Ira Levin. I’ve seen the terrible new movie, but not the good old one.

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  5. Okay, let’s start a revolution! I’m going to try to remember to end each post with my current reading.

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  6. Yes, I have jettisoned Guardian I which was written (and self published) by electricrocket‘s coworker.
    So now I’m concentrating on Stepford Wives by Ira Levin. I’ve seen the terrible new movie, but not the good old one.

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  7. Viva la revolucion!

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