Stuff, basically at random:
The book that turned this kid's creative world upside down? Hairstyles of the Damned by Joe Meno. He loaned it to me for a read, and it's good stuff. Check it out.
Which should I do?
Go to Barnes & Noble! Drink really bad coffee! Lounge in huge comfy armchairs! Write like a real cafe writer! Read children's books!
Stay home where it 's warm and non-snowy! Order pizza! Work on your short story! Read something!
If I go to the bookstore, which of the following should I do?
Read children's books for free at the expense of corporate America
buy a book and *then* read it, you stingy bastard.
read children's books for free but make up for it by buying coffee and scones!
Hang around the children's book section giving advice to confused parents about what they should let their child read (I did this one last night. It was fun.)
All of the above.
If I stay at home, which of the following should I do?
read the first book in Robin Hobb's Farseer Trilogy.
read the first book in Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials Trilogy.
finish reading Lolita, you slacker.
make that post about the Kinsey Scale I promised (which I haven't forgotten about; it's just that making polls wins over socio-political rant-making, hands down every time.)
Watch back episodes of House. HUGH LAURIE!
Should I have had ticky box answers for the last two questions?
Yes! Who wants to get stuck with just one choice? Please.
No, because the whole point of pollmaking is to *pick* an answer? Hello?
uh... where's the ticky?
I really, really *hate* the @#&*!$ ticky box.
I want everyone who reads this to ask me 3 questions. Any 3, no matter how personal, dirty, private, or random. I have to answer them honestly. In turn, you have to post this message in your own journal and you have to answer the questions that are asked to you.