Monday, October 31, 2005

Read Nick Hornby

Read Nick Hornby. If you need a reason, start with The Polysyllabic Spree. This collection of essays on books and reading not only artfully reminds us why we read but leaves you craving more (or in my case, leaves you wanting to run to Borders and purchase armfuls of expensive books I'll never read.)

I love Nick Hornby. He makes me want to be more British. And he has a way of making me feel better about my humble intellect while leaving me simultaniously urged to learn. He loves good music (and has shockingly good taste!). He's easy and profound and funny as hell (well funny as looking through a window INTO hell where you can watch the bad people do the lava dance.)

Are there BAD people?

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