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Sun light. There is nothing new under the sun, but we are all thankful to get each new day to remember loved ones.The Obama Death Panel professionals are applying for jobs and being hired as we speak.
I find him profoundly distressing and troubling.
I thought he was sweet and dear. Different strokes... :)
Based on his last interview Maurie wasn't a very pleasant man.Bitter, angry and an unhappy atheist.What's to like?
I thought it was the Gatsby sentence offered a little early.traditionalguy said...Sun light. There is nothing new under the sun, but we are all thankful to get each new day to remember loved ones.The Obama Death Panel professionals are applying for jobs and being hired as we speak.Actually, no. They're having trouble getting people to join what essentially would be a permanent Wannsee Conference.Can't imagine why.
So Lucky To Be DenseThere ain't no way outWe all gotta dieMy nightmares tell me so;Luckily, when the sun comes upIt all goes away:Stupid's definitely the way to go.
"I thought it was the Gatsby sentence offered a little early."I wondered if Althouse had switched to a new book.
Let the wild rumpus begin
Gorgeous, beautiful book.Why do they hate him so much? Is everything politics?
I met the man. Cranky, ungracious, unpleasant, unhappy, bitter -- nothing remotely "dear" about him. "Where the Wild Things Are" is quite possibly be the greatest picture book ever created, and Sendak's illustrations from the 50s and 60s for books by other authors are wonderful. However, his picture books following "Wild Things" are self-indulgent and strange -- weird clunky writing like that in the book shown here, surrealistic pictures, incomprehensible story lines. I've never known a child who asked to have an adult read one aloud more than once, nor met an adult who wanted to.
"They" don't hate him. He hates everything and everyone and it shows in his writing. Illustrations, no, not so much, but writing, yes. Mrs whatsit is right kids don't like his writing.
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