October 13th, 2008

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Snob Lotion, It’s Perfect for Snobs

You tell ‘em, stranger!

Okay, in order to catch up here at MyLifeComics, I’m posting TWO comics a day until Friday hits. Isn’t that a bunch of awesome? You don’t have to answer that. It was rhetorical.

Headlights crest the hill
Shadows pass her by and out of sight
Annie sees her dreams:
Friday BINGO, pigeons in the park

- “Annie Waits” by Ben Folds Five

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Letting It Do Its Thing


Actually, I have a second carbon monoxide detector plugged in elsewhere, but I’ve been waiting for the old one’s battery to just die out. Let me tell you, those warnings LIE. As of writing this post [10/13/08], some two weeks later, the thing is buried deep in my closet and still beeping. Hm, that warrants repeating: still beeping. Low battery, my ass!


Well, I’m stubborn enough now to just wait it out…

REMINDER: I’m posting TWO comics a day until the week is over. Check below for an earlier comic!

I lived in lies all my life,
And I’ve been living here for a long, long time,
And I know its been coming down a while now,
When it shows, then you get me on the dial,
But right now you’re half way around the world,
Maybe I’ll see better days, but I’m not so sure I will.

- “Art Isn’t Real” by Deer Tick
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Some e-book suggestions?

So, I'm in need of some good (free) e-book suggestions. I've already hit up Little Brother by Cory Doctorow, a really bad space opera book by Marion Zimmer Bradly (mini-review forthcoming), and am now starting War For the Oaks by Emma Bull. If possible, the books would be in PDF form for easy, offline reading.

Better yet, if you're a publisher or whatnot, send me some review copies and I'll see what I can do with them.

Come on, help a bibliophile out!