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Summer Reading
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Hello snarkmatrix! This summer, I’m doing a low-key video series where I talk about books between five and 500 years old that are not well-known but still worth reading. I guess you could say I’m digging in my own crates. Here’s the latest installment:

July 6, 2012 / Uncategorized

3 comments

Brian D says…

My favorite room I lived in was my sophomore year dorm room at Mason-Abbot Hall at Michigan State. Loft bed, big couch, NES, computer, and still lots of room for friends.

Ah, I think that might be my train ticket or a piece of trash from your floor that I used as a marker when I plucked that book off your shelf during a visit to SF in … probably 2008. You know, the year I fixed your bookshelf ?

or a piece of trash from your floor Oh gosh, Betty Ann, that was a delightful little tiny clause of mother-snark. 🙂

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