• Free Banned Books!

    Unfortunately, I did not get off the ground fast enough to tell you about the September 21 BookCrossing event for Banned Books Week. Bookcrossing.com, in case you’re not familiar with it, is an organization that encourages you to leave a free book in a public place. The finder reads it, logs a journal entry, and passes it along in the same method. On Sunday, they planned the following special book release event:

    RELEASE ZONE: On the steps of your local city hall (city government office)
    RELEASE METHOD: A well-labeled book, ideally from the 100 Most-Challenged list, left on or near the steps, and protected from the elements as needed. You might get creative by “hanging” the book from a tree limb, or “jailing” it inside a small cage, etc. Use your imagination, and try to take pictures!
    RELEASE TIME: Sunday, September 21st, at sunset wherever you live.

    But just because you didn’t do it on Sunday, that doesn’t mean you can’t do it any time during the week. Free a banned book!

    [ As seen at the Banned Books Project ]

    Monday, September 22nd, 2003 at 06:07
  • Monday, September 22nd, 2003 at 06:51 | #1

    The day after a Saints loss

    The Saints stunk it up pretty good yesterday. There is something wrong with this team. This is not a team that wants to fight. They want to get ahead early and coast. I don

  • Tuesday, September 23rd, 2003 at 19:37 | #2

    Gah! And HOW many days ago did I send you that?

    grumble, grumble…lazy rat bastard…grumble…see if you ever get any more contributions out of *my* ass.

  • Tuesday, September 23rd, 2003 at 22:34 | #3

    Um…Friday night…late…

    I didn’t even create the frickin’ blog until Saturday. Oh. I guess I just proved your point, eh? Never mind.

    And, by the way, ewwwwww.

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