This is a spot to talk about and recommend books. Myself, I have never read a book, and welcome your suggestions. A problem I should first mention is that I cannot actually read. Whatever book you recommend for me should be rather basic. You might wonder how I am writing this, and I will tell you that it is by dint of happy accident alone. I was trepanning my friend Karl (long story) when the drill bit flew off and became impaled in my brain. Before this, I could not even write my own stupid ass hole name. Nor could I speak. I'm doing better now, thank you. So for me, please keep your suggestions simple. For yourselves, recommend and discuss whatever you like.
- I still can't read. The doctors told me a piece of the drill bit broke off in my left parietal lobe. Whatever. The brain is a large organ and I get by well enough. I've been having Karl read my the collected works of American literary legend and canon stalwart Thomas Leo Clancy. I marvel at his prescience. For example, he predicted the time George W. Bush drove into a McDonald's ball pit while high on bathroom cleaner six full minutes before it happened. Remarkable.
- [abruptyl turns head 90 degrees in the middle of talking to someone, but you can tell there's something slightly off this time, an almost imperceptible difference in my life force, perhaps due to increased age, perhaps from what I ate this morning, the ineluctable truth here being that no matter how minute, the difference is there, and in a world where context is paramount and the tiniest of changes to content delivery can altogether shift the tides of irony in an instant, this disparity cannot be ignored] that's bloard, baby
- [quote=yoshifanatic1488;%2Fbloards%2FBook_bloard%2Ftopics%2Fwelcome-to-book-bloard%2Fposts%2F3272] catching up on a weeks worth of bloard posts is the equivalent of reading a gaddis novel in terms of intellectual value [/quote] The Bloardignitions by Swann JK by Swann Bloarder's Gothic by "You Guessed It..." Swann