LiberryDwarf

March 20, 2008

“She’s not crazy, it’s just the litany of the (quarter)-life crisis.” Me and Tom Cruise both…

Filed under: Books, Comics, Humor, movies, YouTube — liberrydwarf @ 9:22 am

Yay! Long weekend! Plus Birthday weekend! Double celebration…sorry this week’s installment is late, but teaching back to back classes on Banking resources all week drains the ability to do anything except drool and watch The Biggest Loser right out of you… Now I’ve regained some of my usual peppiness, have some links!

1) Just in case you don’t have NEARLY enough to read, or to do with your books once you’ve read them, everything any bibliophile could ever need in a We 2.0 world can be found in this list of 80 Online Resources for Book Lovers. Hmm, that takes care of MY Easter long weekend.. *sob* I just can’t help myself, can I?

2) If you like your webcomics with a little intelligent wit and a passion for the crazy stories of world history, check out Kate Beaton’s work.  Very cute, smirk-worthily funny, and if you can find a clean one, guaranteed to brighten up any highschool history lesson…

3) Finally, what happens when you mashup Tarantino with the Muppets? (No, not Muppets Wizard of Oz. Well yes, true, but think more classic Tarantino…) Yes, folks, you do indeed get… Pulp Muppets…

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2 Comments »

  1. The Pulp Muppets are great. Especially Eric Stoltz 😛

    It’s mean, posting the 80 resources. When will I ever be able to stay away from the computer now?

    Comment by kalafudra — March 20, 2008 @ 7:30 pm

  2. oh, and Happy Birthday!

    Comment by kalafudra — March 20, 2008 @ 7:31 pm


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