LiberryDwarf

September 23, 2009

“There is nothing like a challenge to bring out the best in man.”

Filed under: Books, News Articles, YouTube — liberrydwarf @ 11:11 am

Hello!  (Was going to say HAIFRAND after having been set the ridiculous challenge of saying HAIFRAND to at least three people a day for the whole week, but quickly worked out that it’s a stupid word and a stupid challenge anyway… grumble…)

Non stupid links time!

1) We can all go buy “The Lost Symbol” by Dan Brown now, lucky us eh? Just in case you’re wondering what could be in it – or what he might be putting in the next one – try your hand at the Interactive Dan Brown Plot Generator – guaranteed bestseller blurb! (Hey, if you look it up on Delicious.com maybe user “danbrown” has it tagged as “next_book”…)

2) News about J.R.R Tolkein that’s just come to light – in case you didn’t think he was awesome enough already!

3) Youtube – this week, see what cats REALLY do with catnip… (which, by the way, I am SO going out and buying and planting in my yard…)

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3 Comments »

  1. If you do plant catnip, be prepared to have all the cats of your neighborhood (maybe even the city) in your garden… Maybe inside is safer? 😉

    Comment by kalafudra — September 23, 2009 @ 6:57 pm

  2. We have catnip and our cat is seriously addicted… and high most of the time I guess.

    Cheers

    BC

    Comment by babychaos — September 25, 2009 @ 1:26 am

  3. Nooo – definitely outside!! 🙂

    Comment by liberrydwarf — October 2, 2009 @ 2:21 pm


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