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William Shakespeare, Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Dickins, Emily Dickinson.
Favorite: Usual Suspects. "The best trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he wasn't real." Or something like that. Lol.
Least Favorite: Underworld. Another leather-filled fake horror flick. And I hate werewolves; I think they're stupid and not scary.
Woohoo! Supernatural day! (I'm totally gonna steal our DVDs from home this weekend and lend them to Melissa down the hall, because I'm definitely going to convert her to an SPN fan.)
( Pictures, because I feel like it. )
Criminal Minds last night was, yet again, predictable. I knew it was a woman from the beginning, and it took boy genius 'till 9:35 to get it. And I knew his daddy did it, too. But still, I love boy genius, so it was a good episode because it focused on boy genius. Lol. Oh, and I am gonna miss J.J. when she goes on maternity leave.
However, without the Internet, I'd be in the library to do my homework all the time. Research would be next-to-impossible. Well, it would be really time-consuming, at least.
-- "Welcome to higher education."
I remember the Harry Potter fiasco that went down while I was in grammar and high school. At least one friend was told by her mother that she couldn't read them anymore and she had to secretly borrow them from someone else. . . . Thankfully, my mom was totally okay with Harry Potter. She read them herself. At first she insisted on reading them before we did (well, after we read number one in fourth grade), but later on she just let us go with it and she'd read them after Matt read them after I read them (because they were always my books).
I understand the appeal of the internet, and personally prefer it for reading the news, but I truly hope that books stick around forever. I love books, the way they feel, smell, look. I can't stand to read books on a computer or laptop or PDA. My dad thinks I'm crazy because the PDA is so much easier, but I adore my books and will never give them up.
May I just ask, though. Why does X-Files get a birthday question, but Star Trek didn't? I mean, Star Trek's 42nd Birthday was Monday! X-Files is only, what, 15.