Seeringly satirical swipe at Bush era US politics. You have to hand it to Moore, he doesn’t beat around the bush, but instead takes broad swipes at the legitimacy of Bush’s election, his literacy, race politics, US education and environmental policy, all with vehement satire.
sorbet87's Life List
1. Live in at least 10 different countries
2. go to the dogs
3. Attend the Eurovision Song Contest
4. read the greatest books ever written
5. Attend a film premiere
7. drive a car at top speed
8. complete my profile as a freelancer
How I did it: Step 1: Cut out caffeine- pretty easy, I merely switched to decaf optionsStep 2: Stop worries from entering the pre-bed space. I did this by turning off my mobile at 10pm and swapping my browser to one that doesn't have automatic email or social media alertsStep 3: The routine: at 9.30 I record a short video diary to analyse the day, at around 10 I do some stretches with relaxing music and then brush my teeth and read or listen to an audi… Read how I did it…
How I did it: I started buying 4 or 5 basic ingredients and committing to cooking (rather than simply microwaving) at least 1 meal per week. It was slow going at first, and I was only making pasta- not even very good pasta. But as time progressed I began to tackle puddings, meat and fish. These days, I'm not claiming to be any kind of culinary whizz but I do cook for myself every night :) You can check out my entrie… Read how I did it…
How I did it: This is a goal from the 101 Things To Do Before You Die book!In terms of hoaxes I count: my sixth-form muck up day in 2005- which got well out of hand and ended up including (it was a team effort) releasing insects inside cling film and jelly over the loos St Jibblings' national no-homework day chalk drawings around school and more chaos In terms of pranks: An ex and I had a huge slanging match and fake public breakup over facebo… Read how I did it…
The nautical tale of one man’s half-starved struggle to conquer an enormous fish- laced with intricate symbolism and incredible poignancy, this is guaranteed to tug at the heartstrings. You will be glad you took the time to bring this emotional tale into your life.
A joy to read, this medieval mystery of monk murders is ingenious to the end. It features a host of engaging characters. William of Baskerville is the Holmes-ian foreign monk brought to the monastery to explain repeated murders that centre around a secret library and disappearing book. His novice Adso recounts the adventures and plays his Watson. Together they follow the clues and deduce the elements of the mystery.