sorbet87

'No matter what happens, or how bad it seems today, life does go on'



I'm doing 8 things
 

How I did it
How to develop a calming night routine
It took me
2 months
It made me
sleep better


How to learn to cook
It took me
3 years
It made me
culinary


How to get away with the perfect practical joke or hoax
It took me
10 years
It made me
mischievious


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Stupid White Men- Michael Moore

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.



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The Old Man and the Sea - Ernest Hemingway

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.



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The Name of the Rose- Umberto Eco

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.



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