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A review of "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (Dimension Collector's Series)" — 4 years ago

NOT WORTH CONSUMING

This movie is absolutely awful. The cameos were clever and occasionally cute, but the main plot and charecters were just not interesting in any way.

A story about the last time I consumed "The Buffalo Creek Disaster: How the survivors of one of the worst disasters in coal-mining history brought suit against the coal company--and won" — 6 years ago

This was required reading for all the 1Ls at my law school… can’t say its the best thing i’ve ever read, but i’ll take it over case history from the early 1900s any day!

A story about "The Corrections: A Novel" — 7 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

This book is so depressing. The way the charecters interact, the little tradgedies of every life… and especially the end. I didn’t enjoy the book, and I’m not sold on all of the stylistic points, but it is very effective in making you squirm with annoyance and sorrow.

A story about the last time I consumed "Frankenstein (Signet Classics)" — 7 years ago

NOT WORTH CONSUMING

This is the second time I’ve read Frankenstein, and hte first was just a few months ago… but this time it was for class.

Definately not my style, with her overly formal writing, but the story itself is good.

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Sweet — 7 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

An interesting cheese, but too sweet— it feels like it should be an ingredient in a pastry! I had it spread on a digestive cracker, so maybe on something salty it would be better… but still, I’d reccomend eating it in small doses, and not alone. It would make part of a good dessert plate with chocolate and fruits, though.

A story about "The Art of Changing the Brain: Enriching the Practice of Teaching by Exploring the Biology of Learning" — 7 years ago

I read this book for a class taught by Dr. Zull. Its interesting, but it doesn’t have quite as much bio as I’d like.


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