Woman battles serious book dependency problem ...
Everybody should print this out and stick it on their walls. Take it as a manifesto of sorts.In fact, we should print it out, photocopy it, paste it everywhere, guerrilla style. That'll learn 'em. (Okay, perhaps not but I'm sure it'll be cathartic.)
off topic:Guardian's 50 Best Adaptations:http://film.guardian.co.uk/features/featurepages/0,,1788203,00.html
and how to make a story come to life:http://film.guardian.co.uk/features/featurepages/0,,1788197,00.html
dammit, the links didn't come out. here they are again:http://film.guardian.co.uk/features/featurepages/0,,1788203,00.htmlhttp://film.guardian.co.uk/features/featurepages/0,,1788197,00.html
Hi, the visitorI'm also a silent frequenter of your blog. I enjoy reading your posts. Especially the one about Renee French. Hehehe.
I'm worried that the core of this problem is lack of respect and appreciation for books, writing, literature, language or even probably knowledge. Along with the lack of respect for other people's property, which only makes it at least doubly worse.
Shahrul,till today, i still dont know who that Renee French is! but wat a babe!
i dunno who renee french is ...but it was renee koh who wrote this piece on care for booksand it was intended to be cut out of the magazine and pasted upvisitor - i think i linked to those articles a few days ago and did it for you especially ... let me check
no wonder, those articles looked familiar.DOH!
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