Friday, February 20, 2004

Well, if the King of Cambodia's for it, I don't really see how anyone can kick over.

And if you don't go in for monarchs, you might be swayed by the photographic evidence. How cute? Very cute.

All of which is a little to the left of the usual programming here at Bibliophagus, but it's one of those Issues of Our Times that we'll be able to tell our grandkids we were around for. Back in the dark old days, when gay folks couldn't get married and all the contestants on The Bachelor were women. Yeah. Back then, kids.

In other news, running at 6 am today was a wonderland of dampness and fog. One day of sunshine, apparently, is all we're going to get out of the PNW in February. Well, things could be worse. It could be raining.

Tuesday, February 17, 2004

And suddenly it's February. I'm turning over a new leaf, I swear. I've just added a few new links to the template sidebar, and will add more when I have some time on my hands. I'd forgotten about the Charleston Advisor; it's a great resource, and I'm glad my colleague Emily McElroy reminded me of it recently. Speaking of, Emily's got a great blog of her own that I've bookmarked. It's The Friends of Emily Society.

Go, read.