Man, David McCullough is THE MAN when it comes to historical biography. Go read everything by him. STUPENDOUS.
Today was pretty solid. For the first time in weeks I had the satisfaction of not understanding something (plane approximation in more than 2 dimensions, for the ultrageeks among ye), then "getting it" fully by the end of the day. Woop!
Tomorrow is costume shopping day for the next shoot. For those interested, I'll be buying a loincloth and some wings. Speculate as you like, BUT MY LIPS ARE SEALED.
Four days of proper updates in a row. Also, it's Tuesday, which meeeeannnnsss...
Thanks everyone for being so supportive of the new project. We're off to a really strong start, even though it's eating half my time and all of my bank account. Which reminds me, if you would like to support SMBC Theater, the best way possible right now is to subscribe to our youtube channel. It helps us look fancypants.
POW! Stay tuned for a new (and somewhat violent) SMBC Theater.
Also, for the curious, here's my current reading list. In case you think I'm the fastest reader ever, a bunch of those are short stories. BOOM:
Sept 2 - Alice in Wonderland
Sept 4 - Gold Coast
Sept 10 - In Cold Blood
Sept 10 - The Black Cat (Poe)
Sept 10 - The Pit and The Pendulum
Sept 10 - The Tell-Tale Heart
Sept 11 - Pigs is Pigs (Butler/0
Sept 11 - The Golden Key (MacDonald)
Sept 11 - The Nice People (Bunner)
Sept 11 - Taming the Bicycle (Twain)
Sept 11 - Duplicity of Hargraves
Sept 12 - Markheim
Sept 12 - The Children of the Zodiac (Kipling)
Sept 12 - Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Just started reading Douglas Adams, finally. Thanks to a lit degree, I'm fairly good with long dead authors, but less so with the recently passed. Wish me luck!
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