First time I've been to a theater in...fuck, I don't know how long. 7, 8, maybe more years? Whatever. Only reason I went too (and it's actually pretty close to me!) was because my older brother was in town. Haven't seen him in a while, so we went with my bigger little brother to do some shit. More on my older brother later, maybe.
The movie itself was all right. Nothing too good, nothing too bad. My bigger little brother said it was "just something you could read", which
As noted before in a previous blog, the head of the nefarious Team Gear are the Crown Gears which, akin to Mars,Jupiter,Saturn and Archer,Proton,Petrol,Athena, are the big time leaders of the grunts and the ones in charge of major operations.
The second Crown Gear is a young women by the name of Becky (Querel クレル). She's a pretty classy lady who struts around in a black cocktail address adorned with a golden gear pattern on the back covering up the zipper. Like the rest of
Hello again. =) How have you been?
There, I suck. Can't leave this damn place for more than four months. At least my grades are excellent. That should make up for my being here. And I get into an AP class. And college classes for dual credit.
Er-hem. A review of a book I recently read.
For all its faults, The German Mujahid (which is called An Unfinished Business in British English), is a complex, multilayered novel that speaks on many levels at once—some meant to be blatantly obvious; others subtler, better discovered with the patience of careful reading.
The (obvious) plot of the novel is Malrich’s comparison of Islamic fundamentalists with Nazis: the analogy works, but only to a point, and there are