Not having the source of the Hodgman joke come through on Twitter definitely causes contention for me. I was about to embark on a discussion about eBooks v paper books, but knowing it was Hodgman and a joke book on books, I realize I may not totally get the point.
How's that book, anyway?
All I do nowadays is bitch, bitch, bitch. . .. :b
--The_Lex Fri Jun 4 09:53:26 2010
Yeah, this was a good example of Twitter's 140 limit biting me-- I had to ignore usual "spaces after puncuation" rules to cram it in there.
The book is funny! It's funny, the lowbrow part of me kind of hoped I'd enjoy the old "Best of MAD" collection more, but it's the middlebrow New Yorker's Shouts and Murmurs compilation and this McSweeny's thing that really makes me laugh.
--Kirk Fri Jun 4 10:17:01 2010
And I would say, "Dateline: To Catch a Predator: Humbert Humbert" was the funniest title I reads in a while (though the thing itself was a little more hit or miss for me)
--Kirk Fri Jun 4 10:21:41 2010
Will have to give the book a look.
--The_Lex Fri Jun 4 17:15:58 2010
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