Practical Programming for Strength Training by Rippetoe and Baker.
The Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson
The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown (my latest escapism fiction)
You Get So Alone At Times That It Just Makes Sense by Bukowski (usually one I thumb through and read when I don't have much time to read)
Charles Bukowski - How Is Your Heart?
during my worst times
on the park benches
in the jails
or living with
I always had this certain
I wouldn't call it
happiness- it was more of an inner
that settled for
whatever was occuring
and it helped in the
and when relationships
wars and the
the backalley fights
to awaken in a cheap room
in a strange city and
pull up the shade-
this was the craziest kind of
and to walk across the floor
to an old dresser with a
see myself, ugly,
grinning at it all.
what matters most is
how well you
walk through the
I've started two books recently -- a nonfiction about sensory defensiveness I've been wanting to get to for about 5 years now, called Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight. And also The Book Thief.
After rereading "Breakfast of Champions" by Kurt Vonnegut I started reading "The Laundry Files" series by Charles Stross based on the recommendation of some crazy overall wearing Scotsman. Awesome series outer gods and computer hacking mashed together.
I recently finished 'the nightmare stacks' which is the most recent chapter in the laundry files.
Though right now. I am having to stave off a pooch trying to climb into my lap.
Because even though he's got no time for me if there are more interesting people around... We are apparently thunder buddies for life.
When you hear the sound of thunder,
don't you get too scared
Just grab your thunder buddy,
and say these magic words:
F**k you, Thunder! You can suck my d!!k
You can't get me,Thunder,
because you're just God's farts