Saturday, March 04, 2006

Old Stuff

But first:

Currently Listening To: That blasted ticking sound my hard drive makes

Ah well...

So I'm done with all my homework for this weekend. I always do it early because I'm not allowed to use the computer on Saturday until my homework's done. So that English Project is out of the way. Thank God.

Okay I finished doing my email thing. I was just thinking about those books, Redwall. How many of you people read those? They were pretty awesome; a bunch of rodents killing eachother. I always had trouble picturing the badgers. Were they, like, huge? Or roughly the same size as everybody else. You'd think the hares would be the biggest. And weren't all the books, like, the same? Maybe it was just me.

What about Animorphs? Those were those old books about the people with the power to turn into animals. Those were funny.

Alright I have to go now, I promise I'll try to blog later: LOTW today.

Hey, I'm going to the tile place. Maybe I'll get Jen tile samples for her birthday! Cheap and convenient.

Yes, I am kidding.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

sam, are you going to jen's party? because she said she wasn't inviting you...

Leah said...

Yeah, I read Redwall, though I stopped at the trilogy. It was good, but my dad said it was a ripoff of Tolkien. I stayed carefully away from the Animorphs. Just looked to stupid. I'm reading The Three Musketeers right now, which is actually pretty good (though don't ask how Frankenstein is). The only negative is avoiding the impulse to geekily do sword-dueling moves.

Jeff said...

Although I didn't read the Redwall books, I know someone who did (Maeve). She basically agreed with your assesment, they were all basically the same plot with different characters or something. I read The Three Musketeers! I love that book! I can't say that I avoided the impulse to geekily do sword-dueling moves, though...

Jeff said...

Although I didn't read the Redwall books, I know someone who did (Maeve). She basically agreed with your assesment, they were all basically the same plot with different characters or something. I read The Three Musketeers! I love that book! I can't say that I avoided the impulse to geekily do sword-dueling moves, though...

Jeff said...

Whoops! Double post...I blame it on Todd.

Dain said...

Well, I read the animorphs for a little while. They were odd, but very appeling in some way. They just got boring after the first 10 that I read. THERE IS WAY TO MANY!!!!!!!
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hong said...

YOU'RE DONE YOUR ENGLISH PROJECT? WHICH ONE DID YOU DO? I STILL HAVE HALF MY BOOK LEFT...
did you do the newspaper article? I don't knowwhat it's supposed to be.. it wasn't very specific; do you just right a pageish on a random happening in the book?

Carissa said...

Redwall... i started to read that in 3rd grade but found it boring and long. maybe i should try it again. and animorphs was pretty good. i second Hong's question

Abby said...

i read a couple, but... eh, I dont know, they weren't books I would read again.