I think this is the first time that I've typed in the Quote of the day before I've started the entry.
I finished reading The Communist Manifesto today; I also finished writing the rough draft of my critique on the book. It's about four pages long, double-space, with a big font (New York).
My Episode I Poster still hasn't come in yet. My mom called to see what's going on over there, and they said it was backordered, which I guess translates into the following: "You'll be a senior citizen when we get around to shipping it out to you, and you probably won't even remember seeing the movie, much less will you even be interested in having the poster on your wall." Oh, bothersome.
I've just added a new feature to this web site: anchors. It's something I've been avoiding for quite a while, mostly out of laziness.
I think I'm going to cut this one short and go web surfing.
Quote of the day: "WORKING MEN OF ALL COUNTRIES, UNITE!" -from The Communist Manifesto, by Karl Marx and Freiderich Engels