Is it Friday already? And I was just getting started.
God, what a week. I didn't get nearly enough done, but that's par for the course.
Now I'll respond to some of the posts.
Re E-books and comics. I totally understand how converting all text into digital information is inevitable and will help immensely regarding research and text books. Go for it, tekkies. But novels? Biographies? Poetry? Not gonna happen. And publishers that continue to invest in the idea are throwing good money after bad. E-comic? Not my thing at all, though I understand that's the only viable option for some cartoonists. Though I sort of look at it like I look at musicians playing in the subway, which is: "If you're any good, why are you playing in the subway?"
Re the "C-bomb," look — I hate that word too and rarely use it. But the thing is I HATE that woman, so it seemed entirely appropriate. Plus it was a pun on her name (a silly one, yes, but that's what puns are for). I also agree with the "we're all grown-ups" line. I think profanity is like Tabasco. If you use just enough of it at just ...