Tomorrow will be 26 degrees colder than today. Right before people will go trick or treating. Darn.
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“Before the war, the world was wide and attractive. During the war, however, it was cruel.”
“The best way to let air into the house is to open the windows.”
God, people, this novel almost killed my brain. It’s like an endless Facebook page of a very pompous person where inconsequential, boring stories alternate with Paulo Coelho-type wisdoms like the ones I quoted above.
The novel is very popular, so I guess there are enough people who have the ADHD brains that like the narrative which goes something like this: “Once, I was in Sweden and a guy told me he had a neighbor who told him a story about flowers. Flowers are beautiful. Beauty is important. Knowledge is also important. There is an article I once read about the importance of knowledge. I read it on a trip to Estonia where we discussed birds. I like birds. They remind me of sandwiches. There was a lot of hunger during the war and people didn’t have sandwiches. Or even bread. It’s sad when people are hungry. Once we went to the movies and ate pop corn. I like popcorn. Hunger, though, I don’t like.”
It was almost physically painful.
By the way, those who are reading Hillary’s What Happened, how does she explain keeping around that perv Huma? Why was the campaign sacrificed to Huma’s diseased sexual preferences? This was the most mystifying part of the whole sorry mess.