brianpeel

brianpeel  asked:

Not a blog, but anyone looking to understand current events should read Paris 1919: Six Months That Changed The World by Margaret MacMillan. It goes into great detail about the first six months of the Paris Peace Conference, which played a huge role in shaping the world as we know it today. There was also a documentary made about it. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to understand the modern world.

older-and-far-away replied to your post: I’m looking at all the books on my Kindle like…

            But can you swim in them?

Once I am able to upload my consciousness to the Internet, I will be. AND IT WILL BE AMAZING. 

Life is like a hurricane, here on the Interwebz

brianpeel replied to your post: A playlist: Overplays

Have you heard the original Book Of Love, by The Magnetic Fields? I think you’d like it. And them.

I have, and I actually like Peter Gabriel’s version better……my bad. I haven’t liked much of the Magnetic Fields that I’ve listened to, which is strange. But, hey. It happens. I only have so many feels, and most of them are concentrated on television. 

benofalltrades replied to your quote: “They kissed for the first time then in the cold…

ERICA!! congratulations, you have now convinced me to read neil gaiman..your influence on me and you share of my brain continues to grow

BEN! Good. Neil Gaiman is good for your brain. He makes it happy and warm and amazing. Definitely read American Gods. I have a feeling it is just the book for you. But Stardust is my favorite. And Coraline. And Neverwhere. And Sandman. Prepare for more quote spam until next week when I see his visage in the flesh in front of my very eyes.