Friday, July 15, 2005

I'm up now, mark

I got my special edition of the Asthma book. I am thrilled.

I have to write a book review of a very controversial new book for the Gazette. The deadline is looming. And I don't know how to write this thing. Situational writer's block.

This is from my grade two report card: "Jonny likes to tell jokes and stories. He takes pride in spelling words correctly. His printing could be more legible."


Daniel Sendecki said...

I'll get you going, just substitute X, Y and Z as you see fit:

In the work of X, a predominant concept is the concept of Y. However, the subject is interpolated into a narrative that includes truth as a Z.

The primary theme of the works of X is the role of the Z as Y. Thus, the Z distinction which is a central theme of X's narrative emerges again in Y.

The subject is contextualised into a postcultural textual theory that includes Z. However, X implies that we have to choose between the subcultural paradigm of reality and Y.

There you go. Enjoy your weekend!

asthma_boy said...

perfect! and here i was about to plagiarize!


Mark said...

Good morning!

asthma_boy said...

let's eat lucky charms, watch spiderman and then ride our bikes.

John W. MacDonald said...

Dear Comedic Pope JPF,
Please describe said 'special edition'. What makes it special? Other than its cool blackness. Is its cover made from the skin of a (black) spring lamb or is it just the first copy of the new edition?

asthma_boy said...

it's got 50% fewer typos and a brand new cover. that's about it.

pretty special though.

Mark said...

Let's ride bikes first. Scott built a really decent ramp. He's out shopping with his mom, but it's okay if we use it.

asthma_boy said...

let's do awesome jumps. Scott's mom is so hot.