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  1. Woolf Woolf's reads, 2018

    Hi, it's nice to talk to you again, Athena. I wish you a good reading year too, and a good year for everything else.
  2. Woolf Woolf's reads, 2018

    Hey. Now that I've acquired a regular reading habit I thought I would return to start a new thread. 06/02/18 . Walking - Thoreau, Henry David 13/02/18 . Silence: In the Age of Noise - Kagge, Erling 09/03/18 . The Catcher in the Rye - Salinger, J.D. 04/05/18 . The Remains of the Day - Ishiguro, Kazuo Currently reading "Never Let Me Go", by Kazuo Ishiguro.
  3. What's the weather like?

    It's okay. Hope you enjoyed the road trip. The weather here is mild, with some rain spells, as usual in winter.
  4. Tattoos!

    It would also hinder you from working in a bookshop, because you would scan one product and the customer would have to pay for your favourite book too.
  5. The Last Film You Saw - 2017

    I watched Song to Song in the cinema, so I was able to follow the mood. I think I prefer the cinema to watch this type of slow, arthouse films, because I can't watch these movies at home in one sitting and there are other distractions. It's a good film; I didn't particularly enjoy it, but I felt satisfied in the end.
  6. Star Trek & Stargate (& other Sci-Fi)

    As I read Phillip K. Dick's book, I can't help but notice some images here resemble parts of its story that weren't in the first movie.
  7. Star Trek & Stargate (& other Sci-Fi)

    There's a full trailer for the new Blade Runner movie:
  8. What are you listening to?

    Late night for a bossa nova classic.
  9. Upgrade to New Version - Any Questions?

    Hi, I just want to say that I really like this new look, it's so clean and pleasant.
  10. What's Up in April 2017?

    You must have books in every wall, or a very big wall somewhere. I have some books as well, though not nearly as many.
  11. The Last Film You Saw - 2017

    At first I struggled with the film, because it was more focused on superficial questions by common people about philosophy, feminism and art in a way that I felt annoying. However, I kept watching and started to enjoy it once I knew the characters. I agree that Annette Bening had a good performance, I think her character was a bit complex; I also liked Greta Gerwig's performance.
  12. Hi everyone

    Welcome to the forum, Kafka.
  13. More football

    I'm still overwhelmed about last night's Barcelona win, it was outstanding. Those players showed immense character and never gave up when everyone would understand it. Has anyone else watched the match?
  14. What's Up in March 2017?

    This afternoon I had some time in the afternoon, and with no one to hang with I bought a book, which was Go Set a Watchman, by Harper Lee; I'm enjoying it, perhaps I'll read some more tonight. I also bought an ice cream, I think a little cheat doesn't hurt.
  15. The Gaming Box

    I played it for a bit in a store this afternoon and, although I didn't know the controls or the mechanics, I enjoyed it. I picked up from this snowy and wuthering area and escaped to greener fields, where there were some cabins. I couldn't interact with them, but I peeked through a door. Then I climbed a nearby waterfall and didn't feel like coming back down.